Bespoke shirts by Thomas Pink

Thomas Pink invites you to discover a shirt as distinctive as the gentleman who wears it. Attention to detail and appreciation for the finest materials are part and parcel of our Personally Pink service. Personally Pink now offers a choice of more than 200 fabrics from the best mills in the world. Their made in the UK service delivers an immaculate shirt in three weeks.

Bespoke shirts by Thomas Pink

In store, they only measure collar, cuff, sleeve length, body size and body length. They offer a variety of shirt options in three shirt blocks which are customised to your unique measurements. Pink shirts offer a wide range of collar styles, from Semi Cutaway (the most popular choice) to the Extreme Cutaway (the very definition of statement styling). Their shirts are made using traditional methods. The collar alone is composed of up to 14 different pieces and every collar is hand turned.

Final Details include a choice of buttons and thread colour, monogramming and collar bones - for the ultimate personal touch.

Personalised options available:
Collar Bones
Button Type (Standard Mother of Pearl*)

Bespoke shirts by Thomas Pink

Thomas Pink has partnered with a renowned Italian mill, Albini to offer a wide selection of premium fabrics woven in Italy and constructed from long staple cotton flax. The raw materials are sourced from the world's finest cotton and flax growers in places as far-flung as West Indies, Egypt and Normandy. The majority of their fabrics are designs from the Albini archive of Thomas Mason.

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