Journal

The Style Counsel

We’re cut from the same cloth as our customers; we enjoy watching the big game, a day at the races and a nice cold beer - so you can trust we won’t lead you astray, sartorially speaking

The Made to Measure Process
The Made to Measure Process
You can trust us to make you look good and make your made to measure experience easy. We take you through the process from selecting your fabric, cut, lining and adding personal details.
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How to sew a button
How to sew a button
Learn how to sew on a button in the unlikely event that one falls off your shirt or suit & you can’t sweet talk your wife, girlfriend or mother into sewing it on for you. Most men have someone in their life that can sew a button on if it falls off; that person is probably your wife, girlfriend or mother. In the event that a button does fall of your suit or shirt and you can’t sweet talk on...
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How to wear one suit, four ways
How to wear one suit, four ways
When we refer to wool in the context of tailoring, we are usually referring to the wool from Merino sheep.
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From fibre to fabric
From fibre to fabric
Ever wondered how wool becomes fabric?  Our good friends at Reda have produced this video showing the process.
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9 - 5 Menswear Essentials
9 - 5 Menswear Essentials
Timeless pieces form the building blocks of a man’s wardrobe. Whatever the office dress code, a great suit is a versatile investment in style. Mix and match suit jackets and trousers to create an entirely new look and use accessories to dress it up, or down, depending on the occasion.
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Steven Adams - suited for success
Steven Adams - suited for success
We fitted basketball star Steven Adams with his first tailor-made suit, just before his departure to the United States where he is making a name for himself playing in the NBA.
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Italian Footwear Collection
Italian Footwear Collection
Italians are as famous for their footwear as they are for their fabrics, so when it came time to develop our first footwear collection, we naturally called on the Italians to help us out.
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Best dressed for business
Best dressed for business
Just as companies have different business models, they also have different dress codes. Here our some tips on how to dress the part.
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The architecture of tailoring
The architecture of tailoring
Contributing writer Michael Whittaker muses on the similarities between architecture and tailoring. "Any work of design worth a damn should look good and work well.
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W is for Wool
W is for Wool
When we refer to wool in the context of tailoring, we are usually referring to the wool from Merino sheep.
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