Blue Check Wool Simplon Jacket$ 555 20% Off $ 445
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- Product Notes
This blue Harris tweed overcheck jacket is inspired by Timothy Everest's bespoke creation for the 2017 adaptation of The Murder on the Orient Express. The name is a tribute to the Simplon Orient Express, on which Agatha Christie’s timeless novel is set. Taking inspiration from the Thirties timeframe, the jacket follows the conventions of gentlemen’s leisure jackets of the day, featuring a half Norfolk belted back and patch pockets with inverted pleats to allow for expansion and a higher front closure to help keep the elements out. Made from a Harris Tweed wool, the pattern is accented with an orange overcheck and natural horn buttons.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes 100% Virgin Wool
- Delivery & returns
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This product is in the UK. It will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.
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Timothy Everest is a London menswear brand that seamlessly fuses traditional bespoke tailoring with contemporary designs and fabrications, creating beautifully crafted pieces for every man’s wardrobe. From sharp tailoring to luxuriously soft cashmere jumpers, each and every Timothy Everest piece offers a subtle quirk to suit the needs and lifestyle of the wearer. Shop our favourites here.
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