Originally with hunting coats and more recently with shirts, Thomas Pink continue the tradition of excellence inherited from the eponymous Mr Pink. They sell an extensive range of shirts for both men and women suitable for all occasions and preferences. They also stock a range of ties, boxer shorts and cufflinks. Their lines change on a monthly basis. Gift vouchers are available.
Venue Details & Map
85 Jermyn StreetSt. James'sLondonSW1Y 6JD
- +44 (0)20 7930 6364
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
In the past I have admired Thomas Pink for the quality, workmanship, and fit of their shirts and blouses. The Jermyn Street location is considered a flagship store. There was a teeny-tiny ladies' department with a very small and very limited selection in the very very back of the store. Jokingly, I asked the associate where the women's department was located. She understood my comment and...more
I have shopped at Thomas Pink ever since I started my career in management consulting because of the limited places to shop in the US for women's business shirts and suits. A bit on the expensive side, but what you get is quality and the shirts I've bought 10 years ago, I still wear on business trips till today, really well worth the investment.more
English tailors are well know for its master quality, and the ones at Jermyn Street in London is the place to go to... And I love Thomas Pink, out of all the rest.
I'm a lady who enjoys wearing the double cuff shirts (or for you Americans, you call it French cuff), especially with some nice cuff links. If you are looking for this, look no further, it is here.
True, they are expensive than...more
The last time I bought a shirt from Thomas Pink was back in November 2002. Back in the day, they used to make their shirts in Ireland, but sadly not anymore. I will never again invest in anything from Thomas Pink. I'd rather buy from my shirts Turnbull & Asser's or Hilditch & Key's.more
Having worked in an office in Mayfair, Thomas Pink fits the bill when one needs to dress like one should in and around snooty Mayfair. It would appear that Thomas Pink has done a good job on its homework and has brought good quality shirts at a reasonable price to the masses. Whenever I visit this store it is always busy which is clearly a mark of the success that they are achieving.