Style For Soldiers

In gratitude for the courage and sacrifice of our service men and women, Emma visits Headley Rehabilitation Centre for the injured to make the patients a complementary bespoke shirt in our luxury cottons. We also give to those who use them, of whom there are many, a hand carved ebony walking stick with a buffalo horn handle, and silver band engraved with their regiment and initials. They are extremely appreciative, taking great trouble to choose their fabrics and style of shirt, and there is always excitement when we arrive with the finished shirts and sticks. We have received many moving letters and emails of thanks, when of course they are the ones to be thanked. 

The popular Style for Soldiers Christmas Party is the largest reunion for injured service personnel and their families.

Patrons Lisa Armstrong, Fashion Editor of the Telegraph, David Gandy, and Major General Sir George Norton play a valuable role bringing work experience and job opportunities, and raising awareness.

In order to provide the full uniform for the transition into civilian working life for those leaving the forces following injury, Style for Soldiers aims to also give tailored suits and shoes, therefore we would be grateful for your donations. Donations can be made by sending a cheque payable to ‘Style for Soldiers’ and to us at Style for Soldiers, 66 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6NY.

Style for Soldiers is a Registered Charity. Style for Soldiers has no staff or administration costs. 

We were honoured to have received support from Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, as well as a Morale Award from the British Forces Foundation, and nominated for the Sun Military Awards 2010 for Support to The Armed Forces for our Style for Soldiers initiative. 

Registered Charity no. 1161119