Morning Wear by Budd Shirtmakers, London
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Morning dress is traditionally worn at weddings, garden parties, investitures and race meetings such as Royal Ascot. On such occasions a black herringbone coat worn with black and grey striped trousers is an excellent choice. This ensemble must include a waistcoat. This can be in traditional buff or grey, or for a flourish of colour, is wonderful in a pastel shade such as duck egg blue, yellow or pink. A grey morning coat with matching vest and trousers is an equally good option but allows for less creativity.
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.
You are welcome to walk in or call to make an appointment. 202.333.2266