NOTE: Some seams, darts, back yokes, or other fitting-related details which are shown in the photos will change between sizes or body shapes, and may look different or be completely absent in your version (depending on your particular size or shape). Design details that don’t affect fit, such as collars or pockets, will stay the same between sizes.
You have the option of:
WARNING: Your monitor may not show colours or textures accurately! If the exact shade is important to you, you can order a fabric swatch for $5, which will be deducted when you order anything.
For Regency Jackets, you can choose from the following galleries:
- Suitings (all types)
- Faux Suedes
- Silk Brocades.
However, for faux suedes, brocades, silk brocades, and some corduroys (which have no give at all), you’ll want to choose a coordinating Suiting, which will be used as contrast panels and sleeves to give you full mobility. You can see what this looks like in the black and grey brocade jacket in the product photos.
Regency jackets look best when worn quite fitted through the bust and rib cage, with only 1-2 inches of ease at most. If you’d like yours to be made to fit more tightly or loosely, please make a note of it during your order.
Sleeves are meant to be somewhat snug at the wrist and can be worn pushed up. If your arms are very long or very short, or if you want a particular length, please make a note of this as well. The bicep area of the sleeve has quite a bit of room as the sleeves are gathered to the shoulder, but if you’re at all concerned about it, include your arm circumference measurement in the order (in the “Notes” box) and we’ll make sure you have enough room.