While the “city of dreaming spires” might be known for architecture, academia and old-school elegance, it’s also got a seriously modern vibe with a great live music scene, incredible bars and a stellar selection of men’s shops...
27 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford
Oxfordshire, OX1 2HU
01865 511 212
Monday - Saturday 9am - 5.30pm
Bank holidays open normal hours 9am - 5.30pm
Out of hours appointments can be arranged
Meet the Staff
1. Minute Q&A
Why did you become a tailor?
“Clothes and fashion have always been a love of mine. So moving into tailoring was the next step and it’s great to see a client enjoy what you’ve designed and created.”
Why do you love Clements and Church?
“Being a part of young, fresh brand like Clements and Church is amazing. Knowing that we have so much to look forward to in the future as we grow is exciting for all of us.”
Which man (alive or dead) wore a suit the best?
“David Beckham is a massive style icon as we all know, but I also think Ryan Gosling wears a suit very well too. Chris Pine can pull off the Double Breasted look.”
What's your ultimate style tip?
“My style tip would have to be also have clean shoes. Look after your shoes as much as you can, rotate them to prolong the life.”
Our picks in Oxford
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 277162
You’d be hard-pressed to miss this round, neoclassical beauty. Built to house the Radcliffe Science Library 1737 to 1749, it now serves as a reading room for the University of London’s Bodleian Library. There are daily tours for a glimpse of the stunning interior.
Oxford OX1 3AZ
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 277299
Built from 1664 to 1669, this was Christopher Wren’s second work, designed as the location for the graduation ceremonies of Oxford University students - a purpose it is still used for today. If you have a head for heights, you can climb into the cupola for a 360 degree view.
Bridge of Sighs
New College Lane
Oxford OX1 3BL
Tel: +44 (0) 01865 686430
Named due to the supposed similarity to the famous Bridge of Sighs in Venice, this skyway was built in 1914 and joins two parts of Hertford College over New College Lane. While only students can gain access, it’s a picturesque place to let your inner tourist enjoy a selfie.
The Ashmolean Museum
Oxford OX1 2PH
Tel: +44 (0)1865 278015
Erected in 1678 to1683 to house the curiosities Elias Ashmole donated to the University of Oxford in 1677, this was the world’s first university museum. Today it has an impressive collection of artistic and archaeological artefacts, including a death mask of Oliver Cromwell.