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John Check Stretch Suit Jacket in Grey

USD $90.99 $149 Suit Bundle
Colour:
GREY
GREY
Size:
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Details
Style: 9105247

Our PV suits stands for ‘Polyester - Viscose’ with our suits we add elastin to our PV suits to give extra comfort and wear-ability. One of the main benefits of our PV suit is the durability. A PV suit will wear for a matter of years if treated in the correct way i.e. dry-cleaned every 6-8 months.

Men's tailored suit jacket by H. Brothers.
  • Slim notch lapel
  • Two button front
  • Breast pocket
  • Front facing flap pockets
  • Natural shoulders
  • Kissing buttons to the sleeves
  • Dual vents to the back
  • Stretch fabric technology
  • 84% polyester, 15% viscose, 1% spandex
  • Model wears size M/32 | Model's height 184cm/6’


Reviews (2)
Reviews (2)
Reviewer: Josephine
1  2  3  4  5 

Fit: true
Got this for one of my husbands fathers day gifts and he loves it and it really suits him ?.
Reviewer: Claire
1  2  3  4  5 

Fit: true
Got this suit jacket for husband, really suit him, nice light colour and check pattern, good cutting too. This suit runs 1 size bigger than his previous Hallenstein Merino suit, need go 1size down, sleeves a bit long too..

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Size Guides

How To Measure?

Stretch Fit Jacket

SizeChestShoulder
889444
929945
9610446
10010947
10411448
10811949
11212450
11612951
12013452

How To Measure

Stretch Fit Jacket

Suit Jackets

Measure your chest:

1. Stand straight and relaxed and raise both arms. Hold the tape against the body tight enough that it is snug but not too tight that it restricts breathing

2. Run the tape measure around the fullest part of your chest, underneath both your arms.

3. Be sure to ensure that the tape is flat across the back. Lower your arms to record the measurement once the tape measure is in place.

Measure your shoulder to shoulder width:

1. Start your tape measure at the back corner of one shoulder, at the point where your clavicle meets your arm.

2. Run it across the top of your shoulders, behind your neck and to the back corner of the other shoulder.

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