The Prince Charlie Vest is manufacture with pure traditional touch and made up of vicuna wool 100%. It is most comfortable and soft which enhances the experience of wearing this jacket. It is used for both formal and semi formal occasion. Shinny lining is used to make this jacket look amazing.
On the front of the Jacket, there are three shiny buttons used on either side for decoration purpose. The silver thistle buttons are used on the Cuffs of the jacket too which matches the front decoration of the jacket. It is a custom jacket so manufactured as per the demand of the wearer. On the shoulder, there is a match used with matching silver thistle button.
100% original Vicuna
Shinny Lining with Thistle buttons
Pure traditional style
Fully Custom Jacket
The front of this Prince Charlie Jacket is amazingly designed keeping the traditional touch on its place. There are three thistle buttons used on the front for fastening the vest. There is a shinny lining used through out the jacket for modern touch.
The vest is perfectly stitched and amazingly designed. There is great detailing and finishing in the work. Since, the vest is custom made so everything with the manufacturing part is customizable.
Collar and Pockets
The Collar of the Vest are pure traditional style which can go with any Scottish Prince Charlie Jacket. There are two pockets on the front of the vest.
Custom Size Jacket
Below is the guide which you may follow in order to measure yourself for creating a best-fit jacket. So let's head to the guide;
You need to lift your arm upward and ask someone to measure around your chest at the widest point as it will be the fitting of your jacket so measure accordingly. You need to stand still and do not over inflate as you need to measure it in relaxing position.
You need to measure your waist from your naval button position by wearing a dress-shirt or coat.
Shoulder to Shoulder
You need to put a well-fitted jacket or coat and stand still then measure from the end of one shoulder to the end of other shoulder; it should be the point where sleeve starts.
Again put on a well-fitted jacket or coat then you need to stand still then ask someone to measure yourself from Measure from the shoulder seam (the top of the sleeve where it meets the jacket body) to the cuff. If you don't have coat or Jacket then you can measure it from the end of your Shoulder till the wrist. . Typically, jacket sleeves end 1.5" to 2" above the base knuckle of the thumb, breaking at the wrist or slightly lower.
Now you need to stand still and ask you partner to measure yourself from the end of your collar till your waist point. Don't include lapels in case of prince charlie jacket we will include it following coat length.