Look No. 19175 IEI | From VERSATILITY Collection
A single-breasted peak lapel jacket using a navy blue seersucker fabric from Lear Browne & Dunsford and an elephant pattern lining from Bernstein & Banleys; Burgundy Red linen trousers from Scabal; and blue and white, linen and cotton striped shirt.
Single-breasted, two-button peak lapel jacket with centre vent, flap hip pockets, horn buttons; fully lined with a blue paisley elephant pattern. Rouleau loop on inside pocket, piano facing and pinpricked edge stitching.
Plain fronted trousers with zip fly, double back pockets, American 1/4 cross pockets and button side adjuster.
Short sleeve polo shirt with button down collar and vintage buttons.
The jacket is made using a cotton fabric from Lear Browne & Dunsford 's Mersolair bunch. Recommended Patterns for this fabric: Black Label Soft, Black Label Super Soft and White Label Soft.
An elegant seersucker jacket with linen trouser suitable to wear at the weekend during the summer.
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.
All the garments shown on this page are available from John Goodwin Personal Tailoring.