It’s no secret that when it comes to shirt making, T.M. Lewin have a thing or two to say on the subject. They’ve been using the same traditional Jermyn Street shirt making techniques for over 114 years, helping ladies and gents across the UK find the perfect dress shirt with the ideal fit for them.
But this autumn/winter they’re introducing a new casual range to their already impressive shirting arsenal. And from what we’ve seen, we can confirm that they’re on to an absolute winner once again.
Rich autumnal colours in a wide range of plaids, ginghams and micro-checks, made from soft-to-the-touch washed cottons and flannels are the order of the day – perfect for anyone’s weekend look. Incorporating co-ordinating cuffs and collars with lock-stitched buttons, the new range still features all the usual trappings of a T.M. Lewin shirt; great fit in the body and chest without sacrificing sleeve length or collar width; quality materials and construction; plus supreme attention to detail.
Pair them with jeans or chinos, jumpers or cardigan, blazers or button down vests and you won’t go wrong this AW12.
They’re available at selected T.M. Lewin stores nationwide from 15th September 2012 and start from £32.50