POSTS USING TAG 'houndstooth'

Our flannel, two-button jacket is here paired with a white shirt, houndstooth tie and orange pocket square from the Clifford Street shop. Wear with black-banded fedora Read More
This houndstooth jacket is an old Anderson & Sheppard, in for repair - a new right pocket bag and repair to the left pocket. Notice the style details like the single button cuff and suede collar Read More
 A beautiful tan-and-blue houndstooth lambswool is used in this overcoat. It is cut in a single-breasted model, and shows some great small-scale pattern matching Read More

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The British are always so quick to complain. If it’s too cold, it’s too cold. If it’s too hot, it’s too hot. It seems we’re never happy. The Cool Wool bunch from Scabal i... Read More
We started selling these fur hats last year and they had a very strong response, so we are introducing them again this year just as it starts to get a little chillier. They are made in Iceland, by han... Read More
Many men these days prefer plain-front trousers, but I’ve always liked pleats. It creates a natural, sharp line to the front of the trouser, giving shape to the front of the garment. The Anderso... Read More
Bright scarves have been popular in the Clifford Street shop, and here an orange scarf brings a touch of hot colour to a herringbone tweed jacket - made by the tailors at Old Burlington Street. Note t... 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