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Pattern #119
Men's Mid Victorian to Edwardian
Period Trousers 1850-1910
Knickerbocker Option Included
Work, Casual & Formal Wear
Waist Sizes 28-60

Please note, that unlike other patterns, LMM 119 includes separate versions for fitting Slim, Mature or Portly figures, so less individual fitting may be required.
MEN'S MID VICTORIAN TO EDWARDIAN TROUSERS 1850-1910 Civilian trousers, appropriate for work, casual, or formal wear. The front has vertical side pockets, a button fly, and suspender buttons. The back can have two welt pockets or none, a back strap cinch belt, and a split back waistband with suspender buttons. The hems at the bottom of the legs are shorter at the center
front than the center back and have a very slight flare.


#119 Download - Men's Victorian and Edwardian Trousers 1850-1910