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1. The gents need a visual on how to tie their Neckcloths

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2. There were “speckled Neckcloths, lawn and silesia Neckcloths” made of various imported fabrics and also some made of domestic linen….John C

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3. However, both agree that the Neckcloths were white and Höglund states that the hats had white lace

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4. By the 1830’s silk was used for Neckcloths, as it still is used for today

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5. 1710–1800: stocks, solitaires, Neckcloths, cravats In 1715, another kind of neckwear, called " stocks " made its appearance

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6. A VERY stout, puffy man, in buckskins and Hessian boots, with several immense Neckcloths that rose almost to his nose, with a red striped waistcoat and an apple green coat with steel buttons almost as large as crown pieces (it was the morning costume of a dandy or blood of those days) was reading the paper by the fire when the two girls entered

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7. The Somewhat Mysterious Evolution of Men’s Neckcloths

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8. High Neckcloths were abandoned for collars and ties more or less the same as those worn in the 20th and 21st centuries

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9. 21st Century and Contemporary Neckcloths

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10. What does Neckcloths mean? Plural form of neckcloth

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11. Neckcloths, Cravats, Stocks, Solitaires, Jabots & Macaronis

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12. Thanks to the influence of Beau Brammel, the arbiter of fashion in Regency England, finely-arranged Neckcloths became a must for any fashionable gentlemen

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13. ‘‘Gentlemen in dark blue coats with brass buttons and high Neckcloths discussed ‘Horseflesh’ over a glass of wine,’ she writes.’ ‘He strung his neckcloth around his …

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14. Synonyms for Neckcloths in Free Thesaurus

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15. What are synonyms for Neckcloths?

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16. Neckcloth (plural Neckcloths) An ornamental cravat, usually white1719, Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe, London: W

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17. As I promised, today is a followup to my blog last month on The Somewhat Mysterious Evolution of Men’s Neckcloths.Click over to read a very brief history of men’s neckwear over time, particularly the eras immediately leading to the Regency cravat we all …

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18. Shop for unique, rare haute couture, contemporary and vintage Neckcloths from the best fashion boutiques and vintage shops in USA.

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19. In the 18th century bandannas became popular in England as Neckcloths and handkerchiefs

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20. In the United States they were worn as Neckcloths by cowboys in the West

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21. Knotted Neckcloths have been standard attire for professional men for 350 years

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22. Hand-knitted Handmade caps and Neckcloths made of organic wool with a mixture of silk with a Gots certificate

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23. What may appear to be bow ties in illustrations of Regency-era evening wear were actually large Neckcloths elaborately wrapped around a tall shirt collar and finished in a small bow

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24. By the 1860s, the fashion for high collars had subsided and with it the Neckcloths, leaving behind narrow flat bows which were the original bow ties.

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25. Some Neckcloths, such as this one, were large squares of printed cotton

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26. The decoration was usually concentrated around the edges of the square although some Neckcloths had discreet all-over designs

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27. If Neckcloths, T-shirts, cutlasses and rasps can be pressed into service in the kitchen, kitchen products, too, can be called upon for non-culinary purposes.

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28. Nov 12, 2016 - Shop vintage and designer Neckcloths from the world's best fashion stores

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29. Hand-knitted Handmade caps and Neckcloths made of organic wool with a …

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30. Neckcloths & 5 plaine neckhandkcrcheifes 5

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31. They packed up ae sark, Sunday weascwoat, twee Neckcloths, Wot bannock, cauld dumplin', and top stannin' pye;" Again the voices were lost in the turning of the road, and presently, as they shot out once more, they might be heard singing in full chorus—

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NECKCLOTHS [ˈnekˌklôTH]

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    What does neckcloth mean?

    Definition of neckcloth. 1a : a large folded ornamental cloth formerly worn loosely about the neck by men.

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    Décollete / dɪˈkɒlətɑːʒ / (or décolleté, its adjectival form, in current French) is a term used in woman's fashion referring to the upper part of a woman's torso, comprising her neck, shoulders, back and upper chest, that is exposed by the neckline of her clothing.

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