Fabulously British - Jack Wills new Autumn collection

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I'm very enthused by British Manufacturing so when I saw one of Britain's biggest brands Jack Wills had included some fabulous British made pieces I had to investigate further...

 The new Autumn collection from the University student loving brand Jack Wills is sophisticated, complementary and has a real focus on quality, design and colour, with a perfect balance of formal and casual shirts (denim, oxford cloth and brushed cotton) tailored jackets, cosy knits and  relaxed sweatshirts. 

 The usual logo emblazoned hoodies and gilets are all still there, but the brand has put a real emphasis on their British strapline with collaborations with some of Britains biggest cloth manufacturer's; Fox Brothers & Co, Alfred Brown and Abraham Moons (the latter both based in Leeds) The British made cloth has been used in some delightful pieces across menswear and womenswear, here are some of my favourite pieces from the menswear collection.


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We love the colour of this check blazer, woven by Fox Brothers & Co. £229. Perfect to wear over dark denim jeans or with smarter tailored trousers.

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On the formal side of things this suit jacket  at £229 comes with matching trousers, both woven by Abraham Moon with 100% wool. Teaming grey with blue gives a cooler hue to your outfit, whilst opting for a pink shirt can warm up the skintone.

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 This holdall £149 made with cloth woven by Fox Brothers & Co is perfect for weekends away. The handsome grey and blue check cloth is subtle and timeless. And look at those leather trims and handles...lovely stuff!

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 This lovely single breasted suit jacket £198, which also has matching trousers has been woven by Alfred Brown. Simple yet classically tailored it will cut a clean silhouette around the office.

Best of the rest - My favourites from the rest of the new Jack Wills Autumn range.


6. Thornscroft Boots £229 (Made in the UK!)

The new Autumn range is available to buy now online and in stores. To find out more about the British manufacturing collaborations visit their website.

2 Comments

  1. Pretty impressed with this, makes sense getting some home production going on. Any London posts coming up?

    Buckets & Spades

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    1. Deffo, a lot more brands are getting back on board with British Manufacturing! No london posts, couldn't take a lot of blog photos as I was with my boss :(

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