We have returned to the historic roots of Tattersall and the result is, gentlemen, you are going to look terrific.
Consider the facts.
First, true Tattersall is essentially English, the original shirts worn at Dick Tattersall’s 18th-c. London stable.
Second, there should be nothing wishy-washy about Tattersall patterns, which were borrowed from Mr. Tattersall’s horse blankets. The colors you see here speak for themselves.
Thoroughbred Tattersall Vest (No. 6713) in 300 gram merino lambswool fabric from the famed Abraham Moon Mill. Against a cream ground, offset checks of red and black are laid in even squares. Classic waistcoat style. Three welt pockets. Rounded lapel. Button front. Bemberg-lined at back for easy on and off. Vented at sides. Adjustable back strap. Faux horn buttons.