Monday, 24 January 2011
As I mentioned in History of Men's Fashion: What The Well Dressed Man is Wearing, Cording's of Piccadilly originally adapted the patterns of horse blankets used at Tattersall's to patterns for use on vests and viyella shirts. The house pattern is shown in today's photograph and cannot really be beaten. However, I should have six buttons, rather than five and in shanked mother-of-pearl.
Posted by NJS at 10:40