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Peter Werth Autumn/Winter 2012 collection

May 30, 2012

Founded in Islington back in 1975, Peter Werth has been a part of the British menswear landscape for 36 years. They’re a label that if I’m honest, I’ve always passed over but have to admit that I rather liked the look of their next season images, especially the more formal pieces in the collection.

The formal wear collection has a nice, well detailed feel about it, with a few different styles present. Classic two button single-breasted jackets come with notched lapels in a variety of cloths with velvet, charcoal sharkskin, camel twill and mid-grey mohair all featuring. Elsewhere sees the introduction of a double breasted jacket that comes in sharp blues, Prince of Wales checks and chambray fabrics.

The shirt range includes softly laundered cotton Oxford, End-on-End and chambray, plus various checks and solid colours. Collar styles include classic, cut-away and micro button-downs, and many of the shirts feature contrast fabrics on the inner plackets and cuffs, in addition to contrast button stitching. Knitwear comes in soft marl yarns with sweatshirt styling and shawl collars and there’s a selection of simply style outerwear.

The label have been keen to develop their range over the past few seasons to a point where they’re about sharp, utility menswear. There’s an added emphasis on cut and premium fabrication where possible, but still staying very much affordable. For more information on the brand, or to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: Peter Werth.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 30, 2012 10:18 am

    Reblogged this on MAD seuwichi.

  2. Jonny Briggs permalink
    June 1, 2012 11:55 am

    Tidy. Liking the blazer with the contrast pockets.

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