Wedding Suits

So, all those Spring/Summer wedding plans finalised? I’m sure the groom’s (and groomsmen’s’) attire has not been forgotten. Inevitably though, a lot of grooms do leave this to the last minute, whilst the bride has had her dress ready for months!! This is not only anecdotal, but is true for a lot of my past… Read More

Dressing for work……

“Let’s face it, clothing is marketing. Are your clothes attracting or repelling clients?” (Forbes, November 2018). Ignoring the devastating good looks of these two guys above, have you already decided which one you’d rather represent you in a court of law? Or produce your next ad campaign? I believe that a good impression (not necessarily… Read More

“Designing” a suit with J & E

As I’ve said before, one reason why I started J & E is because I am quite particular with my suits, and decided that instead of trying to perfect one bought off-the-rack, I’d create my own with my little idiosyncrasies. That’s what we do for clients. Also, working with Hugo Boss and Ralph Lauren gave… Read More

Commuter style? A few observations

So, on my way to Canary Wharf today, I couldn’t help but notice…..Wait a minute! Here are the notes I made as I sat on the tube….verbatim: “Broad guy in slim suit – narrow lapels, thighs straining. Don’t do it. Can achieve same look, but one that fits – more room in thigh, but still close,… Read More

Best dressed at Wimbledon

As I gear up to start watching the US Open tennis, I can’t help but notice the difference in how celebrities dress at either event. Even our very own Cliff Richard (“Summer Holiday” was the theme song on my recent holiday, btw – the kids love it) made GQs Best Dressed at Wimbledon this year. Even with… Read More

J & E Client testimonial

I thought I would post this testimonial from Neil, who kind of sums up the J & E experience – not much more I can add, other than this is a picture of Neil in his J & E suit. Love the fine navy pinstripe, with the lapel button-hole accent (we went with the closer… Read More