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I have always liked my suits. It portrays the front that you need to cover one's criminal endeavors.

I have always liked my suits. It portrays the front that you need to cover one's criminal endeavors.

Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, King of Prussia - out of uniform, exiled in the Netherlands.

Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, King of Prussia - out of uniform, exiled in the Netherlands.

Portrait of young man by Wakefield, Ealing, early 1900s cabinet card by whatsthatpicture, via Flickr

Portrait of young man by Wakefield, Ealing, early 1900s cabinet card by whatsthatpicture, via Flickr

1905: Leslie Paber (born 1879) in the play, 'What Pamela Wanted'

1905: Leslie Paber (born 1879) in the play, 'What Pamela Wanted'

A gentleman's navy wool tailcoat, 1850s. with M-notched lapels, double row of black silk covered buttons, curved back seams, narrow curved cuffs with small button closures to match, heavily padded hips and lower back areas, pocket to inside chest and also concealed within the brown chintz lined tails, chest approx 81cm, 32in.

A gentleman's navy wool tailcoat, 1850s. with M-notched lapels, double row of black silk covered buttons, curved back seams, narrow curved cuffs with small button closures to match, heavily padded hips and lower back areas, pocket to inside chest and also concealed within the brown chintz lined tails, chest approx 81cm, 32in.

1815: The Empire Period marked a change in men's clothing from decorated to relatively plain. The style changed a focus on fitted tailoring like this double-breasted tailcoat.

1815: The Empire Period marked a change in men's clothing from decorated to relatively plain. The style changed a focus on fitted tailoring like this double-breasted tailcoat.

Fine and Dandy: August 1892. "The latest style." Fashion-forward dry plate glass negative by William Henry Jackson. (UPDATE: This is a self-portrait.) Click to view full size.

Fine and Dandy: August 1892. "The latest style." Fashion-forward dry plate glass negative by William Henry Jackson. (UPDATE: This is a self-portrait.) Click to view full size.

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