Blending classic and contemporary
When you think of pink, think Thomas Pink. Founded in London, this craftsman’s store originated from Jermyn Street, a street notable for its shirt makers. Its name came from an 18th century tailor known for making much desired red/pink hunting jackets. Nowadays, Thomas Pink has spread it contagious enthusiasm for quality fits, fabrics and colours around the world with a collection that will even startle the most conservative suit. However, according to the shirt etiquette a breast pocket should never accompany a modern man’s shirt. Typically the breast pocket is used to keep one’s pens and glasses, which reflects a ‘worker’s shirt’ rather than a neat business shirt.
I personally love the way in which Thomas Pink manages to blend classic jacket, shirt and tie patterns, such as stripes, checks and spots, with contemporary colours. Its famous Black Label shirt is tailored on an authentic block and consists of 38 separate components, with a 14-piece, hand-turned collar. Hungry yet?
‘Personally Pink’ enables you to create a shirt or tie according to your own wishes. Your personal tie will be made of a 100% English Silk, with more than a 100 different style combinations to choose from. The Made-to-Measure shirts have over a 100 different fabrics alone to choose from. Blend your classic taste with something new: Thomas Pink will definitely add value to your wardrobe.
- Thomas N. at London fashion show for charity
- Try a Pocket Square Instead of a Tie
- The Commuter Tie
- Customize Your Shirt with the LCT Shirt Configurator
- Pleated Pants or Flat Front?