Double Breasted 1940s Charcoal Wool Demob Suit

Size: Chest 42"

SKU: PP6506

  • Double Breasted 1940s Charcoal Wool Demob Suit

    An original nineties deadstock suit, 100% pure wool tailored by Nicholas Rowe for Piero de Roma.  

    High-quality charcoal-to-black marl suiting cloth with a very gentle blue pinstripe.

    A forties style double-breasted jacket with six-button cut in front and four buttons at each wrist.

    Wide peak lapels and two back vents, for an authentic 1940s look.

    The matching trousers have pleated fronts and turn-up cuffs.  Two side pockets and one bound pocket with button at the back.

    Perfect condition throughout as the suit has never been worn before.


    Chest: 42 inch / 106.5 cm
    Jacket Length: 32 inch / 81 cm
    Shoulders: 19 inch / 48 cm
    Sleeve: 26 inch / 66 cm
    Waist: 34 inch / 86 cm
    Inside Leg: 34 inch / 86 cm

  • Delivery & Returns

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    Returns Accepted from Customers within 28 Working Days of you Receiving your Order. See Returns page for Full Details.

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