Winter fashions for men: 1899-1900 from a print published in August of 1899. These are things you’d see on a day-to-day basis, as well as more formal attire for guys attending the opera or a theater production. Official caption: Print showing men posed wearing fall and winter business and theater fashions with overcoats and hats, against a backdrop of an interior view of the recently-opened Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building.
Tailor's Illustration of Six Men's Suits: Color lithograph illustration shows: a long roll frock (not to button); a three button sack; a tuxedo dress suit (no buttons, no outside pockets); a clerical suit; a full dress suit; and a Chesterfield. Circa 1890s-early 1900s.