Celtic Gent Brown Tweed Tailored Fit Sports Jacket
Sport this beautifully tailored and versatile Celtic Gent jacket with golden accents for a flawless look all year round. Full of well-designed details, functional-features and crafted in hardwearing wool cloth.
Its timeless quality makes this blazer jacket well worth investing in if you have a penchant for classic, but want a perfect slim fit. Perfect for those days when it’s too warm for a coat but you don’t want to leave home without one.
- Stunning two button closing jacket
- Epaulettes on shoulders
- Contrast under collar
- Darted for fit, on front
- Centre back vent
- 2 Flap pockets
- Breast pocket
- Traditional Irish button,
- 3 Button Cuff Detail
- Interior pockets
- Satin lining and piping on interior of jacket
An Introduction to Oscar Wilde
Born on October 16, 1854 in Dublin, Irish writer Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde was born on October 16, 1854 in Dublin, Ireland. He was best known for the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray and the play The Importance of Being Earnest, as well as for his infamous arrest and imprisonment for being gay. Upon his graduation in 1874, Wilde received the Berkeley Gold Medal as Trinity's best student in Greek, as well as the Demyship scholarship for further study at Magdalen College in Oxford. At Oxford, Wilde continued to excel academically, receiving first class marks from his examiners in both classics and classical moderations. It was also at Oxford that Wilde made his first sustained attempts at creative writing. In 1878, the year of his graduation, his poem "Ravenna" won the Newdigate Prize for the best English verse composition by an Oxford undergraduate. He became a lecturer and travelled extensively in America. Oscar Wilde sued the Marquis de Queensburg for libel, lost, and wound up in jail for gross indecency because of his homosexuality. He died in France in Nov 30th 1900.