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Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure

Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
Sheriffmuir Doublet and Waistcoat - Made to Measure
£420.00
Ex Tax: £350.00
  • Model: V-MTMSH2

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The Sheriffmuir Doublet is one of the most formal style of kilt jackets. This is an open jacket with decorative buttons, a standing collar, epaulettes, decorative cuffs and taches. A late Victorian variation on the standard doublet, designed to be more decorative.

In the second half of the twentieth century, this type of jacket was usually worn with a large lace jabot, although nowadays it is usually worn with a less flambouyant necktie or rouche tie. The Sheriffmuir also takes a shoulder plaid for even more formal occasions. 

This jacket is supplied with a matching five button waistcoat as standard. These jackets look especially good with a bias-cut tartan waistcoat to match the kilt.   

Features:

  • Plain or Braided epaulettes
  • Polished 'Clann na Gael' or Irish Harp metal buttons, available in chrome or antique silver
  • Traditional three-button gauntlet cuff, braemar cuff, or plain cuff
This item is made to order in our own tailoring workshop in Glasgow,. Lead time is indicated in the drop down menu. 
Measuring advice:
  • Chest: measure around the chest at under-arm height, while wearing a shirt or t-shirt, with your arms by your side.
  • Waist: measure around the waist at roughly naval height - in line with the top of the hips. *This is higher than where your trousers sit*. Let us know if you're wearing your kilt when you do this, as it can sometimes add to your waist or act as a girdle. 
  • Sleeve length: find a suit jacket you already own that fits well, and measure from the shoulder seam down to the cuff. 
  • Back length: measure from the nape of the neck (where the top of your shirt sits) to an inch-and-a-half below where the top of your kilt sits. We use this, the sleeve length and your height to work out a proportional back length for the jacket. If you have an exact measurement for the back (ie if you've taken it from a well fitting doublet, from the collar seam to bottom) please let us know in the additional instructions box 
It is recommended, where possible, to take your waist measurement over your kilt. However, if this is not possible we can factor this in.  

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