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Men who had unskilled jobs such as shopkeepers, butchers, and fishermen wore clothes with a ruffled shirt and a pair of breeches.
Girls and boys didnt have elaborate clothing like upper class children they wore simple clothing such as aprons or dresses.
Upper class children usually had on their clothes for play unless they were attending a formal occasion.
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Rich men wore shirts and long trousers covered with dinner jackets that had tails, also the men wore top hats. Top hat Dinner jacket with tail Long.
The men usually wore petticoats over their breeches. You would not be able to see their breeches because of the length of their petticoat.
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