-liquid metal(silver or gold)
Two Words- classic Camelot is what describes the family crest and its matriarch- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, so what I created in honor of her had to be stunningly chic as well as versatile and the “Kennedy” suit is just that.
Prestigiously powerful in a pewter iridescent French brocade as well as available in luxurious liquid gold- the “Kennedy” suit is what your wardrobe needs for style elevation. Strong and structured yet feminine enough to feel your oats, this suit is a surefire hit both an afternoon tea and evening gala, breaking the boundaries of what it means to be BETA.
Just because we aren’t all born with a silver spoon in our mouths, does mean we can’t shine like one.
Lined with our signature leopard print Italian silk lining.
Please allow 4-6 weeks for completion and delivery. This piece is a limited edition and suiting can be sold separately. For more details inquire at email@example.com
*PLEASE NOTE* ALL custom orders require measurements. Please refer to our SIZE CHART and complete the measurement form.
|Dimensions||60 × 16 in|
The following measurements are needed to complete your custom orders. Please insert your measurements in the form below and submit.
PLEASE NOTE: Once a custom order is completed, we cannot honor refunds/returns or exchanges for inaccurate measurements so please ensure the measurements provided are as accurate as possible.
If there are any questions or concerns once you have submitted your measurements please contact customorders@houseofdevereaux within 48 hours of submission.
Chest/Bust : Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of the your chest.
Waist : Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hips: Measure the widest part of your hips with your legs closed and together
Collar to Shoulder: Measure from where your collarbone ends and shoulder begins
Shoulder to Sleeve: Measure from the edge of your shoulder to the bottom of your sleeve where you want blazer to end- typically to your wrist
Shoulder to Shoulder: Measure from one end of the shoulder to the opposite end of the other shoulder
Upper Arm Width: Measure the width of the largest part of the top portion of your arm
Forearm Width: Measure the width of the largest part of the lower part of your arm
Front Length: Stand up straight and measure from your collarbone straight down in front of you to where you want your blazer to stop
Arms/Sleeveshole width: Measure the width of your arm pit around your shoulder in a full circle