Category: Clothing

TEE TIME

Made from 100% two fold Egyptian cotton, the Sunspel SS Henley has quickly become my favourite t-shirt. It’s a perfect fit, with a perfect sleeve length and nice straight body. It sits...

RUGBY, COVENT GARDEN: A GOOD TRY

I paid a visit to the newly opened Ralph Lauren Rugby this weekend in Covent Garden, London. Aside from the overwhelming amount of Rugby shirts upstairs, the downstairs delivered a plethora of...

ENGINEERED GARMENTS SHIRTING: 19TH CENTURY BD SHIRT

The jewel in Engineered Garments shirting crown would certainly have to be the 19th Century BD Shirt for me. It’s one of their staple garments that appears each season and like their...

GOLDEN GARB Nº1: DANIEL PLAINVIEW

Golden Garb is going to be a series of ongoing posts about the iconic and inspiring clothing of great characters and gentlemen, be they real or fictional, who have had an impact...

LINEN LESSONS LEARNT

I’ve got a few Bedford jackets from Engineered Garments in different fabrics and cuts and they’re always a staple garment throughout the seasons and get lots of heavy wear. However, I’ve had...

FLORAL SUMMERY

Some fantastic floral patterns for Summer that I’m hoping to get a little more use out of when the weather picks up!

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Mont Bell

My attention has recently been drawn to lightweight, technical outdoor Japanese brand Mont Bell. The brand was founded by climber Isarmu Tatsura in 1975...

E.G. SPECIAL PART FOUR: EVERYDAY SHIRT

Earlier this year The Bureau got a good update of E.G. Workaday stuff in, with a couple of new styles added to the offering....

E.G. SPECIAL PART THREE: BAL COAT

  What happens when Bet Lynch meets Travis Bickle? The answer? This season’s Engineered Garments Bal Coat. Ain’t it something? Sadly this version is Japan...