EV68 - 1700s to 1800s Waistcoat and Vest Pattern. Includes sizes 36 through 50. The 18th century Waistcoat was styled with a high neck and many buttons down the front and was widely worn by both civilians, para-military outfits and the established military. Made of fine wool broadcloth or linen and lined with fine linen or cotton, the waistcoat comes nine to ten inches below the waist.
This pattern also has a later (18th-19th century) styled waist length Vest with a V-neck and small collar variation. Made out of broadcloth or fine cotton it is reminiscent of the Mississippi River-boat Gambler; if constructed from rougher materials, it is the style commonly worn for everyday wear. Many men wore Vests when they entered the fur trade and continued to wear them during their sojourn in the hills. Excellent for SASS, Wild West, Cowboy, Cattle Drive, Rodeo vests. Excellent for Johnny Depps vest as the Mad Hatter in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, 2010. Johnny Depp, Tim Burton, Alice In Wonderland, Mad Hatter, Mad Hatter vest, Mad Hatter Vest. Great for SASS or Pow Wow Events
Great for Civil War Living History, Antebellum living history. SASS Living history events. SASS Costumes. Great for Cowboys and Aliens Costume, Steampunk Costume, Victorian Steampunk Costume, Wild West Steampunk Costume, Jake Lonergan, Daniel Craig, Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde, Harrison Ford, Ella, Emmett Taggart, Percy Dolarhyde, Black Knife, Doc, Nat Colorado, Sheriff Taggart and Meacham. Cowboys & Aliens Costume. Cowboys vs Aliens, Cowboys & Aliens. Makes great costumes for such western stars and films as James Arness, Gene Autry, Amanda Blake, Miss Kitty, Peter Breck, the Big Valley, Harry Carey, Chuck Connors , Lucas McCain, the Rifleman, Gary Cooper, High Noon, Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, Glenn Ford, James Garner, Maverick, The Lone Ranger, Tom Mix, Audie Murphy, Dorothy Page, Slim Pickens, The Cisco Kid, Tex Ritter, Randolph Scott, John Wayne, the Virginian, Clint Eastwood, Outlaw Josey Wales, Dances with Wolves, Unforgiven, Jonah Hex, True Grit, Maverick, Wyatt Earp, Desperado, Purgatory, Appaloosa, Dead Wood, 3:10 to Yuma, and Open Range.