T.M. Lewin sell funky but traditional British clothing for men and women, specialising in shirts. They also sell a range of other tops as well as underwear and accessories.
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T M Lewin Menswear
103-106 Jermyn StreetSt. James'sLondonSW1Y 6EQ
- +44 (0)20 7930 6213
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Good quality shirts and bad service. I asked the staff for information and he didn't even know. I asked the other guy and he didn't bother checking the stock and insisted they didn't have it. Really bad service.more
Love the style and cut of clothes. You can get a lot of smart men's clothes cufflinks and ties. Bringing them back to the US, they stand out and look sharp.
The shirts are a big disappointment. After trying a few, I liked the look and feel. I ordered fifteen white dress shirts online. A few washes later, they've all shrunk. You can see it most in the sleeves. I contacted customer support who...more
Very good .service and good value trendy suits and shirts.
Need to make sure you are taking part in a sale to get good value. However they are good at keeping in fashion and although the suits feel more machine than hand made they are a good choice because they are in fashion. They also use all natural materials, which is something that even many of the more expensive brands do not do.
I've picked up some good, solid shirts from TM Lewin over the years. They discontinued one of my favourite in-house labels but they do bring out a good solid line of new shirts that keep up with what's trending in NY & Paris. There's also a good range of ties that are made at a high quality and retain their shape.
I tend to go to TM Lewin for mainly business shirts these days as the cut and...more
Striped Ties, Dyed Ties
Fat ties, ...Mai Tais?
Honestly gents, this is your spot if you're in need of some smart 'n' dapper apparel. While it would take me more than a few Mai Tais to agree to wear a tie as they look painfully, er, restrictive (said by a bra-wearing female, no less), TM Lewin would be my go-to tie pusher if tie-wearing became a necessity.
There must have been 400 ties to...more