Waistcoat Vest – for that stylish extra touch when you are Dressing for Impressing
Weddings? Formals? A day at the Races? A bit of sass for your Corporate wardrobe? Some like them for Everyday
Well made and many colours available – we have the most popular ones here but get in touch if you don’t see the colour you are looking for
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Good Vest Fit from Real Men Real Style
A well-fitted vest is long enough in the front to cover the man’s waist (hence “waistcoat”), with no dress shirt showing between the belt and the vest.
The sides and back will be cut a little higher, and may show some shirt; be sure to wear a well-fitted shirt tucked in tightly to avoid fabric “ballooning” out in little puffs from under the vest. They look silly and draw attention to the waist, which most of us don’t need.
The shoulders of the vest should always lie flat against your body and below any collar points.
If you’re wearing the vest with a suit coat, the V-shape of the vest should be narrower enough that the suit lapels don’t hide it entirely.