There's nothing more quintessentially English in the summertime than a linen suit. Whilst there is certainly warmer weather attire that could be considered more formal, linen in all its slubby, rumpled goodness just gives the wearer such a comfortable ease, its hard to imagine summer weddings and sports events without it.
It's been a long winter over here, and we at Everest Towers were worried that the sun might never burst through the cloud cover. Finally all forecasters are predicting another bountiful long hot summer and fortunately we have the wardrobe to match.
Summer comfort doesn't just have to be about lightweight fabrics. This season, we have chosen a cloth with a little more heft and drape for our popular button down Redchurch shirt, still offering the same summer ease and in an environmentally conscious biodegradable material to boot.
This summer sees the return of our Linen polo range at Timothy Everest. The warm weather companion to our Merino collection, we have amended the fit for a roomier, more relaxed feel that teams well with the soft slubby texture and light breathable weave.
This season at Timothy Everest we have added a new style to our collection in the form of the navy wool linen blouson.
Rethinking and reworking the classic workwear jacket; we wanted to add practicality and sustainability into its design. Working with the acclaimed Northern Irish weavers John England we have developed a material with the rugged good looks of denim, but with additional functionality.