With only seven seconds to make an impression that lasts a lifetime, you want to be sure you’re wearing something that puts your first foot forward. To help you get there, we’ve designed five completely customisable and made to measure shirts that are an essential investment to helping you feel comfortable and confident this Spring.
Our casual Raj shirt is the perfect addition to your wardrobe. This design, paired with a small band collar, hexagonal pocket and a half front placket mixes modern edge trends with traditional tailoring. Stylish, comfortable and made for your perfect fit, this shirt will pair great with chinos, denim or even shorts on those warm summer days.
Did you know: Raj is Sanskrit for reign and we’ve modelled this shirt after the traditional Indian menswear worn by rulers, royals etc.)
The Victorian standard shirts are a must-have for anyone wanting to embrace that informal/formal combination. With a classic large pointed collar, rounded cuffs and side pleats, this shirt looks perfect with tailored trousers or chinos for a smart business appearance. This simple yet trendy shirt is ideal for any occasion.
Did you know: First shirts can be traced back to the Victorian era as a symbol of wealth and class distinction.
The Bloomer mid shirts offer a plain placket and large curved collars to give that simple but chic cocktail attire look. Dress up and impress with a tailored suit, tie and dress shoes. For a less formal look, style with jeans, a blazer and closed-toed shoes.
Did you know: In the 1850s, women’s rights activist, Amelia Bloomer, ditched the tight corsets and heavy petticoats worn under their skirts for comfortable men’s wear
Invited to a formal dinner party? The Edward luxury range is tailored to an extra slim fit and is here to turn heads. The plain placket, large collar and French cuffs give that sophisticated yet modern look. Amaze with a dark necktie, leather shoes and belt in the same colour.
Did you know: The first tuxedo was made for Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales and a fashion icon in his time.
Have your own James Bond moment with our Henry (Poole) tux designed to stand out. Initially known as the smoking jacket, the tuxedo was first introduced in the 1860s for the Prince of Wales before making its way on to the USA shortly after, where it became popular as the tuxedo we know now. The elegantly front pleated tux features large pointed collars, double French cuffs and a split yoke to give you the royal treatment that you deserve. Style it with black trousers and jacket, a satin bow tie, black socks and black formal leather shoes.
Did you know: Henry Poole was the designer of the first tuxedo.