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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Our latest range of shirt fabrics has just arrived into our shop for our Bespoke shirt range.

  • from 100% cotton to pure linen to mix blends we have shirts fabric options for any occasion.
  • collar and cuffs style choice tend to be the most important decision to be made here. We have a range of collar and cuff samples on display, you can choose either one of these or tweak either style to suit your needs. The three main collar styles are normal, half-cutaway or cutaway and our most popular cuff choices are generally double(French) cuff or single cuffs
  • We offer body cut choices, slim, tapered, normal or loose. So getting the perfect fit you’re after is simple.
  • We also off personal embroidery, so you can have your initials sewn into the cuffs or shirt body.
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Monthly Archives: July 2018

We have a few cloth bunches dedicated to travel use. My top pick for a travel cloth is Fresco III by Hardy Minnis England.

The latest collection of this Iconic bunch continues to offer the original Fresco fabrics as patented in 1907. The bunch has now been extended to introduce Fresco Lite, which will sit alongside all of the traditional variations. Fresco Lite is available in 36 plain colours. This 9oz cloth has a lightweight smooth handle while retaining all the performance and wrinkle resistance of the original Fresco cloths. Now more than ever the Fresco collection is “The ultimate Travel Suit”.

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Monthly Archives: July 2018

The debate of the perfect jacket sleeve length will go on forever but in my option it is personal taste. For myself I like to go with a shorter sleeve length so I show more shirt cuff but this is not for everyone. The most common amount of shirt cuff to be shown is approx. ½ inch. So we aim the jacket sleeve to finish at the wrist and the shirt cuff the sit just below that leaving 1/2-inch of the shirt cuff visible.

The trouser leg length is also personal taste. The classic and most common length we do is for the back of the trouser legs to sit straight to the heel and the front of the legs to have a slight break. With the narrow cut trouser legs, which are very popular these days, the trouser bottoms will sit higher up on the shoe which means the trouser legs need to be cut shorter to reduce the break at the bottom.

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