The Prince Charlie jacket is a formal black tie highland dress that was initially listed in tailor catalogs of the early twenties. Over the next couple of years, it became to be called a ‘Prince Charlie‘ (PC). This jacket is often used in the evening.
It is a short cut jacket with short tails in the back. Embellished with scallop cuffs and as well as silver buttons in the double breast style from the front, the back tails also have scallop flaps and silver buttons.
They are traditionally worn with a wing collar shirt and bow tie. Occasionally, they are worn with a Victorian collar shirt and a tie for a more contemporary look. This Prince Charlie jacket is usually made from a 15oz heavy worsted pure wool fabric.
The belt itself can be plain or patterned in brown or black leather. … But note that it is normal to wear no buckle or belt with this jacket, as the waistcoat (vest) would not lie correctly over it.
How do you wear a Prince Charlie Jacket:
They are customarily worn with a wing neckline shirt and tie. Once in a while, they are worn with a Victorian neckline shirt and a ruched tie for a more contemporary look
Sovereign Charlie coats are regularly worn with a coordinating three-button petticoat. The petticoat includes a similar degree of enhancement as the coat, with luxurious catches and silk lapels. They may likewise be worn with higher-securing five-button petticoats to supplement a ruched tie.