His brown suit, knee breeches, and silk stockings, were set off by brightly polished steel buttons and diamond buckles.
His trousers were knee breeches, buckled just below the knee, and he was very bow-legged; his calves were big and knotted.
knee breeches are more usual, but even those are seen in none but very lavish houses.
He was clad in a huge waistcoat, long coat, knee breeches and hoseblue hoseupon his comely legs!
He wore horn spectacles; and knee breeches, waistcoat and coat of black like the ink which fades to brown in a drying ink-horn.
He wore the old style of dress always, knee breeches and buckles: but I have mentioned this before.
And he would have been more conspicuous with a cocked hat on his bare red scalp, and knee breeches instead of buckskins.
It's drillin'—drillin' with 'em all the time, an' red-tape an' knee breeches, an' when they ain't drillin' they're dancin'.
It was at Oxford I first dressed in knee breeches and silk stockings.
Pretty girls walked there in the twilight with long-haired lovers in knee breeches and round hats.