The Edwardian era is experiencing a revival for both women and men. I expect to see more reproduction and Edwardian inspired clothing coming available soon, however, in the mean time, the choices are few and far between. Depending on what year you want to replicate, how authentic you need to be, and your budget some Victorian clothes may work well while later decades may benefit from the 1920s + vintage inspired styles.
This list is made up of shops online I look when I need Edwardian era 1900s and 1910s men’s clothing and accessories. This list includes mostly authentic clothing and Edwardian reproduction clothing in the USA and UK.
Many of these brands plus cheaper+modern fit non-brands are already featured on VintageDancer by clothing category and decade. Look at our findings:
Late Victorian/Early 1900s Edwardian
Gentlemen’s Emporium – Men’s Victorian and early Edwardian clothing. Suits, vests, shirts, hats, accessories. Mid level quality. You can find them on Amazon too.
River Junction is another similar source for “Wild West” Victorian styles with some that carry over into the Edwardian era. Trousers, coats, shirt collars, jewelry. The business is closing so buy what you can now.
Sutlers.co.uk – Late Victorian era suits, coats and custom orders.
Darcy Clothing (UK)- Specializes in shirts and collars up to the 1940s. They also carry some trousers, suits, workwear, underwear, pajamas, and fabrics by the yard. quality is top notch, authentic, and made to last.
Scully (Amazon )– Victorian to early Edwardian, wild west or workwear trousers, shirts
Shrine of Hollywood- For the gothic neo-Edwardian style
1900s-1910s Reproduction Clothing
Premier Clothing – Men’s Edwardian (1890s to 1920) detachable collars. Order one half size up for comfort.
Levi’s Vintage Clothing – Made from original Levi’s patterns from 1900-1970s. They occasionally have denim jeans and shirts from the 1900s-190s.
Somelikeitholy.com (UK) – Neo-Edwardian shirts (club collar), collarless shirts, trousers and vests mostly for the 1920s +
Fogey Unlimited (UK)- Vintage and reproduction brands of men’s underwear, shirt collars, sock garters, braces, bags and accessories
1910s Inspired Clothing
Crank Clothing (CA) – Handmade 30s-50s men’s shirts. The “shark collar” shirt is similar to a 1910s short sleeve sport shirt.
Bykowski Tailor and Garb – Bespoke men’s 1900s-1920s rustic clothing, hats, shoes, and leather goods with a modern fit. Made in the USA.
Repeal Club– Inspired 1920s to 1940s men’s tailored clothing with a modern fit. Trousers, suits, vests, and accessories. Some styles can work for the 1910s.
SJC, Simon James Cathcart – Reproduction 1930s clothing. Some tweed caps and suiting are classic enough for the 1910s.
J Peterman – New clothing mixed with vintage repro or inspired styles. Some Edwardian to 1910s is in the line most seasons.
Warehouse & Co. – Men’s vintage workwear made in Japan.
Mister Freedom – Limited editions, some made in the USA, men’s vintage workwear, casual modern clothing, and swimwear.
Standard and Strange – High quality, durable, workwear, jeans, casual, shoes, and accessories. Multiple brands.
Red Tornado (Ebay) – Vintage workwear jeans, jackets, shirts
Round House– Overalls made since 1903. Timeless styles.
Whranch Dungarees – Mens heritage denim jeans, westernwear, workwear pants and jackets 1900-1960s
DisignVillaArt (Etsy) Smoking jackets
L.L.Bean– They sometimes have reproductions made from their archives. Search for “signature” or “classic.”
Wolverine’s Thousand Mile Boot is a timeless boot
See even more vintage inspired brands on this master list.
Read this article for more brands in the workwear/casual style.
Custom Made Reproduction Clothing
Mr. Alan Jeffries – High-quality 19th century/Victorian/Edwardian men’s clothing. This is who we personally use for Victorian clothing. Handmade in the USA.
Magnoli Clothiers (NZ) – Custom made, suits, shirts, vests, coats, and all sorts of accessories. They will make whatever you need, even from a photograph. Many 1930s and 1960s suits. Highly recommended by the men at the FedoraLounge.com (and they know their clothes).
Matchete n Sons on Etsy or Denver Bespoke – Custom USA made clothing- suits, jackets, shirts, vests, pants and much more. They send you a muslin mock-up for you to try on before completing your order.
Shoes, Hats and Accessories
Monsivaisco – Handmade 1920s hats and wide ties from vintage fabrics. Very nice quality craftsmanship.
Converse – Just like Keds, Converse All Stars sporty high tops and low tops are vintage classics!
Johnson and Murphy – Since 1850, they have made classic men’s shoes. Oxfords, wingtips, saddles, patent formals, lace-up boots, sandals, and more. Wide widths, too.
G.H. Bass – Since 1876, they have made classic men’s shoes. They usually have a great two-tone saddle shoe and loafer in their regular line.
Wolverine 1000 Mile– All leather work boots since 1914
Walk-Over Vintage Collection – A small collection of men’s boots, shoes, and sandals from the 1900s to 1960s.
Penmanhats – Handcrafted men’s felt hats in any style you want.
Well Dressed Head– Make turn of the century to 1930s style men’s casual and workwear caps. Very well made and authentic patterns.
Men’s Edwardian Era Sewing Patterns
Evadress – Quality vintage reproduction patterns
ReconstructingHistory.com – Men’s Victorian to 1940s clothing patterns.
Laughing Moon Mercantile – Men’s Regency to Victorian pants and coats
Black Snail Patterns– Men’s Victorian to 1910s suit, breeches, vest, smocking jacket
Shop more vintage men’s sewing patterns here.
Edwardian Fashion History
- 1910s Men’s Fashion – A historical overview of Edwardian men’s fashion
- 1900s Men’s Suits, Frock, Cutaway History
- Edwardian Men’s Shirts, 1900s- 1910s Styles
- Edwardian Necktie and Bow Tie Styles History 1900s-1910s
- 1900s Men’s Hat Styles
- 1910s Men’s Hat Styles and History
- 1900s-1910s Men’s Shoe and Boot History
- 1900 & 1910s Edwardian Men’s Fabric Swatches from Sample Books
- 1910s Men’s Workwear – How the working classes dressed
- Edwardian Men’s Formal Wear – How to dress for a formal evening or wedding event
- 1910s Men’s Casual Clothing – Lower class and sporty weekend outfits
- 1918 – Fashion during WW1 for women and men
- 1900s Edwardian Men’s Clothing, Costumes and Workwear Ideas
- Downton Abbey Men’s Clothing Guide – 1915-1925 Day and formal clothes
- Men’s Edwardian Motoring Clothes– what men wore to drive and repair cars.
- Men’s Sailing/ Boating Outfits for Summer
- Men’s Vintage Gym Clothes
- 1900-1910s Watches – Men’s Watch history
- 19100-1910s Socks – Men’s Socks history
- 1910s-1960s Gloves – Men’s Gloves history
- Men’s ties and bowties – The evolution from 1910s to 1970s in men’s neckwear
- 1900-1910s Jewelry – cufflinks, collar pins, tie sticks, rings, etc.
The list is growing as we find new shops. Please let us know of any we should include. Contact us if you need help with your outfit.