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Recommendation: a Place for Victorian Men's Stuff

I don't usually make plugs for specific businesses, but today I make an exception.

I just attended the Costume College, and there I found a frock coat of proper cut, a tail coat of proper cut, a pull over shirt with a soft standing collar (perfect for the 1850s & 60s) a summer weight vest and my wife found some very nice lace up boots.

They are not cheap, but most of their stuff is pretty darn good. They do have some Wannemaker stuff, most of which is not correct for one reason or another, but they did have things, like the frock and tail coats, which I have just not seen before.

They are Sacramento City Dry Goods. They are located in Old Sacramento at 900 B 2nd St. and their website is

Tell them Walter sent you.