OUR HEAD TAILORS SHARE THEIR TIPS FOR THE SEASON
Matt on tie knots “The four in hand knot makes for a narrow, asymmetrical and more discreet tie knot. It is best suited to a dress shirt and can accommodate most widths and textures of neckwear” Lee on Tie knots: The Windsor Knot. The Windsor knot is named after the stylish Duke of Windsor. It's a knot that is normally worn with a cut away or wide spread collar, as it is a fat knot or you could also use the half Windsor which is a more modern knot and smaller. Either can be worn to any event. But a very popular and British style.
Richard on winter layers: In winter, you’ll need to bundle up against the cold weather but still be able to dress down to a comfortable office temperature. Winter dress coats are a must, such as a pea coat which can cover your suit, keep you warm, and look great with a scarf. Dress in layers for additional weather protection.
Ian on Event Etiquette: Always check the dress codes on the invitation to avoid being impolite. Lounge suits refers to a suit worn with a shirt and tie; Black tie requires a white dress shirt, black bow tie and an evening suit or jacket.
Jason on Waistcoats Since the world cup it seems that waistcoats are a new invention! It was actually first introduced in to the English court by Charles the second in 1666 and before the invention of the wrist watch- it was a garment that was also used to hold your pocket watch. Wearing a waistcoat is an excellent way to turn a standard 2-piece suit in to an outfit of style and luxury, especially for special occasions such as weddings
Billy on Braces: Using Braces with your Garment can give you that classic elegant look and also allows to give your trousers a clean finish. You can also use braces in a tone or print to match your tie to finish your outfit.
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WE ARE ARTISAN: FERLA
SPOKEN FOR: THE TRUE MEANING OF BESPOKE
Meet Paolo Ferla at the Clements and Church Spoken For event
On 14th and 15th November we will be hosting luxury cloth house Ferla at two very special events in London and Birmingham. Limited-cut lengths of Ferla’s most beautiful cloths will be available for guests to select. Owner Paolo Ferla will be our guest of honour. Please contact your head tailor for further details.