Thanks to everyone who visited Bespoke for our Spring 2014 Oxxford Clothes trunk show. We had a fun and stylish showing, and were reminded throughout the day of the loyalty Oxxford inspires in the gents they outfit:
Just Added: Celebrate with complimentary Maker’s Mark Manhattans at 2pm, as well as complimentary shoe shines (as time permits).
Thursday, from 11am-7pm, we welcome Ric Whiting and Scott Reurup of Peter Millar to Bespoke. We will be focusing on summer-weight suits and summer blazers, like the examples above. If it’s still a little too cold for you to imagine yourself in a light wool or linen blazer, imagine yourself six weeks from now when the jacket or suit is ready. (Click through for details.)
We have a very exciting event to share with you–join us, for what will be, the very first trunk show at our new space. We will be pleased to host two of our bespoke brands at the new Wingtip (550 Montgomery St.) on Wednesday 9/19, 12pm–7pm. Oxxford Clothes, of Chicago, will set you up with what the… Read more »
It’s still a little warm to imagine actually wearing a blazer made from the incredible assortment of swatches Holland & Sherry just sent us. So, for now, we’ll just give you this gallery as a teaser. As the temperature heads south,we’ll get into the specifics of the following collections: Inter-City (worsted wool), Target (super 120s… Read more »
Five books of fresh swatches have just arrived from Oxxford. The collection includes two for lightweight suitings, one for summer jackets, one for linens and cottons, and a final book of English mohairs. In keeping with the season, these are gossamer fabrics ? most are seven to nine ounces. And absolutely gorgeous. View the full… Read more »
This past summer, we tried to introduce a new acronym into the English language, because clearly we don’t have enough of those yet. OTF came up with YGWYPF, or “you get what you pay for,” and the first subject of our scrutiny was a pair of Legoman cufflinks bought on Etsy. Today, we move up… Read more »
Who (makes these): Holland & Sherry, Dormeuil, and Scabal What (they are): Cut lengths, a.k.a. bolts of fabric, that one buys to make up into a suit, sport coat, trousers, or any piece of tailored clothing you can imagine Where (these companies are from): England, France, and Belguim, respectively Why (you should care): because… Read more »