If we could compile the customer dossiers kept by the Savile Row tailors over the last two centuries we’d have quite the file. The KGB didn’t keep such tabs. It’s the sort of copious detail one expects from an establishment catering to men of good taste. To men of means. Men who believe R.B. Sheridan was right. Men who know the difference between British braces and ice cream suspenders and have the élan to wear them.
British Braces (No. 5190). Rich burgundy nylon with full grain leather trim. Extra black buttons for your pants. Great with Super 100s tropical wool pants and a white shirt. With or without a jacket (exposed braces haven’t been taboo in your lifetime so don’t feel inhibited). Made in Rutland, England.