POSTS USING TAG 'patch pockets'

In my last post here on The Notebook I talked about the ways in which you can wear tailoring casually – it’s not all about business suits.The jacket above is another good example of tailor... Read More
Last week I talked about the inspiration for my entry in this year’s Golden Shears competition: a three-piece outfit comprising pink moleskin breeches, burgundy woollen waistcoat and grey herrin... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
We had the opportunity to visit the Soho Revue Gallery in Greek Street where “Artists: Artisans”, the collaborative exhibition between Savile Row apprentices and recent fashion graduates f... Read More
In time for Spring we have taken stock of some new ties. We have long been known for our classic Anderson & Sheppard designs, and in the Bespoke shop are really pleased with our new collection. While ... 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 great way to bring freshness to a favourite jacket is the simple addition of a pretty pocket square. We have an ever changing eclectic mix from very fine lawn mosaics to Indian cottons and wool/silk... Read More
Friday 30th July saw the Bespoke Tailors Benevolent Association Summer Party take place at the Merchants Taylor's Hall in the City. Along with the BTBA Dinner, the Summer Party is held every... Read More