POSTS USING TAG 'scabal'

At the beginning of June Ashley, Emily and I went on a day visit to the Bower Roebuck mill together with other members of the bespoke tailoring trade in Savile Row. The whole day allowed me to meet so... 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
In my last post on trouser style options, I mentioned the different ways of adjusting the waist: strap and buckle, belt loops or buttons. The white trousers pictured had a strap and buckle. Above is t... Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
Some great new shots of the Clifford Street shop here, including of Conor, Audie and myself (left to right, below). I hope they give everyone a sense of the place Read More
We dressed Bryan Ferry for his current tour, and he was kind enough to invite us along to see him in concert in London wearing the suits. He had six made in total, in navy and black silk.Silk is a ver... Read More
The year before last I took part in the Golden Shears. It was a great experience and I really enjoyed doing it. When the opportunity came to work on gaining a Coat making Diploma, I thought it would b... 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
As I wrote in last week's post, I entered the Golden Shears competition this year and had been working on my entry for the past few months. Here are a few details on what inspired me.I decided to make... Read More