The double-breasted jacket

The double-breasted jacket

Originally worn by American and European navy, the double-breasted jacket is nowadays a must-have in a man wardrobe. Probably it derives from the shirts used by Hussars, cavalry of late medieval Hungarians. Double-breasted suit jackets were popular after the American Great Depression, from the mid-1930s until the late 1950s, and again from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s.

Anyway, the navy jackets are very elegant and never out of fashion, with wide, overlapping front flaps, two parallel columns of buttons and a sort of triangular cut that enhance manliness.

Let’s see David Saddler proposal of double-breasted jacket in a refined man suit:

SUIT NAPOLI BLUE: The blue suit Napoli boasts a double-breasted jacket with 6 buttons, the classic under-collar and the reveres of 8 cm for the most refined elegance. The double-breasted cut is combined with exemplary qualities, such as the pure Tasmania wool, the shades of midnight blue and the solid coloured inside lining, for a sober and original style.

David Saddler double-breasted jacket is the ideal item for those who want to show a respectable and reliable image of themselves with a style that is a testimony of the finest tailoring techniques signed Made in Italy.

Posted on 03/11/2016 by double-breasted jacket, man suit, shirt Home, News


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