From spats to hat, from walking coat to gloves, everything was perfect of its kind.
Who ever heard of a goulash poet in a braid-bound cutaway and spats?
Squaring his shoulders, he crossed his legs and gazed inscrutably at his spats.
But they did frequently have spats, for both were hot-tempered and willful.
He had a light top-coat on his arm, and his tan gloves were an exact match for his spats.
I have known a peer object to spats because they did not look nice in a picture.
He was, as usual, faultlessly attired, even down to his spats.
A place where the starving feel the pangs of gluttony, and the threadbare wear opera-hats and spats.
He might wear overwhelmingly correct afternoon attire, with spats and a monocle on a wide ribbon.
Patent leather boots, spats, and a cane of huge proportions completed a turn-out which was distinctly startling.