Birdseye Weave Vintage 1940s Style Suit

Size: Chest 50"

SKU: PP070brd

£199.99
  • Birdseye Weave Vintage 1940s Style Suit

    Black-Blue Birdseye Weave Vintage 1940s Style Double Breasted Suit

    An original vintage from the nineties that remains unworn to date. 

    The authentic forties look jacket is double-breasted with wide peak lapels and no back vents.

    Six buttons showing with an additional four at each wrist.

    Complete with a pair of matching trousers that have double pleated fronts and turned up cuff hems.

    Two slanted side pockets plus two at the back with button and buttonhole closures.

    Stripe satin lining.  Nicholas Rowe brand.

    55% polyester 45% wool.

    Measurements

    Chest 50 inch / 127 cm
    Jacket Length 32 inch / 81.28 cm
    Shoulders 21 inch / 53.34 cm
    Sleeve 27 inch / 68.6 cm
    Waist 45 inch / 114.3 cm
    Inside Leg 30 inch / 76.20 cm

  • Delivery & Returns

    FREE Click and Collect from our Huddersfield, UK Location.

    We have Express and Standard Delivery Services from FREE to £9.99

    WORLDWIDE SHIPPING AVAILABLE.

    Returns Accepted from Customers within 14 Working Days of you Receiving your Order. See Returns page for Full Details.

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    United Kingdom

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    European Union Countries
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    For purchases over €150, you may be charged duty & tax. This will be charged by your local customs office.

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    *This information is only a guide please check with your local customs laws before ordering. Revival Vintage has no control over the tax/duty charged. It is the responsibility of the buyer to pay such charges.

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