Suede Trim Convertible Jacket

Corneliani
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Suede Trim Convertible Jacket

$1,615
$528 Gilt
Size (EU):
Men's Suiting
EU US (chest) Chest (cm) Men Alpha
42 - 44 32 - 34 81 - 86 XXS
44 - 46 34 - 36 86 - 91 XS
46 - 48 36 - 38 91 - 96 S
49 - 51 39 - 41 99 - 104 M
52 - 54 42 - 44 106 - 112 L
55 - 57 45 - 47 114 - 119 XL
58 - 60 48 - 50 122 - 127 XXL
60 - 62 50 - 52 127 - 132 XXXL
  • 52
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    Chest (cm) 106 - 112
    Men Alpha L
  • 54
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    US (chest) 42 - 44
    Chest (cm) 106 - 112
    Men Alpha L
  • 56
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    US (chest) 45 - 47
    Chest (cm) 114 - 119
    Men Alpha XL
Color:
khaki
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Description
Designer

Long sleeve cotton twill single breasted three button jacket.

  • Suede trim and embossed metal crest buttons throughout.
  • Notch lapel with a button hole and button closure and front zip pockets.
  • Back side vents and suede underarm panels with functional button cuffs.
  • Inset removable zip cotton twill panel with a zip front closure.
  • Partially lined with four interior pockets.
  • Approximate length: 30". Measurements were taken from a size 50. Model's measurements: Height: 6'1½", Waist: 31", Shirt: 15.5, Suit: 40.

Material: Exterior: 100% Cotton, Interior: 63% Cupro, 37% Rayon

Brand: Corneliani

Origin: Italy

In the 1930s, Italian menswear producer Alfredo Corneliani designed a collection of hand-tailored raincoats and outerwear that quickly caught on in Mantua, his hometown. But Corneliani's clothing line didn’t become a full-fledged company until the 1950s, when his sons Carlaberto and Claudio officially established the family business as a proper tailoring house. Over time, Corneliani has built a reputation for crafting high-quality suits, blazers, and sport coats that are understated and modest compared to those of the label’s Italian peers — think polished elegance more than rakish sartorial daring. Cotton polo shirts, linen dress shirts, color-block leather men’s bags, and luxe ties feature expert tailoring and make Corneliani perfect for men who seek a life of quiet, luxurious style.