The Regulation kilt doublet is a typically black double-breasted jacket with satin peaked lapels, buttoned cuffs, and epaulettes, similar to the Prince Charlie Jacket and vest. The Regulation Doublet pre-dates the Prince Charlie and is cut like a mess jacket. The doublet has Inverness skirts/flaps at the front and back. The Regulation doublet was at one time the regulation uniform jacket of the Highland regiments, and is worn with a three-button waistcoat made from the same cloth as the jacket.
The Regulation Doublet is another one of Scotland's more traditional Highland Dress garments. It is not as popular as the Prince Charlie but is certainly still a common choice for many kilt wearers, especially those with regimental links.
This is a fantastic garment, and as with the Prince Charlie, it is available in 3 different stock colours- Black, Navy and Bottle Green.