POSTS USING TAG 'Bespoke Tailors Benevolent Association'

I was pleased to be invited to the BTBA Dinner by Mr Hitchcock but I was missing a dinner suit of my own.Thankfully, Mr Spencer, Mr Powell and Mr Haynes offered to make one for me using a perfect patt... Read More
On the evening of Wednesday 12th February, dinner suits were dusted off, bow ties were pressed and shoes were highly polished for the annual Bespoke Tailors Benevolent Association Dinner.  Held a... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
When myself and my twin brother were growing up, he always knew what he wanted to do. He knew he’d leave school at 16, go and do an apprenticeship in engineering and get into industry that way. ... Read More
Mr Hitchcock has been working with myself and Ollie recently to learn the lays for white tie – how you arrange all the various parts of the coat and waistcoat out on the cloth.While the forepart... Read More
When customers know what they want in a style, they will sometimes order many of the same model in different colours, to give themselves the greatest range of options.That was the case with the custom... Read More
Now the bulk of the work has been completed we were finally able to move into the new workroom on St George Street. We packed all our stuff up and moved the pressing machines and all our equipment ove... Read More
This most recent trip to the US was very successful. We saw a lot of customers and had a particularly large number make appointments at the last minute. We just have to cut it all now. In fact I&rsquo... Read More