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Every seasons our shopping staff combs the world to find new and inventive items for you. Our range of boys' and girls' clothes, carefully selected for high class material, detail and styling, will satisfy all flavours and lifestyles. We have gathered all the important parts of boys' clothes to satisfy even the most exacting needs.
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Remarks of teacher
Boy in the early 1900s were wearing tight coats. A boy was wearing a vest under his coat to keep himself warmer. Young men used to wear a petticoat or dress like their sister until they were about three or four years old. Little boy were wearing knee-length, slabbery briefs and long wool stockings. Elderly youths were wearing pants.
It was a trend to dress very young lads from wealthy households in marine clothing. Broad collar, known as "Eton collar", were in vogue for youngsters. Wearing rigid, removable collar that folds down over the top s of their jacket or vest was also popular among top and mid range youngsters.
Known as "Eton collars" because they emulated the boy's wardrobe at Eton College. Usually, working-class boys would wear neckless collar tops with V-necks and wool sweaters. Unions were mostly weared at school, where wealthier households sent their orphans. Boy from a poor family went to "boarding school" without having to wear an uni.
Outside, workers' boy friends were wearing low lace beanies. Young from wealthier backgrounds may be wearing their shoulder cap or, in hot climates, round huts of thatch, known as "boatmen". Young people had their bristles shortened, especially at the back of their necks and around their eyes.