Early 18th Century Sleeveless Waistcoat

Early 18th Century Sleeveless Waistcoat

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What was once considered a must for every early 18th century man or even the basic of Pirate Clothing, sleeveless waistcoats were apart of the Full dress suit business men wear nowadays.It was the elaborate piece of a men's dress sometimes being the most decorative piece.

This standout sleeve waistcoat or vest is made of a sturdy tan damask pattern and is one length from front to back. Fully functional front pockets to store goods as you roam the forts. The inside is lined in beige cotton and the front is adorned down with 12 flat matte gold buttons. 

This vest is a 48 and does not have adjustable ties  in the back. 

Fabric is unavailable in other sizes or styles.