Iconic 1970s Patch Pocket Oxford Bag Trouser Suit

Size: Chest 38"

SKU: CH593

  • Iconic 1970s Patch Pocket Oxford Bag Trouser Suit

    1970s era suit, made of pure wool suiting cloth in a flecked brown. Extra-wide rounded notch lapels give the suit some incredible vintage seventies character, as do the large patch pockets and Oxford bag style trousers with large turn-ups.

    The jacket has a single back vent, two large patch pockets and one smaller patch breast pocket. Two buttons showing at each cuff. Lined with brown fabric.

    Trousers are flat-fronted, with three pockets. The waist can be adjusted with buttons on the side.

    A truly incredible vintage timepiece for a fan of Northern Soul or seventies fashion.


    Chest: 38 inch / 96.5 cm
    Length: 31 inch / 79 cm
    Sleeve: 2
    5 inch / 63.5 cm
    Shoulders: 19 inch / 48 cm
    Waist: 34 - 37 inch / 86 - 94 cm
    Inside Leg: 32 inch / 81 cm

  • Delivery & Returns

    FREE Click and Collect from our Huddersfield, UK Location.

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


    See our Delivery Page for Full Details.

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

  • Taxes & Duties

    United Kingdom

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    *The EU and the Rest of the World

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    European Union Countries
    If your purchase is €150 or below all taxes are calculated at checkout and will therefore not incur any other charges from customs.
    For purchases over €150, you may be charged duty & tax. This will be charged by your local customs office.

    Other Countries
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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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