Heritage style really comes into its own with our 100% wool British tweed trousers. An ankle-skimming tapered cut looks fresh and modern, and a softer feel guarantees an itch-free wear. Pair with a floaty blouse to bring a touch of romance to smart style.
Why choose between town and country when you can have both? This blazer, in classic British tweed, is made extra special with smart velvet trimming, a bold printed lining and a sleek longline cut. Layer it over a floaty dress for drinks with the girls or with jeans and wellies for a weekend ramble.
Tweed fabric, vintage vibes and a contemporary cut: these blazers are the epitome of British design. We've given the heritage style a sophisticated update with a classic, fitted shape and playful printed lining. Team with laid-back jeans or go full-on country-house chic.
Brunch with friends, 9am meetings or romantic dinner dates – there's nowhere this pencil skirt won't go. And with that contrast grosgrain ribbon you're bound to turn heads. Its British-milled tweed makes it an instant classic, while the full lining will keep you feeling cosy.
An icon of the Sixties, and now your wardrobe, the mini skirt is back in British-milled tweed. It's comfortable to wear with a slight A-line shape, above-the-knee cut and full lining. We've finished it off with slanted pockets and a grosgrain waistband.
In luxurious Spanish fabric with a bold broken herringbone weave, this blazer is a real show-stopper. Not only does it look great on the outside (with an expertly tailored, bestselling fit) but it's also pretty beautiful on the inside – with a colourful lining and contrast piping.
This is British heritage at its finest. With tweed sourced from Yorkshire's historic Abraham Moon & Sons mill. The wide-leg cut is smart and universally flattering – especially when paired with a slim-fit top. Plus you can banish any fears about itchy fabric: these trousers are seriously soft.
We've gone all out with the best of British craftsmanship on this jacket. The tailored blazer shape features waxed cotton created in Halley Stevensons' Scottish mills and the British tweed is by Abraham Moon & Sons. The corduroy trims are just a bonus. A quilted lining and shower-resistant finish…
These stylish trainers combine the best of the old and the new. We've collaborated with Norman Walsh, the designer behind the 1984 British Olympic Team’s multi-purpose training shoe, to deliver the best in quality and versatility.The herringbone tweed is a modern twist on the classic trainer.