Originally Posted by baba booey
I am not directly familiar with fit, but heard it is more tailored than Albam. I was considering ordering directly from them when their Spring line is released on their site.
Speaking of Heritage Research, it seems they also have generous sizing. I take a medium in most everything and can get wear smalls based on some of their measurements. Have you experienced the same? I only have the shawl collar deck sweater but am ordering the Fausto Coppi jacket and the Flyer Jacket.
I've only bought two overshirts - the Yukon and the USN, both in large, but they're very snug on my 42.5 chest.
Originally Posted by zissou
I recently discovered Cro' Jack
, which seems to produce solid, British-made garments. The prices seem pretty reasonable as well. Their website is pretty lousy, but if you Google it, you'll come up with some webshops. Triads
has a bunch of stuff for half off.
I was looking at this on Triads site - looks good.
Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy
I would add Brady Bags. They are still made in the UK with top materials (unlike Barbour bags which are now made in Asia). No one makes a better bag of it's kind.
Not familiar with Brady. My wife bought me a couple of Bill Ambergs' canvas & leather bags for my recent birthday and they're beautifully made: www.billamberg.co.uk
- I must post some pics soon.
Originally Posted by Ritchee
I don't know who is the best but they are carried by oipolloi and end clothing.
Universal Works is carried by quite a few stores - I've used www.danieljenkins.co.uk