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Lasest Dinner Suit

Posted on by Elliot Rowland

Lasest Dinner Suit

Here we have a lovely example of a Redwood & Feller bespoke dinner jacket! The dinner suit really is a wonderful garment to wear and normally means you’re at a special even or occasion.

The first dinner jacket is traditionally traced to 1865 on the then Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII (1841–1910). The late 19th century saw gradual introduction of the lounge jacket without tails as a less formal and more comfortable leisure alternative to the frock coat.

At redwood and Feller we only use the finest rib silk facings, as you can see on this jacket the client went for silk turn back cuffs!

The fabric is from our friends at Holland and Sherry.