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A single-breasted notch lapel jacket using a brown cord fabric from Holland & Sherry and a blue paisley lining from Bernstein & Banleys; Wool and cashmere trousers using a navy blue fabric from Scabal; Five-button show-six waistcoat using a brown/ blue wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal and an iridescent amber lining from Bernstein & Banleys; Small check shirt using a blue/brown House fabric, and a plain blue silk tie.
The jacket's wide lapels, patch pockets, needlecord fabric with heavy swelled edge stitching, contrasted with the blue trousers and brown shirt with cutaway collar makes this a striking Look with a hint of 1970s. Versatile for both work and social occasions, the warm fabrics and warm colour palette makes it well suited to the darker and colder autumn winter months.
Single-breasted, two-button notch lapel jacket with side vents, patch hip pockets, horn buttons; fully lined with a blue paisley lining. Rouleau loop on inside pocket, piano facing and 6mm swelled edge stitching. Detachable Alcantara storm flap.
The jacket is made using a cotton cord fabric from Holland & Sherry's Corduroys bunch. Recommended Pattern for this fabric are Black Label Sartorial and White Label Sartorial.
Plain fronted trousers with zip fly, one back pocket, American 1/4 cross pockets with belt loops. The trousers are made using a wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal's Finest Jacketing bunch.
Five-button show-six waistcoat with slanted jetted hip pockets with an iridescent amber lining and horn buttons. The waistcoat’s back strap is tapered and comes with a buckle. The waistcoat is made using a wool and cashmere fabric from Scabal’s Finest Jacketing bunch.
Single cuff shirt with full cutaway collar (shortened point length), 5mm edge stitching and vintage button. The shirt uses a House 2/80 Oxford fabric.
Navy blue silk tie with 7.5cm blade width.
All garments priced here are available in Black Label if required. -
Every garment made by John Goodwin uses a library of around three thousand fabrics and linings, any of which can be used to create your own garments. The entire library is available to browse at the atelier and a small selection can be viewed online.
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