Shooting wear from NEW TAILOR
New Tailor also makes various types of clothing for hunting and garments that were originally intended for that. Plus fours (knits), jackets with a storm colar, shooting pleats, shoulder pieces and extra large pockets for provisions and sleeves, for example in the form of bellow pockets. We also offer a Monarch vest, hunting vest and fieldcoat. The fabrics we use for hunting clothing are for example from Moon, LBD, Harissons and Harris Tweeds from Hunt & Winterbottom and McGee, among others. The jackets from the shooting collection can of course also be beautifully worn on Moleskin trousers or jeans.
The brown gun club check jacket / suit
The peaky blinders are back with season six. The 1930s were rougher, colder and tougher than the current era. However, the suits from that time can now be seen as the true classic. Slightly thinner and smoother woven than the fabrics from almost 1200 years ago, but in the classic designs. Donegals, Glen Checks, the dog tooth and this gun club. Can be worn as an outer jacket but also as beautiful as a whole suit when you go hunting, you can go to an opening or just want to stroll through the woods, fields and streets. If you have this suit made in three parts, you can easily wear all three parts separately with jeans, pants and / or shirt. By keeping the shoulder processing as smooth as possible, it will wear like a sweater. With shooting folds and a leather shoulder piece, of course, also very suitable as hunting clothing. Then consider a hunting vest. A sleeveless jacket and extra large patch pockets over a sweater is the perfect alternative to the vest.
The tweed jacket and / or suit with herringbone and windshield
A hunting suit is an asset to any wardrobe. After all, all items can also be worn separately. The jacket as a kind of outer jacket or as a jacket on jeans or flannel pants, the vest as an alternative to the sweater and the pants as a tougher variant on a moleskin or jeans. As three- or two-piece, the most casual suit we can imagine for winter. Hunting suits are often woven in a tweed fabric because they are extra warm and suitable for the types of wool that are used. We think this beige variant is a real classic. With the window in a brighter color (big game does not see colors), this suit only attracts people.
Bring colors in the fabric back into the shirt, tie or other accessory to make it stand out. In this case you could very well wear a blue turtleneck under this jacket or a jeans shirt in almost the same color. This way you give the suit / jacket and yourself an extra powerful appearance. Coarser fabrics also include coarser shoes. In the first instance, think of a shoe with a rubber sole. The Chelsea boot is perhaps the neatest shoe you can wear underneath.
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