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When To Wear The Silk Square

Silk appears in menswear in socks, scarves, neckties, trimmings on dinner jackets and trousers, dressing gowns, (occasionally) in suits and odd jackets, and sometimes in jacket breast pockets where it can elevate the day’s clothing to another level...

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  • Bayolea Conditioning Shave Cream

    by Penhaligon's

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  • Opus 1870 Bath & Shower Gel

    by Penhaligon's

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  • Opus 1870 Eau De Toilette

    by Penhaligon's

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  • Dark Blue Oxfords

    by G. J. Cleverley

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  • Kiltie Slipons

    by G. J. Cleverley

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  • Burgundy Derby Shoes

    by G. J. Cleverley

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  • Fingerless Driving Gloves

    by Merola Gloves

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  • Peccary Driving Gloves

    by Merola Gloves

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  • Gentleman's Fragrance Collection

    by Penhaligon's

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Merino Wool Argyle Socks

Comfortable sized over the calf argyle patterned Bresciani socks that are perfect companions to flannel and corduroy trousers. Soft Australian merino wool is mixed with 10% nylon for shape retention and knitted in Italy with a higher density of yarn

Deerskin & Shearling Gloves

Handsome two-toned gloves with a dark brown shearling palm, a shearling lined mustard deerskin back and outside stitched seams. Wear them with your sheepskin or leather jacket. Hand sewn in Italy by Merola Gloves, the 125 year old firm that makes glo

Tubular Belts, Calf

The apex of the beltmaker’s art is the tubo, an unlined piece of leather rolled into a tube, pressed flat and sewn closed (ordinary belts have the leather sewn or glued to an inexpensive backing that makes them stiff). The unlined tubo is flexi

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Combine Suede And Flannel

Neither rain nor snow is particularly kind to suede or buckskin, but on a sunny winter’s day the combination of... Read More

Ah, Gloves

You were once considered to be incorrectly dressed without a pair of gloves. Today, they are principally worn for warmth, with the number of places where their absence may be frowned upon limited... Read More