British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Its usual for media to pick up on whatever Meghan the Duchess of Sussex and Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge are wearing. In turn, the websites of those brands usually crash and the garments in question instantly sells out as the company struggles to manufacture quickly enough to keep up with demand. But what about the chaps; we’re rarely told what Prince Harry and Prince William are wearing. To help you shop like a royal prince we’ve put together a list of our favourite men’s fashion brands that supply their clothing to the British Royal Family. A Royal Warrant of Appointment is a mark of recognition of those who have supplied goods or services to the Households of HM The Queen, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh or HRH The Prince of Wales for at least five years, and who have an ongoing trading arrangement.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Wolsey 

Established in 1755, Wolsey is the oldest British menswear brand and has been a Royal Warrant holder continuously since 1935. During the 19th century and Britain’s industrial revolution, Wolsey pioneered unshrinkable wool hosiery from its origins in the East Midlands.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Burberry 

Established in 1856, Burberry is a global British luxury brand with a heritage of innovation, craftsmanship and design. Inspired by exploration, Thomas Burberry invented the waterproof fabric gabardine to protect from the elements, creating the foundation for the iconic trench coat that today remains at the core of the business. 

Corgi  

Since 1892, Corgi has been producing socks and knitwear of the very highest quality at their factory in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales. Using only the finest yarns and manufacturing methods handed down through the generations, they strive to maintain the uncompromising commitment to quality.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Crockett & Jones  

Crockett & Jones has achieved a worldwide reputation for its fine quality boots and shoes. Founded in 1879, this fifth-generation family business still makes its traditional craft made footwear in its original factory in Perry Street, Northampton. 

DAKS 

Founded in 1894, DAKS has since become one of the UK’s most quintessentially British luxury labels, specialising in fine tailoring and accessories for both men and women, whilst continuing to uphold the values of quality, reliability and innovation first established more than 100 years ago.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Dents  

Dents has manufactured fine leather gloves for over 240 years. The company was established in Worcester in 1777. Today the company continues to practice the traditional glove making skills, to create its fine gloves. Dents gloves are supplied to the finest stores worldwide. 

Ettinger 

Founded in 1934, Ettinger has established its reputation in the UK and abroad as one of the finest leather-goods manufacturers in Britain. The Ettinger style is timeless, elegant and imbued with typical English flair, allowing for some confident use of colour and resulting in contemporary classics with singular appeal.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Gieves & Hawkes 

As the quintessential British luxury brand for gentlemen, Gieves & Hawkes has over two centuries of trading history, and for over 100 years has resided at its iconic London address, No. 1 Savile Row – the home of bespoke tailoring and a destination for those seeking the ultimate sartorial experience. 

Hunter 

Founded in 1856, Hunter is a progressive British heritage brand renowned for its iconic Original boot. First introduced in 1956, the boot is handcrafted from 28 individual parts. The brand has a rich history of innovation, creating footwear and outerwear to protect from the weather and perform across all terrains.

British Royal Warrant Menswear Brands You Should Know

Barbour 

Barbour is an English brand founded in 1894 and based in South Shields, Tyne and Wear. Now operating on a global basis, it sells products including outerwear, clothing, accessories and footwear for men, women and children under the collections Barbour Heritage, Barbour International, Barbour Lifestyle and Barbour Countrywear. 

Lock & Co. Hatters 

The world’s oldest hat shop Lock & Co. Hatters celebrated 340 years in 2016 and continues to be the ultimate purveyor of men’s, women’s and children’s hats. Founded in 1676 by Robert Davis, the St. James’s Street shop is the 34th world’s oldest family-owned business.

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