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SWEATSHIRTS AND JACKETS

Adidas Vintage, £35


The North Face Atmosphere Rain Jacket, £95

Carhartt WIP College Script Sweatshirt, £60 Also available in other colours

USA Sweatshirt, £28 In orange and charcoal, sizes S-XL Also available in other colours

Farah Vintage Cyril Sweatshirt in Blue, £35 Also available in other colours


Huf Raglan top, Blue, £29

Huf Raglan top, Red, £29

Lightning Bolt Mirror Dusk T-Shirt, £25


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Crushed beetles – badly made suit button holes.


Seam bespoke shirt, Seam bespoke Classic Dinner Jacket, Classic Brogues by Loake, Patent lace-ups by Loake, Seam bespoke suit trousers


Seam bespoke Classic Suit Jacket Style number: 34652, Fabric code: SP94287

Seam bespoke Classic Dinner Jacket Style number: 827384, Fabric code: 82930

Seam bespoke everyday shirt Style number: SH928, Fabric code: BL9921

Seam bespoke everyday shirt Style number: SH911, Fabric code: GR1271


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HOW TO FOLD your

N E W seam S H I R T

Step 1: Lay crisp, ironed shirt out on a flat surface

Step 2: Turn shirt around, and fold one sleeve across to the centre of shirt

Step 3: Repeat with other sleeve, overlapping the two

Step 4: Fold the bottom of shirt up to the top, and turn over


New Balance trainers, Herchelll Miss America bag, Seam Bespoke shirt, Classic Brogues by Loake, Blue denim jeans


Huf Raglan top, £29 Available in other colours

Lightning Bolt Mirror Dusk T-Shirt, £25

Huf graphic triange T-Shit, £30

Huf Raglan top, £29 Available in other colours


THE BROGUE ne w in this month

Classic brogues by Loake, made in England Available in sizes : UK 5- 13 ÂŁ160, Fully leather lined


Patent Leather Loake lace-ups £155

New Balance trainers, £45

Common Projects laced, suede shoes £320

Nike Janoskis £50


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GLOSSARY tailoring ter ms

Baby – stuffed cloth pad on which the tailor works his cloth.

Banger – piece of wood with

handle, used to draw out steam and smooth cloth during ironing.

Balance – adjustment of back

Gorge – where the collar is attached Jeff – a small master: one who cuts out his garments and also makes them up.

Kill – a spoiled job that has to be thrown away.

and front lengths of a jacket to harmonise with the posture of a particular figure

Kipper – a tailoress. So called because

Balloon – having a balloon – a week

Log…on the log – piecework: the

without work or pay

Baste – garment roughly assem-

they sought work in pairs to avoid unwelcome advances. traditional and complex system of paying out-workers.

bled for first fitting.

Mangle – sewing machine

Basting – tacking with long stitch-

Mungo – cloth cuttings, which by cus-

es to hold garment parts together.

Board – tailor’s workbench. Bundle – components of jacket or trousers bundled together for making-up.

Cat’s face – a small shop opened

tom the tailor used to retain to sell to a rag merchant for a little extra income.

Pig – an unclaimed garment. Rock of eye – rule of thumb: using

instinct born of experience, rather than a scientific cutting system

by a cutter starting out on his own.

Scye – the armhole: from ‘arm’s eye’

Coat – jacket. (Only potatoes have

Small seams – warning call when

jackets, it used to be said)

Crib – large scrap of cloth left over

from a job, usually enough to make a pair of trousers or a skirt.

Crushed beetles – badly made button holes.

someone being discussed enters workroom.

Whipping the cat – travelling round and working in private houses: common practice in old days when a tailor would be given board and lodging while he made clothes for a family and their servants.


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38” 40”

82.0 83.0

Trousers

32

34

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42

Seat

107.0 112.0 117.0 122.0 127.0 132.0

Thigh

67.5 69.5 71.5 73.5 75.5 77.5

Hem

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45

46

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Fabric Code

TAILORED OVERCOAT

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CLASSIC JACKET

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