FASHION & STYLE | 24/10/2016 | TAJINDER HAYER
We all know that Savile Row is all about creating the best tailoring in the world. Thom Sweeney are one of the best young labels to fall into the super suiting and their autumn collection was one that was full of highly desirable pieces for the season.
Following the trend for broken up suiting whilst keeping the luxury feel, the collection is as glamourous and well made as we would expect. Breaking the suit up made it look cool, modern and relevant and focuses on the jacket as a key piece for the season. Don the beautifully crafted Thom Sweeney blazer with chinos, denim or any trouser of your choice and enjoy the earthy tones and exquisite fabrics. The winter seersucker is just one of those high quality fabrics and is much heavier than the summer variation that is often found on blazers.
Outerwear is also a real focus for the brand this autumn. The tailored pea coat (made in England) is made from a Loro Piano wool cashmere blend and boasts a fitted silhouette that is wonderfully slimming. Wear with the first ever denim trousers from the brand one of those fantastic chunky knits to nail autumn layering.