Kot frock

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Majlis perkahwinan dengan pengantin lelaki memakai kot frock dubel bres hitam formal berlapel sutera, weskot kelabu muda, seluar formal lembut berjalur, kasut but berbutang, sarung tangan terang dan simpul kravat-Ascot berserta pin kravat (April 1904).

Kot frock ialah baju kot lelaki formal yang bercirikan skirt paras lutut, popular pada zaman Victoria dan zaman Edward (1830an–1910an). Ia adalah kot ketat berlengan panjang samada berbres tunggal atau dubel yang berbelah bahagian tengah belakang dan beberapa ciri lain dalam pakaian pasca Victoria. Ia termasuklah kolar dan lapel terbalik, dimana bahagian tepi lapel dipotong dari kain berasingan daripada badan utama kot dan sendat hingga ke garis pinggang, kemudian mengembang dari garis pinggang ke paha atau lutut, biasanya berkocek tutup dan berbutang pada garis pinggang. Seperti biasa dengan semua kot pada abad ke-19, pelapik bahu jarang dibuat atau minimal.

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Nama kot frock muncul daripada baju frock sebelumnya.

Istilah terdahulu juga menggunakan redingote (atau redingotte, redingot),[1] berasal dari pemindaan bahasa Perancis ke bahasa Inggeris "riding coat" ("kot penunggang), satu contoh ayat pinjaman.

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  1. ^ Oxford English Dictionary, Third Edition, September 2009

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