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Charles Tyrwhitt

About Charles Tyrwhitt

Charles Tyrwhitt is a traditional English retailer of high quality shirts and other menswear and womenswear, with a flagship store on London’s famous Jermyn Street. The company was set up in 1986 by Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler from his room at Bristol University and since then has become one of the UK’s largest sellers of shirts through its stores, website and through mail order. Charles Tyrwhitt’s core beliefs have always focussed around offering customers outstanding quality, unbeatable value for money and exceptional service. As well as shirts you’ll find suits, ties, shoes, cufflinks, knitwear, casualwear and accessories in the Charles Tyrwhitt collection.

Our products and service

We are particularly well-known for selling outstanding quality shirts. Each Charles Tyrwhitt shirt is made in the traditional time-honoured way from only the finest materials including two-fold long staple cotton with crisp collars and cuffs and durable twin-needle stitching. That means that it will help customers to look and feel confident and smart for a very long time. Shirts are available in slim fit, classic fit and tailored fit, with a choice of sleeve lengths, double or single cuff and a monogramming service.

We also offer classic suits, Italian travel suits and contemporary Black Label suits, as well as a number of seasonal suit ranges, to suit all shapes and styles. Our tie collection features handmade ties in 100% silk, including very rare seven-fold ties. We also sell beautiful shoes made from premium calf leather in Northampton, with added Goodyear welts for extra durability. Our casualwear collection includes luxurious cashmere knitwear for men and women, double-knit piqué polo shirts and comfortable cotton chinos. Accessories include cufflinks in sterling silver, pure silk handkerchiefs and scarves.