Grey 1940s Look Unworn Double Breasted Demob Suit

Size: Chest 44"

SKU: PP073

  • Grey 1940s Look Unworn Double Breasted Demob Suit

    This deadstock tailored suit is great for giving an authentic vintage 1940s-era "demob" silhouette.

    45% wool, 55% trevira light grey suit cloth with a subtle tonal quality, tailored by Nicholas Rowe for Piero de Roma.

    Authentic 40s style double-breasted jacket with grey six-button fastening and four matching buttons at each wrist.

    Broad peak lapels and no back vents.

    The matching trousers have double pleated fronts and turn up cuffed hems.

    Two side pockets and one bound pocket with button fastening at the back.

    Perfect unworn condition as the suit is still new with tags.


    Chest: 44 inch / 111.8 cm
    Jacket Length: 33 inch / 83.8 cm
    Shoulders: 21 inch / 53.3 cm
    Sleeve: 26.5 inch / 67.3 cm
    Waist: 38 inch / 96.5 cm
    Inside Leg: 32 inch / 81.3 cm

  • Delivery & Returns

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


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

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