Claret Black White Striped Blazer Cloth
The first “blazers” were worn by student members of the Lady Margaret boat club at Cambridge. Joking reference to a “blaze of colour” was also applied to brightly striped boating jackets worn by English University cricket, tennis and rowing teams during the 1880’s. These days, just as fitting for a drink at the pub or on the deck of a cruise ship.
Abraham Moon was founded in 1837 and is one of the last remaining vertical woollen mills in Great Britain, with a reputation for consistent quality and innovative design.
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