Eponymous British Atelier, Budd Shirtmakers, now has a home in Washington DC Posted on 12 Feb 15:12
Whilst already regular visitors to the States over the years, late 2017, saw Budd Shirtmakers take up a permanent residence in the USA, with a small concession at our Washington DC store, Sterling and Burke Ltd. Broadening our selection of English made heritage products.
Famed for its bespoke and ready to wear shirts, Budd also offers a successful and convenient made to measure service. A premium product, the shirts are manufactured with exactly the same details and care as bespoke, but is presented to customers in a simplified, convenient format. Customers select from three shirt blocks, seven collar and cuff styles and a dizzying range of shirtings, ensuring that the perfect shirt is achieved for each occasion. No fittings are required and turnaround time is swift.
Budd Shirtmakers represents the very best in London’s famous shirtmaking and haberdashery tradition. Located in the heart of St. James’s and Mayfair, the company cuts and makes all of it shirts by hand, in both its on site cutting room above the shop and at its workshop in Andover, Hampshire. It uses the same techniques and skills that it has used since the firm’s inception in 1910. Its focus is on British-made, with nightwear, dresswear and accessories all sourced and crafted from within the UK.