Black Brocade VestSilver Silk BrocadeWhen your order a vest from us, we can create pretty much anything that you might have in mind. We can make regency vests, Victorian vests; we can make retro 1930s style vests or ultra modern vests, casual vests, vests for a white tie wedding.
Tropical Wool VestAny detail can be mixed and matched… So if you see a collar you like on one vest and a pockets style on another, these elements can be easily combined.
Here are some of our newest vest styles.
Some double-breasted vests with notch collars and angled buttons, a single breasted notch collar vest with a straight hem and some sketches of other ideas including a rounded collar double breasted vest and one with jetted pockets.

notch collar vest

If you have an idea that you want executed, just let us know. We can find the perfect fabric and build the perfect style.
Feel free to send us a picture of your favorite Victorian painting or a still from a film noir movie.

Write: aj@denverbespoke for more info.
Notch-Collar Double Breasted Waistcoat in Paisley

Notch-Collar Double Breasted Waistcoat in Paisley

This is one of the waistcoats that we designed to go with our early Victorian double-breasted tailcoat style.

Tailcoat with Silk Vest

We wanted a vest that would cut away straight at the hem, exposing a few inches of the waistcoat fabric when the coat was closed.
The result has proven popular both with our formal/wedding/tailcoat customers and those who want something with a bit of steampunk flair to wear out with jeans or a pair of slacks to loft parties and clubs.
The version in the first picture is one of our favorites. The fabric is an iridescent rayon brocade with a paisley design and green copper buttons. The fabric is alternately red, burgundy, wine, and brown depending on the angle at which you see it from. The vest shown with the tailcoat is made from a very fine silk brocade, also with a paisley design.

Double-Breasted Vest Open

The beauty of these vests is that one can really alter every detail. For example, we can make the same style of vest, but in a single-breasted version, or with a peaked lapel or notched (triangular hem). Another thought would be to make a shawl style collar in a contrast fabric.From the Side
Brocade Double-Breasted vests generally run about $248 when you send us your measurements or $295 with a muslin version to ensure a perfect fit (recommend when ordering the piece for a wedding or with a muslin fit suit).