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The distinguishable features of the Cavour Jackets are wide lapels, three-roll-two buttoning, patch pockets and two rear vents. The shoulders are unpadded, and slightly extended. Which all adds up to a classic and comfortable piece of clothing, with a masculine silhouette. The check pattern adds a sophisticated variation to the classic navy jacket. The wool and cashmere fabric is crafted in Scotland by Kynoch, and offers a very delicate and soft hand.
Measurments for all tailoring items
A: Sleeve length (cm) Measure from the seam in the armpit to the end of the sleeve.
B: Chest, circumference (cm) Lay the jacket flat. Measure from armpit to armpit. Multiply by 2.
C: Waist, circumference (cm) Lay the jacket flat. Take measurements from the edge where the garment is narrowest, approximately at the navel. Then multiply by 2.
D: Body length (cm) Lay the jacket with front faced down. Pop the collar so that the melton (felt) is visible beneath the collar. Start from the intersection of the back collar and measure down along the center back seam to the bottom hem of the jacket.
E: Shoulder width (cm) Lay the jacket face down. Measure from where the shoulder seam meets the sleeve on one side of the jacket straight across to where the shoulder seam and sleeve meet on the other side.
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