Long 1700s Jacket with Slits


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This unique knit jacket is inspired by a men's jacket from the early 1700s. It has some completely original slits with an insert in a beautiful contrasting color in front and back. The pattern is from the 1760s. The colour combination is black and off-white with pink slits. The jackets are knitted in 100% merino wool in jaquardteknik, ie. double knit without wires on the back of multi-color knit.
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The male suit, also known as the habit, consisted of three parts: the justaucorps, a jacket, and breeches. In the early eighteenth century the jacket continued to have a full skirt. Fabrics for men were primarily silks, velvets, and brocades, with woolens used for the middle class and for sporting costumes.

Fashion in the period 1700–1750 in European and European-influenced countries is characterized by a widening silhouette for both men and women following the tall, narrow look of the 1680s and 90s. Wigs remained essential for men of substance, and were often white; natural hair was powdered to achieve the fashionable look.

Distinction was made in this period between full dress worn at court and for formal occasions, and undress or everyday, daytime clothes. As the decades progressed, fewer and fewer occasions called for full dress, which had all but disappeared by the end of the century.


Merino Wool

The jackets should be hand washed gently and placed on a terry towel for drying.

A 1 month delivery time should be expected.

Size Specifications:


Small: 76 cm - Medium: 78 cm - Large: 80 cm

Sleeve Length:

Small: 56 cm - Medium: 58 cm - Large: 60 cm

Shoulder Width:

Small: 38 cm - Medium: 40 cm - Large: 42 cm