Charles Tyrwhitt sell a wide range of classic, formal and casual shirts for men and women. They also sell a selection of accessories including scarves, belts, braces and cufflinks.
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98-99 Jermyn StreetSt. James'sLondonSW1Y 6JE
- +44 (0)20 7839 6060
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Absolutely top class. Picked up some great shoes, socks, ties, and pocket squares here. Staff are all over trying to help you and at least 3 people asked how I was doing before I decided on what I wanted. It's not the cheapest place around, but you get what you pay for.more
Just received my mail order on my first three CT shirts. Wow! The material, cut and style is on par with $100+ shirts I own. The brass collar stays is a great finishing touch. Moving forward I see myself only purchasing my dress shirts from CT. Look for deals. No need to pay full price. I was able to get all shirts for $29 each opposed to the $59 advertised. Do a little digging and you'll find...more
The accountants have taken over this business - they have restricted the range so nowadays there is very limited choice and everything is very much the same. Very difficult to find four shirts to take advantage of the permanent "deal".
Poor availability too - very hard to find your size, and the salesmen push you to have your size delivered by post three to four weeks later.
The block that Charles Tyrwhitt sits on is a haven for men who enjoy the fine art of wearing fine clothes. Charles Tyrwhitt offers the typical exquisite wears of a elegant dressed male. The prices are fair and the quality is exquisite.more
Because you have to give it one star.
Worse experience buying a suit by far. Good people but could not get it right. Upon returning for the last fitting it was never sent to the tailor so I had to grab it off the rack and take it to their tailor myself (this all took place in a matter of nine days). That's what I get for leaving my tux back in Philly.
I can't recommend. Almost went to Hugo...more