Women's St Cecilia Choir Cassock
This double-breasted choir cassock has a curved collar and cuffs with contrasting piping and fabric-covered buttons.
It can be made in a colour combination of your choice.
Watts and Co. are very pleased to maintain a continued partnership with The Royal School of Church Music, offering its members 7.5% discount on any of our choir wear. We hope to extend our relationship with them for many more years to come and we aim to provide their members with the highest quality choir garments for all their needs. Please contact us with proof of your membership so we can apply the discount for you.
To order a choir cassock, please follow this step-by-step guide.
If you have any questions at all, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help.
Step 1. Choose your material
The first decision is choosing the type of material you require.
Below are some comparisons between our poly wool, and pure wool fabrics.
Our poly wool fabrics are the perfect blend of durability and comfort. As with the polyester, they are machine washable. However, their pure wool content enhances breathability, with the natural fibres giving the fabric a much nicer feel.
Our pure wool fabrics are comfortable, breathable, and will last for many years. These are ideal for warmer and cooler climates alike; they are slightly heavier than our polyester and poly wool fabrics, but far more breathable. These are a perfect investment for choirs who want to look smart and keep comfortable.
Step 2. Choose your colours
At Watts & Co. we pride ourselves in our vast range of colours and fabric choices. Below are a few of our most popular colours, however we have hundreds more to choose from. If you plan to order more than 15 cassocks in poly wool or pure wool, we are also able to offer a colour matching service and dye the fabric to your desired colour.
1719 - Mary Blue
1723 - French Navy
1727 - Apple
1715 - Forest Green
1726 - Kingfisher
1031 - Merlot
1032 - Garnet
1033 - Imperial
1015 - Royal
1011 - Air Force
Step 3. Measure your choir
The next stage is to measure your choir. The diagrams below provide a rough indication of how the relevant measurements may be taken, but we appreciate this can be quite a daunting task. We recommend that, if possible, the choir is measured by the same people for consistency, and that you refer to our size guides for additional information. If you need any help at all, please get in contact and we'll be more than happy to help.
This chart details the two main measurements you will need to take.
Step 4. Contact us
We are very happy to help along the way at any stage of the process. Whether you are just making an enquiry, or have the fabric and measurements all good to go, you can contact us via the form below or by calling +44 20 7222 7169.