When you’ve gone to the trouble of being impeccably well dressed, it would be rude not to do yourself the courtesy of being well read too.
If you’ve picked up a newspaper, style magazine or London centric publication you might have seen the latest Sir Plus ventures and styles featured in the headlines. We know your time is precious to you so we’ve put all those cuttings into one post so you can see what’s in the mainstream.
The Nehru love continues as our ‘Lawrence’ jacket was included in GQ’s “10 best menswear items in the world this week” for the end of November.
Sticking with that Most Stylish in the World / Nehru angle, Fashion Beans were decent enough to feature our ‘Shelby’ jacket in their “World’s most stylish stuff” roundup, along with a levitating Star Wars pen and an exceptional Safari camera.
Another publication backing the Nehru trend, Stylist magazine recommended the Charcoal linen Nehru in their “2015 Christmas gift guide: ideas for him” piece. Along with an All-in-one breakfast toaster and Ukulele, naturally.
Of course that chest pocket is there to be used, and You magazine has stepped in before you slip your Oyster in there and forget about it with this recommendation for our Green Silk Japanese Garden Pocket Square. It’s an ideal stocking filler along with their Bluetooth Gramophone Speaker that does a great job of reviving classic looks with an updated twist.
Our Clooney dressing gown was spotted in The City Magazine, lovingly made from Italian cotton for those times of sophisticated relaxation over the winter months. Did we mention that we also have a full range of Ladies’ dressing gowns too so you can experience the classic styling and cotton comfort no matter your gender.
- Shortlist Print Magazine
Back in October three of the Sir Plus team gave a behind the scenes look at how we lovingly craft our ranges and work with cabbage to produce boxers and shirts. Ralph Jones came in to learn about shirt arm removal and elasticating boxers for a “Make Your Own Clothes” segment. Inspirational.
Finally, that pesky Nehru popped up again in the Telegraph’s “What to give the man who has everything this Christmas”, this time in its Wilberforce guise of Willow Green Cashmere, Navy detailing and classic wooden buttons.