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HMS Blazer

A predecessor to single-breasted blazer. Originally it was worn in 19th century by English oarsmen. The blazer had 3 patch pockets, with a club's coat-of-arms embroidered to the upper pocket and golden or glaze buttons. Today, it can be made with pockets with flaps, too, most often in navy blue, often with less violent buttons and no coat-of-arms.



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