Matthew Ware

One was a fair youth, in a very dandified waistcoat;
By this time, the Duke had taken in all the glories of his young cousin's attire, which included, besides that amazingly striped waistcoat, an Oriental tie of gigantic height, a starched frill, buckramwadded shoulders to an extravagantly cut coat, buttons the size of crown pieces, and a pair of Inexpressibles of a virulent shade of yellow.
(ch. v)