JERMYN STREET SHIRT

This is the classic English shirt style with all the traditional details such as raised front, quarter inch single needle stitching, matched patterns at the seams, and Real Mother of Pearl buttons cross stitched with plenty of thread. 

A woman in a man's beautifully made shirt is a look hard to beat.  The Jermyn Street shirt works beautifully in the extensive collection of luxury Swiss Cottons, as featured online.

Angelina Jolie models the size XS Emma Willis white superior Jermyn Street shirt in September's Vanity Fair.

This shirt can be ordered with your choice of fabric, cuff, pocket, front and sleeve length. Sample shirts are available in our Jermyn Street Shop to try for size and fit.

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White Superior Cotton - Jermyn Street

£290

Pink Superior Cotton - Jermyn Street

£290

Sky Superior Cotton - Jermyn Street

£290

Riviera Superior Cotton - Jermyn Street

£290

Black Superior Cotton - Jermyn Street

£290

Sky Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Sky Blue Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Pink Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Rose Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Lilac Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Lavender Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Beige Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Sky Check Cashmerello - Jermyn Street

£350

Pink/Sky Check Cashmerello

£350

Houndstooth Cashmerello

£350

Blue Brushed Cotton - Jermyn Street

£310

Pale Blue Brushed Cotton - Jermyn Street

£310

Azure Brushed Cotton - Jermyn Street

£310

Midnight Brushed Cotton - Jermyn Street

£310

Gingham Brushed Cotton - Jermyn Street

£310

Ice Blue Oxford - Jermyn Street

£300

Blue Oxford - Jermyn Street

£300

Pink Oxford - Jermyn Street

£300

Sky Oxford Check - Jermyn Street

£300

Pink Oxford Check - Jermyn Street

£300

Blue Check - Jermyn Street

£330

Pink Check - Jermyn Street

£330

Sky Bengal Stripe - Jermyn Street

£330

Pink Bengal Stripe - Jermyn Street

£330

Navy Bengal Stripe - Jermyn Street

£330
 

"The West End tailor who makes suits for wounded soldiers" - Channel 4 News

Channel 4 News

Channel 4 interviewed Emma, founder of the charity Style for Soldiers, Ambassador Matt Weston and former soldiers David Roffe and Stewart Hill about the charity at the London shop, featured on the November 11th 6 o'clock news.

Click here to watch >

The Factory

The Factory

Mr Porter visited our English Shirt Factory in the centre of Histroic Gloucester and filmed the process of an Emma Willis shirt being made by our team of skilled cutters and seamstresses.

Click here to see our English factory >

Style for Soldiers

Style for Soldiers

In gratitude for the courage and sacrifice of our servicemen and women, Emma Willis makes complimentary shirts, walking sticks and hosts reunion parties for those she has met at Headley Court.

Click to read more about our charitable incentive >