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It looks like a sack coat, with a 3/2 roll, which is quite popular for the trad/ivy/preppy crowd. Its harris tweed, which is perhaps the most...
I have to say, if that's reproduction, it's an impressive job. What with the dropped shoulder seam and angled chest pocket.
That's a nice 3/2 roll. Be best with a button-down shirt, IMO. still, very nice.
What an interesting thread! I'll make sure to keep watch on this one. Also, some friendly tips:
1: If you can afford it, go bespoke. Find a...
From the cut, I'd say late 50s-early-60s. No chance it was from the era the shop owner said it was from- The buttoning point was higher back then,...
Come to think of it, you're right. It's just rounded and then pulled in. Am I correct in saying drape is when the fabric of the chest folds and...
The semi-boating blazer! Originally a 1930s pinstriped suit separate, I've repurposed it for more casual purposes. If only I had...
Proper midcentury trad/ivy/preppy navy blazer. Three-roll-2-if-I-want, patch pockets, silver buttons, single back vent, shapeless...
DB 4x1, peak lapels, hopsack fabric, single vent, jetted pockets. A tad on the shapeless side, but oh well.
First navy blazer, and possibly my favourite. Wool-cashmere blend, SB, notch lapels, gold buttons, flapped pockets, single vent....
I'll probably wear this one a lot once I get round to alterations. :(
2-button SB, merino wool, grey plaid (the plaid is black...
Anthony Squires 3 button roll 2 chocolate brown striped sports coat, single breasted, single vent, flap pockets.
Nice heavy tweed, very roughly woven. Patch pockets, SB, notch lapels, single vent.
Cream wool. Ultra-wide peaked lapels, unusual patch pockets, single breasted, single vent and decorative stitching.
Thought I might as well post them all. 1 jacket per reply, so as to make thread turnover easier. Agh, I don't know the technical term, but I hope...
Glorious! I especially love the waistcoat with the tailcoat.
Sounds like a tailcoat and evening trousers! Black Tie Guide has a great deal of information on the topic of tailcoats and white tie, and there's...
If they're good enough, any tailor should be able to, as long as you supply images of the style, etc.
Although I live in a different climate, In the summer I frequently use my 60s linen suit. I also have a few light-weight conservative suits, a...
Not only that, but they're frightfully trendy, and the details on the evening wear are utterly incorrect.