Cravat, with spots or squares, is received as half-dress; hut the plain white alone is allowed at balls, or soirees. The black Stock, or Cravat, is only suited to military men, not on service, who are dressed in plain clothes. As to coloured Cravats,... The art of tying the cravat - Pagina 29di H. Le Blanc - 1828Visualizzazione completa
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Herbert Norris, Oswald Curtis - 1933 - 264 pagine
...handkerchiefs were swathed round the neck. Coloured cravats were made of very costly materials, but these can be admitted only as undress costume. The white...cravat, with spots or squares is received as half-dress, but the plain white is allowed at balls or soirees. The black stock, or cravat, is only suited to military...