Petticoat breeches: Calzones enaguas empleados a finales del siglo XVII, bajo los cuales están los calzones atados por encima de las rodillas, adornados con cintas hasta las aberturas del bolsillo. Van hasta la mitad del largo de los calzones, alrededor de la cinturilla y de la camisa, colgando por fuera.
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Gentleman. Wearing a falling band with tassels and ribbon bows at his waist. French 1660's
694. Note the periwig, parted in the middle and towered at the sides. Cravat worn as steinkerk/steenkerk. The hat brim is turned up more now, developing into the early tricorne hat. Plain broad silk band worn as bandelier over the waistcoat and underneath the coat. Tasselled ribbon on the cane and on the smallsword. French
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In the 17th century men were wearing petticoat breeches as you can see in this picture he is wearing them.
Queen Charlotte Amalie of Denmark is dressed like a Queen in gold brocade and/or cloth of gold in this 1667 Salomon Duarte portrait. She has pulled her over-skirt aside draping it in the style that would dominate a decade later, the mantua
The Family of Sir Richard Saltonstall. David des Granges, c. 1660. Note the man's doublet with split sleeves, and the heels of his shoes. The children are dressed identical to the adults. English
Officer and Musketeer of the French Guard Musketeers, French Baroque Costume, 1680
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