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When charming Will Greenwood rocked up to our West End branch looking for a suit for the Brit awards, we were delighted to oblige.
In late 2009, Senior Style Advisor, , now manager of our new , was seen guiding Will through his perfect Winter .
We were pleased to see Will arrive at our Liverpool Street branch with his great A Suit That Fits.com navy jacket teamed with light denim jeans (See David and Will, pictured right).David and Will designed a two piece suit in a deep blue, lightweight, wool and silk blend fabric . To compliment the slight sheen of the fabric, Will chose a creamy lining (D10). He decided on a standard lapel width and peaked collar. In traditional Dinner Suit style, the jacket had no vents and the trousers were straight cut . For a totally bespoke look, Will chose working buttons and the lapel button hole and cuff stitching matched the lining colour of his jacket.
To take a look at Will's chosen style, click here . Conversely, for the hotly awaited Brit awards, Will chose a totally different (and amazingly stylish!) look. With David Minns now in our Bristol store , Will visited our fantastic Senior Style Advisor Johnny Harrison in our West End branch. Will and Johnny decided on an eye-catching light brown checked fabric with a complimentary bronze lining. This is a perfect fabric choice because after the event, the jacket can be teamed with dark, denim jeans for a more casual daytime look. Will decided on a one buttoned design with a hand stitched, peaked lapel and a single vent. His button down patch pockets were striking. Will teamed this with his trademark slim fit and straight legged trousers and wore a white pocket square to match his shirt. Before leaving the branch, we snapped Will looking great in his remarkable new suit (See image, left). Want to take a look at exactly what Will chose? Please click here . With his new, dapper suit, Will really was ready to rock the Brits! What a fantastic night! Dressed in my A Suit That Fits sandy dog tooth I was living every boy's dream- strutting in to the Brit Awards for a night of champagne quaffing and chin wagging with the stars, he commented.
When asked about the award ceremony itself, it seemed as though the night had been a huge success! Highlights of the evening? Dizzee Rascal and Florence (of Florence and the Machine) absolutely nailing their duet and the evening being stunningly capped off by a medley from Robbie 'Still The King' Williams that brought the house down, Will told us. All in all, a great night for which he enjoyed wearing a great suit. Until next year...
Image (Will at the Brit awards): JM Enternational
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