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  • Spring Preview

    February 19, 2019

    Spring is nearly here! With March just around the corner it's time to start thinking about your seasonal wardrobe. As usual Frederick Thomas London are here to help. We want to share with you some of our favourite pieces from our Spring Preview. To make suiting up that bit easier this season!

     

     

     

    Frederick Thomas London Spring Preview

    Step into Spring with Fredrick Thomas London...

     


    Linen

     

     

    The days are getting longer and the temperatures are slowly getting warmer! That can only mean one thing! It's time to put away the tweed and wool ties and time to invest in linen! No spring wardrobe would be complete without linen, from linen ties to linen pocket squares! So, be sure to keep cool in our Frederick Thomas London linen collection this season.

     

    Pink

     

     

    If you didn't support the pink look on Valentine's day, then now is your chance! Inspired by the seasons pièce de résistance, pink blossom is one of natures masterpieces. So embrace this fresh and vibrate colour, an essential in men's fashion this season. Blooming marvelous!

     

    Green

     

     

    Inspired by fresh green grass and leaves returning to the trees, green tones are a must to mark the start of spring. Afterall, green is the colour of nature. It symoblises growth, harmony and freshness. So, go green this season!

     

    Yellow

     

     

    Sunflowers and daffodils inspired our yellow floral collection. With our gardens getting ready to bloom, florals are a must in March. Pair with fresh yellow tones to stand out from the crowd.

     

    Blue

     

     

    Blue skies are coming! And so is our blue tones collection. A versatile colour that can be worn on all occasions, an outdoor wedding, garden party or Easter day lunch. Making it easy to always suit up in style.

     

     


     

    Suit up for Spring: https://www.frederickthomas.co.uk/  Shop Now!

     

    From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

     

    Written by Emily Watson

  • How to Suit Up this Valentine's Day

    February 13, 2019

    You've ordered the roses, booked the dinner reservation and bought the perfect gift. Valentine's day is here, and it's time to show your loved one how much they mean to you! But remember to make time for yourself as well, what are you going to wear?! Let Frederick Thomas London take care of you, with our top tips on how to suit up this Valentine's day, so you've got one less thing to worry about!

     

     

     

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    Smart Casual

     

     

    When in doubt, smart casual! You don't want to be overdressed (unless you are dinning at a seriously swanky restaurant!) but you don't want to be under dressed either. Meet in the middle with a smart casual dress code. Always aim for a well fitted blazer, an essential in any gentleman's wardrobe. Pair with dark black jeans, brown brogues or loafers and a  ironed shirt. And if you need to smarten up even more, add a beautiful pocket square or a pair of cufflinks to give you that extra edge!

     

    Think Pink

     

     

    The colour pink represents care, compassion and love, so no wonder it's a must on Valentine's day! Show your loved one how much you care and love them this Valentine's day and think pink! From pink ties to pink socks, Fredrick Thomas London have got you covered!

     

    Fabulous in Florals

     

     

    Valentine's day wouldn't be complete without a dozen red roses. But why stop there, the more floral's the better! A real red rose boutonniere is a textbook look for Valentine's day. But if you don't have time to forage for real roses, go for a floral lapel pin instead. Much easier! Or you can opt in for a floral tie and pocket square to finish off your look. Spoilt for choice!

     

    Detail is Key

     

     

    Like your relationship, it's important to pay attention to every single little detail when suiting up. A small and subtle pair of beautiful cufflinks can go a long way. Check out our Frederick Thomas London accessories to ensure every detail is accounted for this Valentine's day.

     

     

    So whether you're cooking a romantic dinner at home or going out for fine dining, you're now ready to suit up for Valentine's Day! Head over to Frederick Thomas London for even more romantic inspiration. Featuring our silk red pocket square, red floral lapel pin and knitted maroon and white heart tie. Beautiful!

     

     


     

    Find your Valentines look here: https://www.frederickthomas.co.uk/  Shop Now!

     

    From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

     

    Written by Emily Watson

  • Pocket Square Relaunch

    February 6, 2019

    Frederick Thomas London's new Pocket Square collection is here! A pocket square can work wonders, transforming the look of any suit or jacket. Our range of pocket squares feature beautiful silk, linen, pure cotton and knit materials. Pocket squares are a perfect way to express your personality, match or clash for all occasion! So, check out some of our favorites from the new collection below.

     

     

    History of the Pocket Square

     

    The origins of the pocket square can be traced back to ancient Egypt. Linen cloth was dyed and decorated with red powder in order to depict an individuals wealth. We can also trace it's origins to the Ancient Greeks. Who scented the cloth with perfume to ensure they always had pleasant aromas near by. It's suggested that King Richard II of England was the first person to wear a handkerchief as a fashion accessory. The pocket square truly came into it's own when the two piece suit originated in the 19th century. Gentlemen wore there handkerchief in their left breast pocket to avoid mixing with their coins and other dirty objects in their pockets. The pocket square is now an essential part of any good suit, providing a gentlemen with a touch of elegance and style.

     

     

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    Harlequin Silk

     

     

    Four pocket squares for the price of one?! What's not to love? Featuring four block colours, our new Harlequin silk pocket square will help you achieve all the looks your're after. An important business pitch in the morning? Support red to assert your power and dominance. Date night that evening? Switch to pink for a caring, compassionate and loving look.

     

    White Cotton with Pink Edging

     

     

    We have a range of white cotton pocket squares featuring different colour edging. Simple yet sophisticated, with a hint of colour to suit any attire. A wardrobe essential that can bring together your whole look.

     

    White and Black Polka Dot Silk

     

     

    Silk sophistication at it finest, featuring black and white polka dots. This pocket square screams elegance! Perfect for date night, black tie or special occasions.

     

    Turquoise Rose Floral

     

     

    With the signs of spring starting to approach, it's time to turn your attention to florals! Our new turquoise rose floral pocket square will be a beautiful addition to your spring wardrobe. A classic and colourful print for a classic and seasonal look!

     

    Maroon Check

     

     

    Our maroon check pocket square offers a classic and sophisticated way to finish off your tailoring. Simple and versatile enough to be worn on all occasions.

     

    Check out the rest of our collection HERE and pick your own favorite pocket square

     


     

    Find the perfect accompaniment to your new pocket square here: https://www.frederickthomas.co.uk/  Shop Now!

     

    From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

     

    Written by Emily Watson

  • Girls in Suits

    January 30, 2019

    Who ever said suits where exclusive to menswear? Girls in suits is an ever increasing popular look. A fitted suit, as oppose to a dress, is a striking but stunning alternative look for women, tailoring at it's best. So, let Frederick Thomas London guide you through some of our favourite looks for girls in suits, because what's better than pockets!

     

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    Tie it Up

     

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    Here at Fredrick Thomas London we love a good tie, and it wouldn't be a Frederick Thomas London blog without one! So our first favourite look is girls in ties! Dare to be different and add a tie, pocket square, lapel pin or even a pair of cufflinks. Don't just limit yourself to jewellery and handbags!

     

    Powerful Prints

     

     

    The bolder the print the better! We've seen a lot of print suits featured during the Golden Globes and the Critics Choice Awards, it's a great look. The delicate cut of a women's suit paired with a bold print will get you all the right kind of attention. So, swap the floral dresses for a floral suit instead this year. Blooming marvelous!

     

    Back to Basics

     

     

    You've heard of the famous little black dress. But what about the little black suit?! Why not make your wardrobe essential a fitted black suit instead this season. It's much more diverse, a truly elegant and powerful piece of clothing.

     

    Skirt Swaps

     

     

    Swap the classic trouser suit for a tailored skirt instead. A textbook look for girls in suits, classic and feminine. Pair with a block colour pencil skirt for a professional look. Alternatively sport a colourful patterned skirt  for a more adventurous going out look.

     

    Pretty in Pink

     

     

    A feminine twist on a classically masculine look will definitely get heads turning. Suits are no longer just for the boardroom, so stand out from the crowd in a pink suit this season. Perfect for weddings, parties and special occasions.

     


     

    Find the perfect suit accessory for your 'girls in suits' look here: https://www.frederickthomas.co.uk/  Shop Now!

     

    From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

     

    Written by Emily Watson

  • How to suit up for Burns night

    January 23, 2019

    This Friday, the 25th of January is Burns night! So, time to dig out the tartan, dust off the whisky and get ready for a night of food, drink, partying and poetry! Let Frederick Thomas London guide you through our top tips on how to suit up for Burns night.

     

     

    About Burns Night

     

    Burns night is a celebration of the life and work of the of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. The night consists of a Burns night supper. An evening event filled with Scottish food and drink, usually consisting of haggis and whisky. Celebrated across of whole of the UK, Burns night is a renowned event, to be celebrated with friends and family. Read more about Robert Burns and Burns night here.

     


     

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    Traditional Scottish attire is a must for an Burns night celebration. Men are encouraged to wear kilts, but if you don't own one, don't worry! You can still look the part and embrace the Scottish theme through adding simple Scottish touches to your outfit. Start off with a simple suit and add on from there...

     

    Tartan Tie

     

     

    Scottish tartan has a long and rich history, while undoubtedly being one of the most important symbols of Scottish Heritage. Historically different tartans belonged to different families, or clans, used as a form of identification. Nowadays tartan is a universally loved and celebrated pattern. So, this Burns night, focus on tartan ties! The perfect compromise to a full on tartan kilt, pair with your suit for a simple but sophisticated look.

     

    Scottie Dog Cufflinks/Pocket Square

     

     

    The Scottish Terrier dog is a traditional symbol of Scotland, otherwise know as the Scottie dog. They are thought to be one of Scotland's oldest breeds of terrier, originating from the north of Scotland. So these fun pair of Scottie dog cufflinks or scottie dog pocket square are the perfect accessory for your Burns night supper.

     

    Argyle Socks

     

     

     

    The argyle sock originates from Western Scotland. Traditionally worn with kilts, this patterned sock has been worn by Scottish highlanders since the 17th century.  Our range of argyle socks are another perfect Scottish accompaniment to your suit.

     

    Scottish Thistle Tie

     

     

    The thistle has been a major symbol of Scottish heraldry for over 500 years now. Although the Scottish thistle has no direct link to Robert Burns, it is responsible for one of Scotland's most famous poems. Hugh MacDiarmid's A Drunk Man Looks at the Thistleis a nationally loved piece of poetry that encompass all things Scottish. So, support the Scottish thistle tie this Burns night, and it will be sure to start up a conversation.

     


     

     

    Find your perfect Scottish suit accessory here: https://www.frederickthomas.co.uk/  Shop Now!

     

    From all of us at Frederick Thomas London, thank you for reading and see you next week.

     

     

    Written by Emily Watson

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