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Grosvenor Frock Coat - Brown Herringbone

Just What I Needed.

Item: 007277

$169.95


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Availability: Special Order + 7-10 days

If you were told you can ditch your coat in warmer weather, we say poppycock! Our handsome Grosvenor Frock Coat will keep you comfortable and suited up to social norms in mild to moderate weather.

Before the shorter, boxy jacket of the “sack” suit (still being worn today), the frock coat was the standard silhouette for men. Longer and seamed at the waist, our vintage-look coat features brown herringbone fabric, three button front, a notched lapel and intricate detailing on the back. Necessities can be kept at hand in the two flap outer pockets or interior breast pocket.

Herringbone tweed fabric is 25% wool, 40% acrylic, and 25% polyester with a full acetate lining. Imported. Dry Clean Only. Available in sizes 38-52.

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Sizing Notes
Our coats are made with typical American sizing, meaning your chest measurement (in inches) is the size you should choose.
To measure your chest: Raise your arms slightly and measure just under your arms. Be sure to cross over the shoulder blades and the fullest part of the chest. If your belly measures larger than your chest, use your belly measurement for coat size.
Longs: If indicated in the selection list (e.g. 46L,) long sizes may also be available. Longs are approximately 2" longer in the back and sleeves.

Mens Sizing Guide

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Average Rating: 5.00/5.00 stars from 1 reviews

Just What I Needed.
Just what I needed for a somewhat less formal frock coat.
Apr 25, 2019
Tom
MEDFORD Ma
US

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