POSTS USING TAG 'linen'
Now that Spring is upon us we move from our cosy wool and tweeds to our soft cottons and linens.Our tobacco linen work jacket is worn with our crew neck cotton sweater, linen shirt, elasticated platte... Read More
One of my favourite fabrics to work with is linen; its firm almost tacky texture makes it easy to manipulate and mould. Although it can be tricky at times, particularly when the weave is loose.This pa... Read More
We love pink on men in the Summer.View all our our Pink Pieces in our online shop here Read More
As mentioned by Matthew, our trimmer Michael has been away so the task of trimming over the past month therefore fell to us. When I was first welcomed to Anderson & Sheppard; jacket trimming was somet... Read More
The Clifford Street Haberdashery will soon be available to shop online.  We have been working on the new site for several months and all look forward to showing customers a selection of what is a... Read More
The quality of a linen shirt can often be dependent upon growing conditions and the way the linen is harvested. In order to generate the longest fibres, the flax is either hand harvested by removing t... Read More
While it might be a litte late to order your summer garments for this year, here is a short guide to summer cloth:Lightweight wool: If a suit is made with a light weight merino wool it has a great abi... Read More
These are among a few of my favourite seersucker and linen cloths from the Solbiati collection we’re offering at the moment. I particularly like the range on offer: the seersuckers go from stand... Read More
We have a greater range of summer cloths this year, with a particular range from Solbiati selected to hang in longer lengths on the rails. The great advantage of this is that customers can drape them ... Read More
In my last post here on The Notebook I talked about the ways in which you can wear tailoring casually – it’s not all about business suits.The jacket above is another good example of tailor... Read More
Men today wear fewer and fewer suits in the office, and I can understand that this could make bespoke tailoring seem less relevant. But the value is just as great in having an odd jacket made and wear... Read More