Styling

The Tweed Suit

“Real luxury is understanding quality, and having the time to enjoy it.”- G. Bruce Boyer

The genuine, British style tweed suit is generally worn on rare opportunities in the UK, such as horse race meetings and shooting parties. This is because the suit is normally heavy, rough and stiff, meaning it’s superb at keeping out cold wind, rain, mist or even frost.

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Tying a Bow Tie

It’s a new era in fashion - there are no rules.” – Alexander McQueen 

A bow tie is an item that every gentleman needs in his accessory drawer – they may be different, but they will definitely help you grab complimentary attention. 

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Folding a Shirt: A Guide to Expert Presentation

"Elegance is not standing out, but being remembered" – Giorgio Armani

The modern shirt has a long history, though its present form only began to take shape at the end of the nineteenth century. Folding a shirt can be seen as an art, and gentlemen must master this in order to portray elegance.

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Winter Warmers

“Fashion’s fade, style is eternal” – Yves Saint Laurent

A thick woollen sweater is an essential element in any gentleman’s wardrobe. Whether it’s for wrapping up warm in the comfort of your own home or for protection against the sharp, icy winds, the sweater is an all round crucial item that all men will become thankful for. There are three main styles of sweater that will help to keep you warm and toasty; these consist of The Irish Aran, The British Army and the Fleur De Lys sweater.

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Are you having the wool pulled over your eyes?

Does your tailor really make your suit? You may be surprised to find that only a handful of places actually manufacture suits in the UK. We're one of them.