POSTS USING TAG 'scarf'

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
It’s been an exciting few weeks, with the Clifford Street shop opening at last. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by how busy the street is and by the reaction to the window displays. When w... Read More

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This is a dress coat for a hunt ball. You can tell because the lapel is white – on an actual hunting coat the lapel would be red. The collar varies depending on the hunt the wearer belongs to. T... Read More
These cotton indigo pocket squares and neckerchiefs have just arrived at the Haberdashery and are available in a range of prints and patterns.Indigo dye has been used dating as far back as 2000 B... 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
I am an apprentice coat maker at Anderson & Sheppard.  I have grown up around tailoring; my granddad has been a tailor for most of his life so I have always had the opportunity to see what it inv... Read More
At this time of year we start to see a real shift with what is being ordered or coming back to us after a fitting. It might be the middle of summer but we are often working on garments that will be wo... Read More