By the mid-nineteenth Century, men's Frock Coats were full skirted at the knee and more loosely tailored with broad lapels. These remained popular throughout the American Civil War to century's end. The Prince Albert Frock Coat could be found in a double or single breasted style with plain or contrast velvet collars with a shawl or notch lapel. Fabrics and accents included wool, satin, silk, brocade and velvet.
Most frocks featured an interior pocket for a gentleman's accoutrements, and some frocks had outside hip pockets, while others had none. Some frocks even had interior pockets for maps or documents in the long tails!
Our selection of Frock Coats feature knee- and ankle- length in a variety of textures and styles. Whether finishing off your Western suit or completing a Victorian look, our Frock Coats are the perfect complement to your attire. They also look great as a modern statement-piece jacket over a pair of jeans.
We are delighted to offer a full line of vintage frock coats, and invite you to visit our outfits page to see them in complete ensembles. Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
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