Edward VII first made three-quarter length jackets popular when he wore one to the races before he was king. It was a way of flexing the dress code's rules and has proved popular ever since. These jackets are traditionally single-breasted with four buttons, so we've mirrored this with our navy version for a classic look. It also features an elegant herringbone weave through the cloth.
Cut in a regular fit, it has a strong shoulder and a natural drape across the body. You have the option of contrasting your waistcoat and trousers as a way of highlighting tones in your colour scheme.
There's a junior version if you want to dress younger ones in the same outfit.