Size and Style Guide


The Gracechurch range features a slim-fit cut with a longer body length. The double French cuffs can be adjusted to suit your required sleeve length, while the distinctive double fused collar completes this polished style.

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The Mayfair range offers all the same features as the Gracechurch as well as strategically positioned darting tailored to a larger bust. This slim-fit style is beautifully finished with French seams and Tate & Lawson’s signature collar.

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The Abbey range offers a semi-fitted, regular length shirt with a two button cuff and two button gauntlet full length sleeve. French seams and the distinctive styling of our double fused collar complete the impeccable appearance of the Abbey range.

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The Bloomsbury range offers all of the features of the Abbey as well as shaped body darts tailored for a larger bust. This semi-fitted style is beautifully finished with French seams and Tate & Lawson’s signature collar.

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The Kensington is a long sleeve, slim-fit shirt with bust and both front and back body darts.  The style is suited to those who prefer a fitted look. Double button cuffs, French seams, the signature Tate & Lawson double fused collar and the longer body length are also features of the Kensington style.

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The Victoria range is our signature 3/4 sleeve shirt. This style features a double fused collar and adjustable mitred cuff, a longer body length and provides larger bust tailoring and slim-fit styling courtesy of a full princess line and back darting.

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The Soho range features a slim-fit cut with regular bust tailoring and a longer body length. This short sleeve style also features a double fused collar which completes this polished summer look.

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The short sleeve Chelsea range is a semi-fit cut, of regular length, and tailored for a larger bust. The range features shaped body darts, a double fused collar and slightly gathered sleeves.

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