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Which Cloth To Use?

Which Cloth to Use

Generally speaking, HFW cloths can be used for whatever you wish, we don’t set the rules, it’s up to personal taste, style and creativity. But we’re a helpful bunch and so here’s a rough guide to the best uses of HFW cloths.

SPRING

 

 

Sven Raphael Schneider of Gentleman’s Gazette Blog wearing a Hardy Minnis “Fresco” suit by A Caraceni, Rome.

SUMMER

 

White H&W “Portofino”suit by Richard Smith Bespoke, Manchester (Left hand picture) H&W “Seersucker Cotton” suit from HMS (Right hand picture)

AUTUMN

 

H&W “Snowflake” Jacket by De Oost, Amsterdam (Left hand picture) Mr Will Bohlke (Blog: “A Suitable Wardrobe”) in a H&W “Cashmere” jacket tailored by Davies & son, Savile Row, London (Right hand picture)

WINTER

   

George Craig (from the band “One Night Only”) wears a H&W “Winter Classic” suit tailored by Michelsberg Tailoring, Leeds (Left hand picture). Hardy Minnis “Flannel” by Steed Bespoke (Right hand picture)

BUSINESS

H&W “Alazar” suit from HMS’s Prima Fila Book

CASUAL

Garment from Amanda Solway for the Golden Shears Competition 2011 (Left hand picture) “Alsport” cloth cape by The Earl of Bedlam, London (Right hand picture)

FORMALWEAR
 

Dinner jacket by James Smith Bespoke, Cardiff in Hardy Minnis “Classic” cloth.

WEDDINGS

A pale grey “Blenheim” cloth tailored by Richard Smith Bespoke, Manchester

TRAVEL


A navy Hardy Minnis “Fresco” cloth in a double breasted jacket by The Armoury, Hong Kong.
 

COUNTRY


Jacket and Top Coat tailored in “Alsport” cloth by Bookster, Gloustershire (Top left and right pictures).

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