These are authentic After Six Formalwear menswear jackets from the 1970s; we're pretty sure we have seen them on Hyde or Kelso or maybe it was Forman, on one of their prom shows.
These are made of a gorgeous white brocade with fancy black braid trim around the wide front notched collar lapels, while the back of the collar is all black.
There is also black trim along each of the flap pockets, and the buttons are creamy white, with a black ring accent around them.
The jacket body is long in the torso with 3 front buttons, a square cut hem, and a single back vent.
One of the amazing things? we couldn't believe it: these are made of easy care polyester, and these are labeled as Machine Washable (!), so, these have all been freshly laundered; they are clean and ready to wear.
We'll include the measurements of both jackets here for you. Please note the number and which size you prefer when placing your order, thank you!
Remember, the measurements are of the jacket, not the body that will fit into it: please allow a bit of room for movement and ease.
We are a member of The VFG, The Vintage Fashion Guild.
We also have a few blue tuxedo shirts left here, too. Just search for blue shirt, and it should come up for you. If you have a problem finding them, just let us know, we're happy to help you. We also do combine to reduce shipping, and, we discount for a multiple item purchase order.
Sizes available are:
#1: Sized as a 38 reg
25” sleeve length
#2: Sized as 37 reg
24.75” sleeve length
Vintage 1970s White Brocade Tuxedo Dinner Jacket with Black Braid Contrast Trim 38 Reg