Indigo Mohair Blend Dinner Jacket - Fabric by Vitale Barberis Canonico

$999

Hand crafted in 4 weeks, with estimated delivery around Dec 27, 2022

Jacket Type

We Recommend

One-Button

The choice for formal-wear (e.g., tuxedos) or a trendier suited look.

Double-Breasted (+$50)

An enduring stylish option for menswear aficionados.

Canvas

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Full Canvas (+$200)

A luxury upgrade to improve drape and durability

Half-Canvas

Our classic suiting construction

Lapel Type

We Recommend

Peak

The lapel of choice for some classic flair. It can also have a flattering lengthening effect with its longer edge.

Shawl

Shawl lapel.

Vents

We Recommend

Double (Side)

The classic suiting option.

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Jacket Pockets

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Slanted Piped

A formalwear pocket style with a modern twist.

Straight Piped

A minimalist look that is the preferred and classic option for tuxedos.

Jacket Inner Lining

We Recommend

Choose from the various inner lining colors to add flair and make the suit your very own.

Gunmetal

Black

Silver

Sea Blue

Sky Blue

Royal Purple

Lavender

Chocolate Brown

Maroon

Red

Magenta

Burnt Orange

Light Gold

Olive

Teal Blue

Medallion Blue Paisley

Crimson Blue Paisley

Purple Jade Paisley

Ice Blue Paisley

Monogramming (Optional)

We Recommend

Text

Max character length: 15

Text Line 2

Max character length: 15

Color

Gold

White

Silver

Font

Block

Bold Script

Fancy Script

Accent Stitching - Last Sleeve Buttonhole

We Recommend

Matching the color of the last sleeve buttonhole stitching to your selection of inner lining color. Recommended for gentlemen who are comfortable with a subtle pop of color in their outfit.

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The Details

    • Fabric: 84% Wool / 16% Mohair from Vitale Barberis Canonico
    • Color: Blue
    • Pattern: Solid
    • Seasonality: Spring/Summer
    • Buttons: Satin Buttons
    • Lining Fabric: 100% Bemberg

The Context

Looking to stand out in a world of black tuxes? This dinner jacket’s color and sheen give it a level of panache that darker tuxes just can’t match. Its pedigree is legendary. This tuxedo is made with an Italian milled fabric that blends wool with mohair, a fiber first used in clothing in the 14th century B.C. and silk, a fabric that has, at times been worth more than gold. This blend of threads not only keeps you feeling luxuriant, but keeps you cool enough to wear this jacket all night long.