POSTS USING TAG 'cotton'

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
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

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The Blazer as we know it today has a naval connection having been named after the Captain of HMS Blazer (c.1845) dressed his crew in jackets of blue and white stripes. The term ‘Blazer’ to... Read More
This is a new cloth exclusive to Anderson & Sheppard that we have been developing for a while. It is a particularly lustrous black, which we think will work wonderfully in evening clothes. We worked w... Read More
On Thursday I will be displaying my work to qualify for my Savile Row Bespoke diploma; in order to gain my SRB diploma I will have to prove that I can make a jacket from start to finish.Two Savile Row... Read More
I began wearing braces relatevity recently. Having had a number of suits now, I have always supported the trousers by having side adjusters. Out of all the ways of keeping trousers supperted by the wa... Read More
A tweed made especially for Anderson & Sheppard is here worked into a strongly coloured combination, with the orange cloth's purple overcheck picked up in the melton of the collar, and complimented by... Read More