Dark browns are the dominant colours in this look lifted by blue from the shirt. The coat, shirt, waistcoat and trousers are all made from wool with a touch of cashmere. The shadow check trousers lean to a smarter look. If you like, wear with a pair of dark indigo denim jeans to make it more casual.
This wool, silk and linen fabric has a lot more going on than first meets the eye: a double breasted jacket with two patch pockets using strong seasonal colours including green and a vibrant blue. This is a contemporary look with Italian influences, worn with wool flannel blue trousers, brown shoes and blue merino wool v-neck knitwear.
Classic evening wear with a twist - this look is bold without being over the top. The black jacket uses an embossed velvet pattern whilst the trousers are made with a pin dot fabric and finished with Mother of Pearl buttons.
A soft shouldered double breasted coat with notably large patch pockets as well as a very large internal pocket and blue floral jacquard lining. The coat can be worn over a suit however here it is shown with a heavy cotton brown gabardine trouser and a check shirt and blue quarter zip knitwear.
Drawing inspiration from the British film, Kingsman (2015) and also a well known Royal figure, this look uses the ever popular Prince of Wales check fabric. With its double breasted jacket with shorter wrap, this mid-weight suit has been influenced by strong classic and contemporary fashion trends.
This look draws inspiration from the urban subcultures from Britain in the early 20th Century, shown in the recent BBC drama Peaky Blinders. John Goodwin, with its atelier now at Royal Windsor Racecourse has chosen this look because we think it’s perfect to wear to the races. The blue Donegal tweed, London Stripe back to the waistcoat, Horn buttons and blue pinpoint Oxford with white collar and cuffs all say, “Peaky Racing”.
Would you like to see how the looks were styled? Below is a presentation that shows how they were put together.