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Fully Scottish-made formal Victorian-style doublet, we can made these in velvet, tweed or barathea. The Balmoral doublet is a classic piece of highlandwear. With the Kenmore, these were once the universal type of kilt jacket.
If you are looking for a statement jacket for that special occasion, this is the perfect choice. With he lapelled collar, this may be worn with a necktie, bowtie, rouche tie or even cravat, depending on whatever the occasion calls for.
This version is the standard size, use the dropdown menu to select your usual jacket size. Unsure? Take a measure of your chest, waist (over your kilt preferably) and let us know your height in the text box and we can make sure you get the best fit. You can also look to our fully made to measure option here.
As the Balmoral can be buttoned up you do not need to wear a waistcoat, although one can be worn if you wear the jacket open. Use the dropdown menu to select whether you require a matching waistcoat on your order.
The Balmoral Doublet is made to order in our own tailoring workshop in Glasgow. Lead time is indicated in the drop-down menu.
Use the text box to let us know if you would like any other modifications, and we can see what we can do.