Stuggling for gift ideas for your golfing sons this Christmas. Take a look at the Autumn collection from British fashion brand Joseph Garratt, aimed at 7-12 year olds.
Joseph Garratt has launched its Autumn 2015 range of original garments at www.josephgarratt.com. The first collection is aimed at boy golfers aged 7 to 12 years, and includes Trousers, Plus Twos, Jumpers, Hats and Socks.
With Scottish-made garments, plus fabrics woven in England at the heart of the collection, golfers can be reassured that they are buying quality British clothing with an emphasis on quality and style, inspired by ‘old school’ cut and cloth with a modern feel.
Thoughtful details such as adjustable waists and unfinished hems allow for growing room. High -quality technical cloth is a feature of the range, as are attention to detail and practical ingenuity for performance, comfort and style on the golf course.
Joseph Garratt Trousers avoid the boredom of neutral or black, or the shrillness of attention-seeking neon. Instead, tartans and attractive solid hues convey assured confidence with a superior cut and stitching on cloth which has been designed in Great Britain exclusively for Joseph Garratt.
Joseph Garratt Plus Twos are offered (pictured above) to discerning golfers who like the quirkiness of the quintessential British look. These can be teamed with Joseph Garratt long cotton Socks, available in two colours. The Plus Twos portray a fearless and independent image for serious golfers who like to stand out from the crowd.
With a selection of Socks and Woolly Hats completing its first collection, Joseph Garratt dresses the young male golfer in tasteful, confident, distinctive and authentically British-looking new styles this autumn.
Joseph Garratt is a family-run business, managed by Maria Healy.
After a fruitless 2014 search for a stand-out pair of trousers for her son to wear in a golf event, Maria attempted to make her own, even enrolling on an evening class to get help.
“I wanted him to look smart for the occasion and there really was nothing out there that caught my eye” she said. “So I thought – let’s have a go at making our own and see where it takes us!”
The company has been named after Maria’s father, and she admits that she has inherited his need to ‘make’ and ‘do’ after growing up in a childhood home littered with handmade tables and desks, tea trays and jewellery boxes. “I wanted a strong name, a name that would stand the test of time. His name was a natural choice. For me, it portrays a gimmick-less image which mirrors our garments. It is a name which I hope will, in time, become associated with timeless values such as British resilience, the promotion of independent thinking, and good choices.
“I believe that our sport stands for style and respect, as well as flair and individuality, and I am proud to bring these values to junior golf with the new Joseph Garratt collection”.
All pieces in the collection can be bought online at www.josephgarratt.com