Regent Tailoring Blog

Manufacturing Spotlight: Made in Japan

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With the Tokyo Olympics in full swing, it’s a nice time to take a look at what the Land of the Rising Sun has to teach us about ethics and manufacturing methods in the fashion industry. In this post, Regent celebrates three of our favourite brands, all of which have their roots in Japanese culture and tradition

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Buying a suit with Regent

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How does buying a suit work right now at Regent? A simple and up-to-date guide on how to buy a suit with us this summer. We’ll talk you through what’ll happen, what the process will be like, and the kinds of options you have. Suit Up for the Summer OK, so the 21st June deadline didn’t go exactly to plan. But there’s still a summer to be had, weddings are still going ahead, and many people are getting in touch with us about suits. A suit for the summer - for weddings, work, parties - is a must have. There...

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The Best Father’s Day Gifts

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For Every Type of Dad The Definition of ‘Difficult-to-Buy-For’... Father’s Day is an important time to remember the stoic, the reliable, the embarrassing-but-we-love-them Dads of the world.  It’s the one opportunity in the calendar year we get to spoil that person in our life who’s usually resistant to any sort of fuss and attention. In a nice sort of way, it’s our opportunity to gently embarrass our Dads back, in return for all those teenage years of mortification.  Father’s Day offers an important opportunity to show your Dad a little bit of love, but Dads can be notoriously hard to...

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Great British Goods: What We Stock that's UK-Made

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Great British Goods: What We Stock that's UK-Made The UK has one of the most prestigious heritages in the world when it comes to fashion. From iconic tweed to Baker Boy caps, impeccable footwear to unbeatable baggage, Great Britain has more than its own share of originality and sartorial game-changers. In this blog we'll run you through a whistle-stop tour of some of our great country’s greatest garments, helping you to shop as locally as possible whilst knowing you’re supporting some of the UK’s finest designers and manufacturers.   The Best of Britain It is certainly fair to say that...

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COMPETITION TIME AT REGENT

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Regent Competition Prize Giveaway Do you want to get your hands on over £150-worth of brand new clothes in less than two minutes? We’re offering one lucky winner the chance to get their hands on a unique hoodie, t-shirt and baseball cap, each vinyl-printed with the Regent skull-and-butterfly logo. If that wasn’t enough, we’re throwing in a beautiful Regent keyring too. That’s a whole new look in one easy swoop, and each garment is designed to the highest quality and from the finest materials. It’s a great chance to invest in an indie brand and get ahead of the curve. ...

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Jason Regent : The Man Behind the Brand

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From a back-to-basics industrial unit to a three-story boutique in the heart of Salisbury, Regent Tailoring has transformed over the past 15 years. One thing that’s remained constant however, is the name behind the brand.  After a tumultuous year for the entire UK, it’s refreshing to know that some things are steadfast.  We thought it was high time you met the man behind the brand, Jason Regent. How did you get into Fashion? I entered the world of tailoring at Ede and Ravenscroft in Oxford before moving to London to work at the company’s Chancery Lane store. Surrounded by history...

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Regent's Spotlight Outfit: The Blazer and How to Wear It

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If you could invest in one piece of clothing for the lifting of lockdown and the exciting, uncertain new world we’re heading into, what would it be? In the Red Corner: Regent firmly fighting the case of the beloved British blazer: artful, stylish, smart and insanely versatile. Here’s why we’re championing this timeless, subversive, beautiful garment.   Blaze of Glory It looks like things are finally getting better. We are (fingers firmly crossed) on the way out of lockdown for the last time, but we’re coming back out into a new world, a changed world. It’s for this reason that...

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The Regent Guide to the Mid-Life Crisis

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The often-parodied concept of the mid-life crisis is easy to dismiss: it’s such a part of our popular culture that many men think they’re far too self-aware for it to happen to them. But behind the caricature lies something more subtle and complex, and the mid-life crisis can sneak up on you in unsuspected ways In this blog, we delve deeper into what this fabled time of flux really means, aiming to offer some advice along the way in order to show that getting older doesn’t have to mean giving up – far from it, in fact… Beards, Boats and...

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Last-Minute Valentines: Lockdown Love & Gifts For Him

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Left Valentines till the last minute? Want to find the perfect gift for him that’s thoughtful, quality and enduring? Pulling your hair out over where to go and what to find? Never fear, Regent is here! Check out our quick and easy guide to showing a little lockdown love and finding the perfect Valentine gift for your man. We’ve broken things up into a simple price-based three-tier system (better than your tiers, Boris!) so you can work out what’s what in the world of Valentine’s gifts for men at Regent. Love in the time of Covid There’s no doubt lockdown’s...

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REGENT’S 5 TOP TIPS FOR GETTING THROUGH LOCKDOWN

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We’re deep into Lockdown 3.0, but there’s a message, beaming through the gloom, from us here at Regent: don’t give up! In this blog we discuss how to stay positive and cheerful during the latest lockdown, with style tips to keep you chipper and well-positioned to head out of the latest restrictions in a better place than ever.   BREAKING THE HABIT The hardest and yet the most advantageous thing about the latest lockdown is this: we’ve been here before. It’s hard because things feel like they’re going round in circles, but it’s also true that we know the drill...

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