Every era has its signature fashion do's and don'ts. For real gentlemen of style in the '20s, spats (also known as spatter guards or spatterdashes) were the must-have accessory for a true dapper man of class. Originally designed to keep mud and moisture off shoes and socks, these ornate coverings quickly rose to the height of popularity, making them a must have addition to any costume hailing from this period of time. Spats weren't only worn by stylish men from the early 20th Century, they were also common garments in military ceremonial dress for soldiers from all around the globe. A pair of spats is an excellent finishing touch for disguises such as: gangster ensembles, french soldier costumes, dapper gentleman, or many 1920s themed get-ups.
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