Men trousers were shorter with cuffs and were creased in front and back. They were tailored unlike the pants of the Victorian era or most modern day clothing.
Shirt collars in the 1900's fashion were tall and stiff. For formal wear, collars were turned over and resembled wings.
Neckties were worn with dress shirts or
a narrow tie was worn for everyday. Ascot ties were worn for formal day dress. White bow ties were worn for evening dress
Men wore two-toned spectators shoes. Laced up leather boots were popular footwear for both men & women
Men wore their hair short and had their moustaches curled. Accessories completed
a man's attire. The upper class wore top hats Other hat styles in 1900's fashion
Bowler hats were felt hats with a rounded crown. It was also called a derby.
Straw boater hats had flat crowns and brims. A ribbon was often tied around the crown. It was worn in the summer
Homburg hats were made from wool or fur felt with a
single dent running down the crown of the hat and sometimes had a feather attached to the hatband