Bagutta shirts

Bagutta is an Italian brand, which specialises in shirts. It was founded by Pino Gavazzeni in 1975; nowadays it belongs to CIT Spa. Bagutta shirts are manufactured in Italy. They feature thin troca buttons (without shanks), single-needle stitching (but it’s not the best example of this tecnhique), fused collars with removable collar stays, gussets (not always), split yokes (not always). No hand-stitching. Sleeves are sewn on as usual. Stiitch density: 6-7 stitches per 1 cm.

Bagutta shirts

The brand uses 100% cotton, 100% linen, cotton+polyamide and linen+cotton fabrics. The quality of these fabrics varies; sometimes it’s not impressive at all, but sometimes the fabrics are very good. Some Bagutta shirts are made of David & John Anderson shirtings (sometimes even certified Sea Island, sometimes extra-long staple cotton from Egypt). It must be added that Bagutta offers easy care shirts with non-chemical treatment (Perfect line). Weaves: poplin, royal oxford, twill, denim.

Bagutta shirts are offered in solid colours (white, blue, grey, black) and various patterns (checks, stripes, dots; sometimes very bold patterns like large paisley, flowers or fancy prints). Collar styles: cutaway, button-down, spread, semi-spread. Sizes: 38 – 44 cm. (= 15 – 17.5 in). Extra slim fit, slim fit, classic fit. Short and long sleeves.

You can buy Bagutta shirts at,, (only Russia) or in Bagutta boutiques in Milan (or at Prices start approximately at 100 EUR (incl. VAT). Sometimes Bagutta shirts are put on sales (up to 70% off).

Bagutta troca button

Bagutta troca reverse

Bagutta shirt - fragment Bagutta shirt. Troca buttons, single-needle stitched seams and armhole.

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