Spring and Summer Issue
Nineteen Hundred and Ten
MEN'S TOGS CATALOG
This guide was revised every season;
corrections from previous seasons are in italics
FORMAL EVENING DRESS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS AFTER 6 O'CLOCK:
WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, FORMAL DINNERS, THEATER AND DANCES
Overcoat: Inverness, Fly front or Paddock.
Waistcoat: White pique, linen, drill or silk single-breasted, moonstone or pearl buttons.
Trousers: Matching the coat, the out-seam braided if desired.
Shirt and Cuffs: White, plain or pique with attached cuffs.
Collar: Poke, lap front or wing.
Cravat: Broad white tie, of plain or figured linen or silk.
Gloves: White,or pearl glace with self backs, or white reindeer; white cape for theater.
Jewelry: Pearl, agate or moonstone studs and links, black silk fob.
Hat: High silk with broad felt band, opera for theater.
Boots: Calfskin or patent leather with buttoned tops of cloth or kid, patent leather pumps for dances.
INFORMAL EVENING DRESS
FOR ALL INFORMAL OCCASIONS-INFORMAL DINNERS, CLUB, STAG AND HOME DINNERS
Overcoat: Covert or fly front.
Evening Jacket: black tuxedo or oxford.
Waistcoat: Single-breasted same as coat, or delicate shade of silk or linen.
Trousers: Same as jacket, with plain outer seams.
Shirt and Cuffs: White plain or plaited, with attached cuffs, detached permissible.
Collar: Wing or fold.
Cravat: Broad end black or grey, or black and white silk.
Gloves: Grey suede, grey reindeer, chamois or tan.
Jewelry: Dull chased gold shirt studs and link cuff buttons.
Hat: Black Derby, Alpine or ,Sennit straw.
Boots: Calfskin or patent leather, button tops, or gun metal pumps.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS BEFORE 6 O'CLOCK:
DAY WEDDINGS, AFTERNOON CALLS, RECEPTIONS MATINEES
Coat: Cutaway for informal, full frock for formal occasions.
Waistcoat: White or pearl linen, duck or silk.
Trousers: Striped worsted or cheviot of dark grey.
Shirt and Cuffs: Plain white, attached cuffs.
Collar: Poke or round tabbed wing.
Cravat: White or pearl Ascot, four-in-hand or once over, to match gloves.
Gloves: Pearl glace or white kid to match cravat.
Jewelry: Gold links and studs pearl scarf pin.
Hat: Silk, with felt band.
Boots: Calfskin or patent leather. button; cloth or kid tops.
MORNING AND BUSINESS DRESS
GENERAL WEAR IN BUSINESS HOURS
Overcoat: Covert, fly front or Paddock.
Coat: Sack or walking coat.
Waistcoat: Same as coat, or fancy.
Trousers: Same material with, sack coat. Fancy stripes with cutaway frock.
Shirt and Cuffs: Stiff bosom, or plaited, white or colored attached cuffs.
Collar: Wing, fold or turnover.
Cravat: Four-in-hand or tie.
Gloves: Grey reindeer, tan cape, silk or lisle.
Jewelry: Gold links studs, scarf pin.
Hat: Derby, soft or Sennit straw.
Boots: Laced calf skin or russet, high or low.
MOTORING, GOLF AND OUTING
Coat: Straight sack, reefer, or Norfolk jacket.
Trousers: "Knickers" or trousers of serge, tweed, duck or flannel. Breeches and leggings for motoring.
Shirt: Flannel silk, madras or percale with soft cuffs.
Collar: Fold, deep point, self attached or stock.
Neckwear: Neckerchief, four-in-hand or batwing.
Gloves: Chamois knit or silk soft cape gauntlets for motoring.
Hat: Panama or cap, French chauffeur cap with leather visor for motoring, Alpine, Golf or Yachting.
Footwear: Laced calf or russet, rubber soled with canvas Uppers, boot or Oxford.
Men's Togs Catalog, Moretz Whitener Clothing Company, Spring and Summer, 1910, Vol. XIII, No. IX, p.21.
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