Mod Four Colour Gold Check Tailored Blazer Jacket

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£144.99 £101.49

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5

Warmest

Heavy and thick styles of coats, designed for wear in cold, wintery weather. These are the warmest jackets and coats, ideal for those freezing days and nights! Typical styles will include Parkas, heavy Overcoats and Duffle coats.

4-4.5

Warm

Heavier jackets and coats which will be suitable for colder weather, but not the coldest weather. No short length jackets. Raincoats and macs are included in this catagory unless quite heavy or light. Typical styles include Trench coats, Raincoats, Lighter Duffle coats and lighter or only partially lined Parkas.

3-3.5

Fair

Transitional jackets and coats which could be worn in Spring or Autumn. Everyday jackets and coats. Neither very light or very heavy. Good for mild weather.Typical styles include Harrington Jackets, Bomber Jackets, heavier Anoraks or windbreakers.

2-2.5

Light

Lightweight Jacket designed for warmer weather wear. Usually lined, but still quite light. Typical styles include light anoraks and windbreakers, zipper jackets and blazers.

1-1.5

Very Light

Very lightweight jackets or coats, designed for Summer or warmer weather wear. Unlined. Shirt-Jackets, overshirts and hoodie or track top style jackets are also in this catagory. Typical styles include overshirts, jersey hoodies and trackie tops.

0-0.5

Extremely Light

Outerwear garments which aren't really outerwear at all - extremely light garments designed for hot weather wear. Typical styles include wraps, kimonos, cover-ups and boleros.

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Men's 1960s mod four colour tailored blazer jacket in gold. This striking retro check blazer is crafted from a gold tweed wool fabric with stylish four colour check details. Benefitting from an autumnal vintage colour palette, this wool blend blazer jacket also offers an air of vintage country heritage styling. The retro notch lapel, two flap side pockets and left side breast pocket add a practical and tailored touches whilst the right side mod ticket pocket features contrast brown trim for a hint of 1950s Teddy Boy styling. 2 vintage wood effect buttons to the single breasted fastening and three matching buttons to the non-working cuffs. Feather lapel pin, side vents and geo floral pattern lining add the finishing touches.

You can team this men's mod gold check blazer jacket with the matching V-neck waistcoat for a smart, sharp and unique take on formal attire.

  • Men's mod tailored four check blazer jacket in gold.
  • 2 Button single bresated blazer jacket.
  • Wool fabric.
  • Four colour check pattern.
  • Two flap side pockets.
  • Mod right side ticket pocket with contrast trim.
  • Retro notch lapel.
  • 3 button non-working cuffs.
  • Geometric floral pattern lining.
  • Left side breast pocket.
  • Side vents.
  • Colour: Gold.
  • SKU: S18526JC Four Colour Check Blazer Jacket.
  • Composition: 100% wool. Lining: 100% polyester, Lining 2: 100% viscose.
  • Care: Dry clean only.

Product ID: 32291

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