Made with this Finnish dress in mind, which is very close to the Royal Navy Midshipman 1748-1758 pattern
I am a seamstress, but this was my first full historical men's suit, so I cannot be 100% sure if everything is exactly correct. Though, there weren't strict norms that time and age, as tailors were trained as apprentices under a master, so I suppose they were less uniform, depending on the tailor. I did make the triangular pocket openings, even though I thought about cheating and making them modern.. They were less tricky than I thought..
Fall front breeches, They're my favorite, reminds me of Hornblower movies :D
Sorry I haven't ironed waiscoat after washing... It is cotton/polyester mix jaqcuard fabric, with cotton lining. Buttons are plastic, covered by hand in cotton and embroidered with cotton thread.
I've listed the other garments I can part up with here: http://rum-inspector.deviantart.com/jour