Lounge suit


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In the tradition of the eighteenth-century banyan, nineteenth-century lounging robes and gowns alluded to their exotic sources. Paisley and Turkish motives were common and extended frequently to the decor of the smoking rooms to which men took their post-prandial retirement.

Lounge suit, wool, silk, cotton, American

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