A piece that exemplifies a suit. The waistcoat has historically been a key feature as part of a full suit. However, as time has progressed, it has gained a sense of individuality, establishing its own identity.
Over the years, it has embodied power and authority from James Bond to Peaky Blinders’ Thomas Shelby all taking off their jacket whilst leaving the iconic waistcoat on. It represents the physicality of the man under the suit and projects a certain rebellious attitude.
"The Bad Boy Chic"
In the 60s, the rogue waistcoat emerged as part of Sean Connery’s distinct Bond aesthetic as he too escaped from regularity. This style has become synonymous with the British who have adopted the look in the outfits they portray.
The waistcoat is not just another accessory
it is the extra dose of charisma we all need to add to our outfit.
Today follow the three most stylish version of the piece.
1- The Double Breasted Waistcoat
Ideal for formals and smarts dress codes.
2- The Classic Waistcoat
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3- The Tweed Colar