Take the British double-breasted suit from the 1930s to the 1950s as a reference. Different from the common single-breasted suit, the double-breasted suit, as one of the more representative British Conservative suits.
The earliest double-breasted jacket appeared in Europe in the 16th century. Since the men's clothing revolution brought about by beau Brummell in the early 19th century, single-breasted and double-breasted jackets have been warmly sought after. However, as gentlemen's dresses are all open, single-breasted coats are also becoming more and more popular. At the turn of the century, the single-breasted coat has consolidated its position as a Western men's coat, while the double-breasted coat is becoming more and more inconspicuous, becoming a second-line alternative. It was not until the 1930s that the double-breasted suit reappeared in the public field of vision and was valued by more and more gentlemen. The classic 6x2 double-breasted suit was modified from the Duke of Kent to the pea coat. In order to cover up the defect of his short stature, he took off several buttons and got the present appearance. Until now, it has become an irreplaceable classic.
- Material: 100% 530G Wool Tweed
- Lining: Japan Bemberg 100% Copper Ammonia Silk
- Button: Real Horn Button