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ABOUT US

 

Others call them regatta blazers, boating blazers or simply striped blazers; we call them "blagattas"  (blazers regatta).

  They are intended to distinguish clubs, societies, schools and associations by adapting house colours to the form of a striped blazer.  

   Whilst we can produce traditional blazers in most materials, styles and fittings, our standard blagattas are in the traditional "Henley" cloth and construction.

   The shell material is a premium quality 265gsm fibre-dyed flat matt finish 70%.wool and 30% cotton blend. Our usual style is the traditional three button, single breasted front, two hip patch pockets, one left breast patch pocket plus two inner breast pockets and three button cuffs. However, individual preferences can always be catered for.

  Vents are usually omitted since they tend to spoil the drape of the stripes but exceptions are often made. Likewise, complex embroidery to the breast pocket is considered a little infra dig although a relatively simple monogram usually passes muster.

  Engraved buttons can be catered for but are subject to a minimum order quantity and hence a small premium.  

   Blagattas are available in chest sizes from 36" to 56" in 2" increments; all in the fittings of short, regular or long. By coincidence, the sizes and fittings match those of Marks & Spencer.

   Delivery times vary according to the season since the production of school blazers and summer holidays, for example, combine to form an unavoidable delay in regular blagatta production.

   That said, it normally takes 6/8 weeks to weave the cloth and a further 4/6 weeks to produce the garments.

    Please be assured that we can work together on designing the finished garment by relying on clues in existing Club ties and playing shirts, for example, or even replicating a blazer long since out of circulation.

   It only remains to remember the three-button rule from top to bottom; "sometimes, always and never".

    Your public awaits.    

 

 Please be assured that we can work together on designing the finished garment by relying on clues in existing Club ties and shirts, for example, or even replicating a blazer long since out of circulation.

 It only remains to remember the three-button rule from top to bottom; "sometimes, always and never".

 Your public awaits.    

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