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Bradley Needle Corduroy Waistcoat

A fantastic Waistcoat in a needle corduroy, available in a range of colours this garment is perfect for a smart or casual occasion



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Things you'll need for measuring up:

  1. 1. A Tape Measure.
  2. 2. 10 minutes of your time.

You may also find it useful to have:

  1. 3. A jacket with arms that are the right length.
  2. 4. Trousers with legs the right length, that fit
    nicely around the waist.

What you need to know

Corduroy is a popular material that is not seen as regularly on the high street anymore. I have designed a needle corduroy waistcoat to match the Munro Jacket, Caldey Trousers and Morar Suit. It can be worn for formal occasions or casual family outings, it can also be paired with plain trousers and a smart shirt to create an entire new look, perfect for if you just want a touch of cord in your outfit.

I have made this waistcoat out of needle corduroy. It is lighter than the standard cord with more wales per inch. My needle corduroy has 16 per inch, this gives it a softer and more subtle corduroy look.

Style Features

I have designed this waistcoat to have a 4 button front, with 2 front hip pockets and a lining back with back adjuster, you can change and add many features in the personalisation stage making this waistcoat your own.

I have also got a variety of lining and backing colours to choose from, so please feel free to have a look and choose your own. I have already selected one that I believe compliments the colour of the suit you have chosen, but this is your waistcoat and you can choose the colour you prefer.  You can also change the lining back for a material back if that is more your style.

Waistcoat Build Quality

I believe that all well-made items have little extra details added to them to ensure they are of the best quality. This is why I add extras to my own garments. I put a D stitch at the corners of all the pockets to add reinforcement and strength, meaning that they will not rip or tear through use. This is something that I believe should be on all garments but due to it being time consuming to add and therefore an extra cost to the manufacturer and tailor, it is regularly over looked as being important.


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