Five good ready-made suits under £1000

August 16th 2023

By Manish Puri The attention of Permanent Style has always been - and will continue to remain - trained upon the highest quality garments in the world. However, there are barriers to accessing the very best – especially with suits. You might l...

Five good ready-made suits under £1000

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Very helpful, thank you!...

SuitsAugust 16th 2023

Expressing yourself: How to dress like Milad Abedi

February 15th 2023

  The photographer Milad Abedi is someone whose style I’ve liked for a long time, but in a quiet way. Whenever we’ve shot together I’ve been interested in what he’s wearing and found something I liked, but he wasn...

Expressing yourself: How to dress like Milad Abedi

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Do you mean the shoulder was squarer, more pointed? I think they used to be cut more like that because they were universally worn over tailoring, whereas that's much less the case these days...

StyleFebruary 15th 2023

The style and price of Berg & Berg

November 25th 2020

I’ve always liked the way Andreas Larsson at Berg & Berg designs - and styles - the clothes for the brand. In particular, I think his approach to casual chic (I’m sticking with that term) is impressive: he consistently demonstra...

The style and price of Berg & Berg

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I’ve found that Brisbane moss corduroy is the best at retaining its shape and the colours are more modern. In dark blue, green or camel they look more modern and because the fabric starts out cardboard like they take a...

Knitwear - StyleNovember 25th 2020

Postcard from Stockholm

October 9th 2020

So here's the weird thing about Stockholm: nothing is weird. Everything feels normal. No one wears a mask, and while there’s still social distancing, it's minimal and feels almost like politeness. People do sanitise their hands frequently, an...

Postcard from Stockholm

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No, sorry Stefan, it’s never really been a focus of the site. I also don’t usually have the money to spend on luxury places!...

October 9th 2020

Light relief: Jamie’s clothes and style

April 8th 2020

  OK, so. Friend and photographer Jamie Ferguson has been locked up indoors for weeks, as we all have. And he’s gone a bit stir crazy. We had started talking a while ago about shoots we could do remotely. Perhaps looking at a few out...

Light relief: Jamie’s clothes and style

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Cheers Tim, good to know always...

StyleApril 8th 2020

Pop-up 6 is coming! Discover the brands

February 24th 2020

Rubato The Permanent Style pop-up shop is coming back to 37 Savile Row, in the second half of March. Those following PS on Instagram stories might have seen the gradual announcements, but we have just confirmed the final two brands this week: Scott...

Pop-up 6 is coming! Discover the brands

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Navy would be my first thought, then cream knitwear. Maybe black as well?...

February 24th 2020

Wearing black

January 22nd 2020

Over the past year, I’ve gradually been wearing more black. Readers will have seen that in the recommendation of this Berg & Berg black shirt , for example, and these black cords . It's been particularly pronounced with shoes though, a...

Wearing black

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To be honest I'm not sure Charlie - I've never worn that style of jacket in anything other than blue denim and I think it might be a bit much for me if I did...

Coats - ShoesJanuary 22nd 2020

Pinnas & Needles alterations

January 6th 2020

Over the past six months I’ve used the Soho workshop Pinnas & Needles for several alterations - from the simple to the complex - and feel I can now fully recommend them. Being able to satisfyingly alter clothing, so it sorts out a pro...

Pinnas & Needles alterations

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Costly and not always possible. It needs to be done by an actual knitting factory, unlike tailoring or shirts that can be done by anybody with a sewing machine...

Coats - TrousersJanuary 6th 2020

Our Autumn/Winter Top 10, 2019

October 23rd 2019

Welcome to our small but regular selection of interesting things this Autumn/Winter. As ever, this is a highly personal list, which makes it both idiosyncratic and entirely without commercial angle - no one can ever and will ever be able to pay to a...

Our Autumn/Winter Top 10, 2019

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I haven't seen that one in person. It looks nice though...

Knitwear - ShirtsOctober 23rd 2019