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The Braemar is a variation on the traditional one-button fastening Argyll kilt jacket. Instead of the Argyll's gauntlet cuffs, it has a distinctive three button arrangement along the sleeve. This imitates the formal Prince Charlie jacket, and both are an echo of when rank insignia was worn on the cuff in military uniforms, until 1920. Like the Argyll, the Braemar is the standard day-wear kilt jacket, which is versatile for a variety of semi formal or formal occasions. Our beautifully tailored Charcoal Arrochar Tweed Braemar Jacket has the option of adding a matching waistcoat. Our Braemar jackets are made from pure wool to give a luxurious feel.
- Cloth braided epaulettes.
- Imitation horn buttons
- Single button fastening
- Traditional Braemar three-button cuff
- Internal pocket