There has been much talk about the details of a men’s shirt since the Wall Street Journal published an article, this week, highlighting the subtleties that constitute a quality men’s shirt. Men, and women, who appreciate bespoke tailoring may already be familiar with the intricacies ranging from cuff to collar and yoke to gusset. They are also familiar with the cost of such quality details.
Turnbull & Asser is best known for classic English tailoring and has dressed the Prince of Wales and Winston Churchill. More contemporary clients include, Sean Connery and Christian Louboutin (do you think he lines his suits in red?). As one might expect even off the rack merchandise is pricey. Shirts can easily run above $350.
Exceptionally good shoppers, however, know that the store has a great sale twice a year: January and July. Discounts on Winter merchandise is currently 50% off while some items are even reduced more. In the past we have seen $100 shirts and $50 ties.
There is still an abundant amount of merchandise and the same runs until the end of the month.
We are completely intrigued by this shirt making video on the T&A site. It’s footage of their shirt factory and although the video drones on it’s impossible to stop watching.
Contact: Michael 212-752-5700