POSTS USING TAG 'windowpane check'

A tweed made especially for Anderson & Sheppard is here worked into a strongly coloured combination, with the orange cloth's purple overcheck picked up in the melton of the collar, and complimented by... Read More
A finished fawn, single-breasted tweed jacket in windowpane check. The checks are in a rather nice combination of blue and turquoise. Three patch pockets, the hip pockets having flaps as well Read More
This is an unusual double-breasted jacket in a shetland tweed. It is a medium blue with a dark blue windowpane check. Nice to show the pattern matching across the ticket and hip pockets Read More

OTHER POSTS OF INTEREST
An indigo silk herringbone jacket, in for repair, with a good suggestion of denim to it. Black horn buttons give it a very chic look Read More
I’ve gradually been mastering the sewing on of a collar, ready for a fitting, over the past few weeks. Overall, the making of a fitting (such as the basting shown above) had improved to the stag... Read More
A lesser explored aspect of bespoke tailoring is that of garment finishing. Once a customer has had his first fitting the garment is sent back to his coat maker. From this point onwards the garment is... Read More
We mentioned in a previous post that Anderson & Sheppard dressed Bryan Ferry for his current tour, and he kindly invited us along to the concert in London.Following the discussion on that post of the ... 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