POSTS USING TAG 'bespoke tailoring'

The lead up to any BTBA event is always a flurry of activity and this year was no different. Tailors and cutters alike make last minute alterations to their existing garments and put the finishin... Read More
The Clifford Street Haberdashery has 11 different trouser styles for our customers to get acquainted with. Specially developed by the Trouser Cutters at the bespoke shop in Old Burlington street; ther... Read More
When I was 16 I thought I knew exactly what path to take. Without much thought I planned to finish my A levels, go to university and start a career in finance, something that's very familiar in my fam... Read More

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Belts have been a part of men’s clothing since the Bronze age. From supporting a weapon in the first World War to merely supporting your trousers at the waist, they are one of only a few accesso... Read More
Moleskin is rather unusual in a jacket, being more often used for trousers. But it works very well here, going particularly well with the brown horn buttons Read More
September 12th and the day of our British Carp Angling Championship final was finally here. The venue was the iconic Wraysbury 1, a forty five acre lake steeped in history situated a short distance fr... Read More
We’ve had quite a few requests for overcoats over the last few months. Often men leave it a little too late though – they don’t ask for the overcoat until they’re too cold not ... Read More
The work on the window at our bespoke shop is now complete and the gilding was unveiled on Friday Read More