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. Prices vary, depending on the amount of piping and the style of pocket, and start at £350.
If you’d like a variation in those styles – say a different yoke shape – I’m happy to discuss.
Made to Order Range
Additionally, I can make you a shirt from finest 100% cotton chambray with Liberty print accents, in any standard size from Small to XXXL. I can offer a range of styles, including my patchwork design:
You can contact me through the form on this site. I am looking forward to hearing from you!