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Our seasonal exclusive shirts are made in England in very limited quantities with unique materials and patterns designed by Turnbull & Asser
Leading the resurgence of the modern classic aesthetic, we have taken inspiration from London’s yesteryear to create the new Autumn/Winter ’17 collection, Mayfair Tales.
It’s not just the material or fit that dictate a shirt's style - it's the finishing details, from the top of the neck to the sleeve’s end.
Attention to detail means our ties are unlike any others. Formed from three sections – the blade, the gusset and the under end – they are hand-stitched in England by skilled sewers using premium, exclusive silks and indestructible bonded thread.
This year we are delighted to be able to bring our bespoke experts to you through a series of international trunk shows.
There can be few experiences more satisfying than the quiet pleasure of wearing a crisply laundered shirt that has been made for you and you alone.
A T&A shirt is made from 34 individual pieces of fine cloth and 13 iridescent mother-of-pearl buttons. Rigorous quality checks are carried out at all stages of the manufacturing process to ensure the finished product is of the highest possible quality.
Our shirts use extra-long Egyptian cotton in soft yet strong two-fold compositions; we have also introduced luxurious West Indian Sea Island cotton – the rarest in the world – to ready-to-wear. Before cutting, each piece of cloth is extensively examined for flaws.
Made from highest grade of Egyptian cotton, Sea Island Quality shirts are a supremely soft line that's more readily available than West Indian Sea Island cotton.
Using only ultra-long staple cotton, our shirts shun weak single thread counts in favour of soft yet resistant two-Fold 100 to two-Fold 200 constructs.
Poplin cotton uses twice the number of vertical warp threads as horizontal wefts. The resulting fabric is lively and bright in colour with a silky, fresh feel.
A weave is the way in which threads of cotton - called 'warp' and 'weft' - are fashioned together to make a type of textile. A range of techniques give different materials certain properties; our variety of weaves mean there is a shirt to satisfy everyone's preferences. Learn about them below.
Rougher yarns make Oxford weaves an everyday, casual favourite. Plaiting strands in a basket-weave structure gives coloured backgrounds whiter overtones.
Like the skeleton of a Herring fish, a Herringbone weave forms a distinct V-shaped pattern by reversing the diagonal direction of the twill at regular intervals.
Poplin weave tightly passes single warp yarns over and under wefts. It gives the highest possible lacings, achieving an anti-slip finish that resists abrasion.
Believing in quality down to the smallest detail, we forgo flimsy plastic buttons in favour of deep-shell Australian mother-of-pearl from ecologically sustained sources. Each button is graded and polished then given a double ring edge and four sewing holes; they are then sewn on with strong crossed-lock stitching to prevent it from ever detaching.
It’s not just the material or fit that dictate a shirt's style - it's the finishing details, from the top of the neck to the sleeve’s end. Our seven collar options and trio of cuff choices make dissecting a T&A design a precise and personal experience.
Our collars are non-fused with a woven bias cut interlining for a more organic construction. Instead, we rely on superior materials, construction and craftsmanship to maintain the collar’s shape, obviating the need for a fused construction and thus leaving the material more comfortable for the wearer.
With a deep point, subtle spread and outward flare, the Classic T&A collar is unique. Our non-fused styles have bias-cut interlinings and removable collar stays.
The Canonbie collar is a contemporary short-point spread style that buttons down for a neat, fitted look.
A less severe version of a traditional cutaway style, the Regent collar offers a medium spread with a higher stance.
Our shirts offer two main cuff choices. Designed to be worn with cufflinks, Double Cuffs - or French Cuffs - are a formal, flamboyant style exclusively sewn with holes 1”/ 2.5cm from the edge. Button-Down barrel cuffs are a T&A signature thanks to their unique three-button construction; they’re often fastened only at the centre for a style statement.
Classic and fitted, the signature Button cuff uses three mother-of-pearl buttons sewn one inch apart for a precise and unique finish.
Also known as the French cuff, this is the cufflink-wearer's choice. We sew the button holes one inch from the edge for a uniquely flamboyant turn-back.
The unique Cocktail cuff was made famous by Sean Connery and remains a James Bond signature. Its two-button folded turn-back gives an unusually suave finish.
Quality fabric, a flawless cut and first-class construction count for nothing if your shirt doesn't fit correctly. It's the first thing that others notice and the last thing you want to get wrong. T&A shirts come in three fits: Regular, Informalist and Slim. Learn more about each style below.
The original style, our classic fit shirts are regular in fit and allow for movement – ideal for busy gentlemen who need to look smart on the go.
Comfortable to wear without being loose, the fit of an Informalist shirt falls perfectly between regular and slim - a stylish choice for relaxed weekends.
Skinnier in silhouette than our Standard range, our Slim selection is ideal for a close, concise fit.
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