Jacobean Tweed Kilt Jacket - Blues
The Jacobean kilt jacket is meant to imitate the styles of the mid-to-late sixteenth century and the age of the-many-kings-called-James, when the fashion was for jackets with shoulder wings, open fronts and split sleeves, designed to show off the quality of the shirt below. A peasant/ghillie shirt should be worn with this jacket.
Made with a range of pure-new wool barathea and tweed options. Other colours available upon request. Made in Scotland.
Sizing: Our jackets are made in Scotland and are sized differently than in North America. We recommend that you come in to get measured, if possible, and we will order it for you. Jackets are available in S-Short, R-Regular, L-Long (tall) from 36 - 56.
Disclaimer: If we do not size you, we do not take responsibility for the fit.
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How to measure (do not measure yourself; have another person measure you):