The tall, black, highly polished boots, black flared breeches, and black jackets with black leather belts provided an overwhelming aura of authority, power, and fear. Probably, jodhpurs were first worn by men, but my research shows that they rapidly became a popular part of women's general attire. As the 18th century drew to a close, breeches and stockings rapidly went out of fashion. Various shirts and coats were available, and the powdered wig was essential. The flared breeches looked good when off the horse also. The cane whistles through the air and beats into his ass. The prisoner is ordered to leave the cage.
In popular culture, jodhpur-style breeches worn with tall boots became particularly associated with military staff officers, who wore uniforms based on riding apparel, often derived from the aristocratic cavalry tradition from which many nations historically drew their corps of top commanders. Hello from Jods Jodhpurs were adapted from traditional clothing of the Indian subcontinent  as long trousers, reaching to the ankle, snug from the calf to the ankle, with reinforced fabric protecting the inner calf and knee from rubbing. For the candidate it will turn out into a merciless whipping.
Or may be not. With cruel precision she starts the beating. Starring Domina Liza What sounds like a big pleasure will turn into a nightmare in this clip. Like Hunt Seat jodhpurs, they are close-fitting from waist to ankle.
These patches were sometimes made from soft leather. Jessica is known as an expert for corporal punishment and as a heartless punisher with the cane. An anecdote from this time speaks of a man who said to his tailor, "If I can get into 'em, I don't want 'em! Corsets, uplifted busts, bustles which emphasized the derriere , high necklines, low necklines-these all came and went. From the practical standpoint, these flared breeches were very successful. It was not only in the military that boots and breeches were found. Those must have been glorious days!