POSTS USING TAG 'odd jacket'

Myself and Finnan started learning to cut coats properly just before Christmas. Mr Hitchcock began by showing us the basics and a few weeks later we’re beginning to get the hang of aspects of it... 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

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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
Looking at previous blog posts it appears that we have no information on the side seams. This is probably because it is not as photogenic as some of the other processes however it is just as important... Read More
As a client consultant for Anderson & Sheppard, I’m frequently asked by customers for advice on cloth and colour. Judging how adventurous someone wants to be is key to the job, but you do find m... Read More
For the last 18 months Matthew, Max and I have been working on completing our ABC Level 3 diploma in bespoke tailoring.The course consists of two main units:Unit one deals mainly with various working ... Read More
If you’re getting to know us more now you’ll know that we really enjoy the idea of colour. With our 100% cotton jumpers they are no exception to the rule. Beaming in a host of tones they a... Read More