1940s Style Dark Navy Wool Demob Suit Short

Size: Chest 50"

SKU: PP220

  • 1940s Style Dark Navy Wool Demob Suit Short

    Get the iconic 40s post-war "demob" look with this unworn deadstock suit realised in dark navy blue.

    Double-breasted jacket with classic 40s look broad peak lapels and flap pockets.

    The jacket features six buttons to fasten on the front with four smaller ones at each wrist.

    The matching trousers have double pleated fronts and turn-up cuffs, as well as two slanted pockets and a single bound pocket.

    Deadstock suit which has never been worn and is in great condition.

    Tailored by Nicholas Rowe for Piero di Roma.

    Pure new wool. Silky maroon viscose lining.


    Chest: 50 inch / 127 cm
    Jacket Length: 31 inch / 79 cm
    Shoulders: 21 inch / 54 cm
    Sleeve: 26 inch / 66 cm
    Waist: 44 inch / 112 cm
    Inside Leg: 30 inch / 77 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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