Styles and Etiquette Of Men
By: Tamisia Lynch B. Thornell, English II Honors, 3/20/15
In greeting others, especially ladies, men bow down or tip off their hats to show honor to others. It was enforced that men respect women of all kind. This was a major etiquette of men also. Men must comfort women and make them feel important. Men must never show violence towards women of any kind. If so, consequences were given.
Styles of Victorian England Men
Even though most of the people in Victorian England was poor, fashion was still a big trend. Men mostly wore suits. Most of the time, the coats were long and underneath it would be a vest. In the 1900's bows was a big thing. Men either wore bow ties or a regular tie with a knot. Also the balloon style pants were very popular, often worn with long socks.
The accessories that were popular in the 1900's are the bucket hats, pocket watches, and even canes that sometime weren't even needed.
Facial hair was also a big thing in Victorian England. Men kept themselves looking sharp. It didn't matter how much facial hair they had as long as they kept it trimmed. Men thought mustaches drew women attention.
Men in Victorian England kept up with fashion and their attitudes matched with their appearance. Men had a very eloquent dress code and also a very pleasant attitude.
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