To browse my etsy shop, click on the link to the right of the page.
Most of my shirts are custom-made to the requirements of a particular wearer. I know it can seem daunting to put together a shirt from scratch – if you are thinking of starting that conversation, rest assured that I am always happy to discuss and won’t pressure or hurry you.
The fabric I use is by Liberty of London. Liberty was established in 1875 and has been producing high-quality fabrics ever since. The company is famous for its prints – it produces a huge range, from heritage arts and crafts and art nouveau designs to brand new, often quirky modern prints. I mostly work with their ‘tana lawn’, which is a beautifully fine, soft pure cotton fabric with a silk-like feel. It’s a pleasure to wear!
I’m happy either to use fabrics I’ve used before (though I try not to make exactly the same shirt twice); to make suggestions based on your favourite colours and designs (if you want a blue paisley, for example, I can point you in the right direction); or if there’s a fabric you’ve spotted in the Liberty range, I’ll try and source it for you.
To make ordering simpler, I have offered 5 basic styles in the ‘custom listing’ section of my etsy shop
You can find a full description of each here:
But if you’d like a variation in those styles – say a different yoke shape – I’m happy to discuss.
There are usually a limited number of one-off sample shirts for sale in the shop. They are made to the same standard as my commissioned shirts but if you are lucky enough to find one in your size and colour, they cost less.