Budd shirt makers of London

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By Leo Parker.

Style, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder but, every now and then you come across bastions of sartorial superiority and elegance which make it impossible not to be impressed. Budd Shirtmakers of Piccadilly Arcade, London, are one such example of this and they have been responsible for crafting a fine array of dress shirts and accessories for over a century.
Originally founded in 1910, Budd still operate out of the same small store that their operations began over 100 years ago when Harold Budd took it upon himself to dress London’s fashion elite with a touch more dapperness with his superb selection of dress shirts and accessories, such as spiffing pocket squares, breath-taking bow ties and supremely stylish scarves.Inline image 1
Reputation goes a long way when it comes to tailoring and few boast a reputation quite as stellar as Budd Shirtmakers. With two genuinely world-class tailors, who have been classically trained, you know for a fact that you’re going to be on the receiving end of some breathtakingly stylish and impeccably crafted wares when you step foot into the Tardis-esque store of Budd Shirtmakers.Inline image 2

You’ll find a truly eclectic nature of goods from Budd Shirtmakers and for any sophisticated man who wants to channel their Don Draper-esque side, a trip to Budd is nothing short of essentials. The iconic London institution regularly fly their exceptionally skilled tailors to New York to carry out fit sessions with Manhattanites who want to look their best and have fallen for the not inconsiderable charms of a Budd shirt.

 

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