Single-breasted sentence example
The continental, single-breasted cassock, with a long row of small buttons from neck to hem, is said to have been first introduced into England by Bishop Harris of Llandaff (1729-1738).
The single-breasted jacket is perfect for less formal weddings.
Other versions include shearling jackets; houndstooth trenches and boxy single-breasted wool coats in shades of black, slate and pale smoke gray.
Slender and short body types - The tux style that looks best on you is the single-breasted jacket with long lines.
Carrying the Total Comfort Big and Tall line by Ralph Lauren, these suit separates feature a single breasted lapel jacket and updated reverse pleats in the pants.Advertisement
Notch Platinum Edition This single-breasted, non-vented coat has a one-button-notch, satin lapels, and flap pockets.
Camberley, a classic single-breasted jacket with two buttons, side vents and contrasting buttons.
Many men prefer single-breasted coats, or those with hidden buttons.
Either double or single-breasted, usually in a dark beige and often with a belt, the basic trench never goes out of style.
A single breasted coat has a longer, slimmer look but a double-breasted coat - so standard in most 1940s noir films - broadens the chest and creates a powerful appearance.Advertisement
Choose from the fitted single breasted blazer or the generously sized box jacket.
A single breasted waking coat with a stand collar and flap pockets will look gorgeous in dark rust or black.
Jessica London offers a single breasted blazer in a linen/rayon blend in a choice of deep navy, periwinkle, white or black.
A single-breasted coat makes for a slimming silhouette and adds length to your figure.
While most body shapes look best in a single-breasted style, some pear shapes can pull off a double-breasted style and use it to create a signature look for their working attire.Advertisement
The difference was that high-ranking officers wore double breasted coats while the lower ranked soldiers wore a single breasted coat.