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1920s Summer Blazer Outfit

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  • Light tan and cream stripe blazer.

  • Tan double breasted waistcoat

  • Cream flannel trousers

  • White cotton shirt

  • Silk/Cotton cravat

  • Straw boater

Select the sizes of the shirt, trousers, boater and choice of cravat colour from the drop down menu first and then enter your hire date.
The start date you select will be the day we send the outfit out to you on a next working day delivery.

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Costume Details

This dapper 1920s summer blazer outfit would be the perfect style to wear to a Great Gatsby or Downton Abbey themed event. Just imagine yourself playing crocket on the lawn or walking around your Long Island estate sipping champagne.

The Ensemble– consists of a stripe blazer, double breasted waistcoat, cream flannel trousers, white cotton shirt, cotton/silk cravat in a colour of your choosing and a straw boater.

The Blazer - is a light tan and cream thin stripe in a light weight cotton fabric, single breasted with a small notch style collar, we add a pocket square in the top pocket that goes well with your cravat.

The Waistcoat - is double breasted with a peak style collar and adds some lovely detail to the whole outfit.

The Trousers – are a pale cream colour with two pleats at the front and turn ups. In the early 1920s the cricketers in the day changed from wearing top hats, high collars and heavy wool trousers to what was then known as ‘ideal fashion’ which would have been easy fitting flannel trousers and ‘billowing shirts’. This style of outfit then became popular with the young sporting/fashion conscious of the time.

The Shirt –is a white cotton shirt with a small point style collar, that nestles around the cravat neatly.

The Hat – is a straw boater with either a ribbon. Every well-dressed gentleman wore a hat in the 1920s and to go with the club blazer a boater was a popular choice.

The Cravat - is made from silk/cotton. They come in various colours and patterns just choose the background colour of your choice.

The Fabric – The blazer is made from a light weight cotton and is fully lined, the flannels are made from a cotton/wool mix, the shirt is cotton, the waistcoat is a wool mix, the cravat is silk/cotton and the boater a good quality straw.


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