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Peaky Blinders - Stephen

1920s Peaky Blinders Stephen Costume

So in a Nutshell:-

  • Dark Grey Tweed Peaky Blinders suit
  • Fitted Burgundy wool waistcoat with fob watch pocket

  • High waisted trousers with buttons for the button braces

  • A choice of shirt styles either stripe with a detachable collar or a white shirt with small point collar

  • Two tie style choices

  • Eight Piece tweed Baker Boy style cap

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Costume Details

A more dapper Peaky Blinders style outfit, this is definitely a great suit for the character Michael Gray. The waistcoat and pocket square give the suit a less dark and moody look.

The Suit – is made from a very good quality grey wool tweed fabric that has been classically tailored in Britain. The fabric pattern is a woven grey and black stripe check, it is slightly fitted into the waist and has a small notch style collar. The perfect suit as would have been worn in Birmingham during the early 1920s

The Jacket - is single breasted and fastens with three buttons, it is also slightly fitted into the waist.

The Waistcoat - is made of a burgundy wool fabric, it has a buckle belt so you can tighten at the back to give a more fitted look, and fastens with six buttons. It has four pockets, as well as two breast pockets there are two waist pockets which are perfect to hold your fob watch.

The Trousers – are also made of the same wool tweed fabric as the jacket and are tapered into a narrow hem. They have buttons for the button braces, no clip on braces yet they don’t come in until the 1940s!

The Shirts – In Peaky Blinders the main character is seen quite often in a stripe shirt with a detachable collar and no form of tie, a great look. We have two choices of shirt, the stripe collarless cotton one with a detachable collar or a plain white shirt with a small point style collar, both are correct for the era. The detachable collar is a great look and makes you hold your head up straight, the collar can be removed for more comfort. The plain point collar shirt is much easier to wear and still has that Peaky Blinders flare especially with a bow tie.

The Bowtie – There are two choices with the black bow tie, either one that is already tied or one you tie yourself. We provide instructions on how to tie the bow tie so don’t worry no last minute panic on what to do with your tie just before you are due in the cocktail bar!

The Cravat –is made from silk/cotton. They come in various colours and patterns just choose the background colour of your choice.

The Cap –an eight piece flat cap often known as a Baker boy cap. The cap is wool tweed fully lined and has a popper on the peak to hold it down, or you could leave the popper undone for a fuller look, no razor blades.

The Fabric – are also made of the same wool tweed fabric as the jacket and are tapered into a narrow hem. They have buttons for the button braces, no clip on braces yet they don’t come in until the 1940s!


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