Tag: British suit
Suits are the symbol of professionalism, and it has been that way for more than a century. Among the styles, the British suits are one of the most popular. In this article, we will tell you all you need to know about British suits.
Christopher Field is no stranger to the idea of craftsmanship. From a very early age, his creativity emerged in its first instance in the form of being a prolific artist. An Art Scholar at school, Christopher went on to Art College to study both painting and freehand drawing - equally at home with working on portraits and landscapes. It is with this acute eye for detail and observation that tailoring became a huge interest.
Situated on Westover Road in the heart of Bournemouth's most prestigious shopping area you will find Robert Old & Co. Founded in 1909 the store has been providing gentlemen for miles around with world’s finest clothing ever since.
Jennis & Warmann is taking the British Classic and modernising it to something cooler and smarter. We have taken the classic British Tweed fabric and put a modern twist on it by creating suits in a more refreshing, modern slim fits and classic fits and making it affordable to all. In the past, tweeds were woven with the hand to protect people from the harsh climate in Britain which were later used to sew suits, blazers and jackets. Today Jennis & Warmann is reinventing this British classic to match the present day demand but without compromising the quality of the fabric and tailoring.
roomten are an exclusive British tailors creating elegant and fitted suits. They find more people are seeking out exclusivity and comfort through our Bespoke or Made-to-Measure suits, coats and more. They specifically tailor your garment to your body, your taste and your personality. The cornerstone of their success is their ‘West End’ and ‘Mayfair’ blocks that they have developed over years to create a flattering appearance whilst still adhering to the principles of Savile Row tailoring.
Ede & Ravenscroft is London’s oldest tailor formally established in 1689 in Aldwych from where it had been operating for many years before. It was from here, amongst the many tailors, cloth merchants, robemakers, furriers, embroiderers and haberdashers that the company began its illustrious path of dressing the modern British gent.
There are three main types of suits' cut: American, British and English. And now we will explain the key differences between them. Every type has characteristics that describe it and differ from the other two types.
Helen Anthony is the new premium British marque. British in style and design and unrivalled in quality. They tailor the highest quality garments, produced from the finest leathers, yarns and wools, with unparalleled style and haute couture. The designs are contemporary, sharp and daring, yet retain the essential classic elements that make them appeal to the more discerning gentleman.