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(Click On Picture To Enlarge) American Western frock coat, waist coat and shirt, circa 1880, by Buckaroo Bobbins. Could be used for steampunk or other Victorian adventures. This is a close match for the coat worn by Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor from "Doctor Who," if made in View A with bias tape edging.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's and boy's vests, double- and single-breasted, with different collar options, plus neckties and string ties.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Various formal men's accessories including thin strap-back vest, clip on and untied bow ties, neckties, cummerbund and pocket square.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Long robe or Priest's cassock with or without belt. High straight collar. Very Neo in The Matrix Reloaded or traditional priest, monk, or magic-user.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's Renaissance separates suitable for a range of classes from peasant to low nobility depending on the style, fabric and trim used. Includes knee breeches, shirts in two styles, jerkin, doublet, and flat hat.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's Pirate / Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp version) costumes; includes hat. Would make a nice classic Captain Hook, or even Captain Morgan. By Roman Exile.
(Click on a picture to see it full size.) Napoleonic military uniform coat with two collar variations, waistcoat, and knee breeches. Includes pattern for Napoleonic hat.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Husky Boy's and Big and Tall Men's Vests, Necktie, Bowtie (pre-tied) by In K Designs.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's formal suit or tuxedo with shawl or notched collar. Great for James Bond, or Jon Pertwee's Third Doctor, if the jacket is made in velvet. Pattern is rated "advanced."
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's robe in two lengths, nightshirt/shirt, pants , shorts, and belt, in an easy-rated pattern. The robe would be an excellent foundation for building wizard robes.
(Click Picture To Enlarge) Men's Fantasy Costumes by Andrea Schewe, inspired by The Hobbit movies (Thorin Oakenshield, Kili, Balin).
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) 15th-16th century German mercenary uniform includes a doublet with slashed sleeves, breeches with slashed knees, and a flat cap.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Classic Robin Hood-style High Middle Ages men's ensemble. Suitable for Sherwood Forest or the Great Ship Revenge with the Dread Pirate Roberts.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Gentleman's frock coat, waistcoat, pants, and tie. This could lend itself nicely for steampunk style. It also strongly resembles Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor's frock coat (unfortunately his waistcoat usually was collarless, though not always). It could possibly be modified to resemble William Hartnell's First Doctor's coat, if you round the
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and mens superhero costumes, includes, shirts and pants with padding for muscles, cape with harness, cowl, masks, and appliques. Model after your favorite hero or make up your own!
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and Men's Musketeer/Prince/King costumes, including three doublets, tabard, cape and belt. View A (the red one) looks like it could be adapted for Prince Humperdink.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child and Men's Knight/Man-At-Arms/Samurai costumes include loose tunics with contrasting sleeves, lined helmets, hood "coif", and spaulders.
(Click on a picture to see it full-size.) Men's Civil War costumes in single or double-breasted uniform tunic configuration. Appropriate stylings for Federal or Confederate troops. Includes frock coats in two lengths, double- and single-breasted. Trousers have button fly closures.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's Victorian formalwear inspired by Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde and Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka. Includes frockcoats, waistcoats, dickies, cape and hat. By Andrea Schewe. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Edwardian ("Sherlock Holmes") Men's caped coat and deerstalker hat, popularized by The Hound of the Baskervilles. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)