Suit - Black-on-grey Glencheck by Fox Brothers

2.000,00 € Sale Save
Probably the chicest suit you'll ever own: our double-breasted black-on-grey glencheck flannel suit. The fact that the fabric comes from Somerset, HQ of the world-famous inventor of the flannel - aka Fox Brothers - is probably the best add-on one can wish for. Wear the suit with a polkadot tie and pinpoint shirt or with a dark turtleneck and you'll probably have to sign autographs all night long.

Always remember: "It's not flannel, if it's not Fox!"

- Double-breasted 6x2
- Shoulder "roped"
- Peak lapel
- Lapel buttonhole 2 handmade milanese
- Straight chest pocket
- Straight flap pockets
- 4 working sleeve buttonholes
- double vents
- Lining tone on tone | fully lined
- Striped sleeve lining
- Inner pockets one on the right with button, one on the left with button, a pen pocket on the left, a business card pocket on the left


- Pistol side adjuster
- Zipper fly
- Forward facing pleats
- Jetted Pocket
- Rear pockets with flap
- Buttons for braces
- Unhemmed
- unlined

- Black on grey glencheck flannel by Fox Brothers 400g/m
- Lining: cupro
- Unpolished two-hole horn buttons
- Tone-on-tone Mother of Pearl imitate on trousers

Table of measurements

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Options Without extra pair of trousers
Size Trousers 44 EU
Size Jacket 44 EU

This product is Made-To-Order. The delivery time is approx. 6-8 weeks

You can get this product, and many more, from us exactly according to your specifications and dimensions. Simply book an appointment with us in Berlin, Cologne or at a trunk show.

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Mr Mogg’s all-time favourite: the double-breasted 6×2. This model is like a synonym for MAXIMILIAN MOGG. It features a high collar, distinctive, belly-shaped lapels and wide trouser legs. This cut will make you look particularly athletic. It is especially suitable for formal wear, lounge suits and blazers. Formal. Radiant. Classic. Our favourite shirt collar for this model: the Zee Jerman.