Traditional Jermyn Street bespoke shirts

Traditional Jermyn Street bespoke shirts from Bespoke Shirts by The Sartorial Executive

By: Bespoke Shirts by The Sartorial Executive  18/07/2009
Keywords: bespoke shirts

Visit Jermyn Street, Savile Row and their environs then you will find many companies selling Bespoke Shirts. A few make themselves in their own workshops - Frank Foster, Sean O'Flynn and Budd to name a few. Some, Turnbull & Asser for example, make in factories away from London (T&A have thir factory down the road from me, in Glouceter). The rest will use others to make their shirts - usually Russel & Hodge or Rayner & Sturges. These are some of the est shirtmakers in the UK. Take for instance Emma Willis, a winner of many accolades for her shirts (these are made by the same workshops as ours; traditional shirt making workshops for 90 years making for the most demanding clients in the City of London and Mayfair).

These shirt makers are true to the traditional Jermyn Street style - fine high quality Italian and Swiss cottons; high quality single needle tailoring; un-fused collars, cuffs and plackets; mitred split yokes; generous long tails with gussets; full pattren matching on gauntlets, plackets, sleeve heads, pockets (where fitted) and collars.

For those living locally to London theyt are spoiled for choice when looking for a quality English made bespoke shirt. Outside of London there are a few quality shirt companies. For those living in the Cotswolds, Birmingham, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Oxford areas thre is the Sartorial Executive - traditional English made bespoke shirts. 

The Sartorial Executive - Fine English Shirts
01684 878195


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