The Glen plaid check suit was established by the Countess of Seafield in the valley of Glenurquhart. The pattern made up of two dark and two light stripes alternating with four dark and four light stripes became her estate's signature tweed. It wasn't until the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) visited her estate and commissioned his tailor to remake the check, that it became known as the Prince of Wales check. It was then popularised by his grandson, the stylish Duke of Windsor (Edward VIII) and has been worn by royals alike since.
The Canali prince of wales blazer features single-breasted with 2 buttons, lateral vents, flap pockets, breast welt pockets.
Available in Regular & Long fit
Made in Italy