The Arkwright waistcoat is the perfect way to complete any Workhouse ensemble. It has a flattering, snug fit, creating a classic silhouette when combined with either the Arkwright or Derwent trousers.
The Arkwright is a nod to Britain’s historic cotton manufacturing in rural Derbyshire, named after the inventor and “father of the modern industrial factory system" - Richard Arkwright. Made for the closing months of Summer ‘19, SJC has woven two distinct and exclusive cotton weaves for Workhouse suiting.
Note: We at SJC love to mix & match! If you want to combine any Arkwright or Derwent piece together then we implore you to do so.
- Cinch belt-back
- Jetted Pockets
- Elegant front points
The brown cloth seen here is our own French Vaugan stripe, made from 100% cotton. See chocolate and cream stripes set on a dark brown backdrop - the weave is dense, offering a fine texture and smooth ‘hand feel’. It is 16oz in weight, so heavier than you might expect and is hard wearing, low maintenance and can be depended upon for regular wear.
The grey cloth seen here is our own chambray open-weave with a Cabernet stripe. A vista of colours and textures upon close inspection, the weave blends into mild grey tones and the texture softens when observed from afar. It’s 16oz in weight, and much like the Vaugan stripe is satisfyingly heavy and perfect for everyday wear.
Dry clean only.
Delivery & Returns
Of course, we ship internationally. We offer Priority and Standard delivery options to certain regions including UK and European countries. See our Returns Policy here.