What Did Poor Victorian Men Wear?

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Poor Victorian men wore long coats, sometimes reaching down to their knees. Underneath would typically be a vest with either a large knot on a tie, or a bow tie underneath it. The pants would generally be the balloon style pants with long socks. Much of what you would see old baseball players wear except not as tight.
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