Edwardian Suit

The Edwardian Suit dates back to the early 20th century Britain. It is shorter, and higher-buttoned than the suit jacket men used to wear in the previous Victorian era. To read more on the Edwardian suit please click on the link to the left.

The Edwardian era is usually associated with the reign of King Edward VII, 1901-1910, in Great Britain. In fashion this era was much more casual oriented that the previous Victorian era. clothes were tailored much less constricting and had a more 'sporty' look and cut.

The so-called Edwardian Suit jacket was much shorter than the jackets worn in the Victorian era. In addition the jacket was much higher buttoned - usually 4, 5 or even 6 buttons at the front, and worn with narrow-cut trousers.