The most frequent types of waistcoats are the similar types of waistcoats called „Leibl”, and the little „leibl” waistcoat, that is different from the sleeveless vest with buttons on the stem, because it has buttonholes and bowes superpositioned together in the front. But whatever shapevariations appeared, it became a rustic wearing with character in the XVIIIth century and showed the measure of the embourgeoisement.
Helvien’s Lajos/Lewis waistcoat can be mostly described by its simplicity. It is made of housebaize and shows the practical lifestyle of the old village people. The light brown color is less prestigious, as the black festive one, it is more friendly and relays warmth.