Towergate GIBSON LONDON Herringbone Tonic Blazer

Gibson London
£159.99 £111.99

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Gibson London 'Towergate' men's 1960s mod herringbone tonic suit jacket in berry. The textured wool blend fabric with fab retro tonic herringbone detailing is sure to catch the eye. The dapper and dandy almost iridescent finish to the fabric is inspired by 1960s styling and the penchant for tonic tailoring from the mod revival era. The Gibson London 'Towergate' herringbone tonic suit blazer also benefits from a suave and slim mod cut. Take note of the classic retro notch lapel, two flap side pockets, retro jetted right side ticket pocket and the stylish button details. This single breasted 2 button herringbone tonic blazer jacket is finished with Gibson London's seasonal vintage travel lining and detachable compass lapel pin. You can team this stylish Gibson London 'Towergate' men's retro herringbone tonic blazer with teh matching mod high fasten lapel waistcoat and slim leg trousers.

  • Gibson London men's 60s mod herringbone tonic suit jacket in berry.
  • Retro textured iridescent herringbone pattern.
  • 2 button single breasted fastening.
  • Flap pockets to sides.
  • Left side breast pocket.
  • Right side jetted ticket pocket
  • Side vents.
  • Neat buttons to non-working cuffs.
  • Gibson London vintage travel lining.
  • Detachable compass lapel pin.
  • Retro notch lapel.
  • Slim cut.
  • Colour: Berry.
  • SKU: G18211TGJ Towergate Herringbone Tonic Suit Jacket.
  • Composition: Lining 1: 100% viscose. Lining 2: 100% polyester.
  • Care: Dry clean only. 

Product ID: 32429

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