Like all our civilian bespoke tailoring and bespoke shirts, the uniforms that we make are all cut at Number 10 Savile Row.
The specialist uniform and military uniform work we undertake is often highly intricate and requires technical skills that take many years to learn and master.
As an example, it took our 'QEST Scholar' Sarah Wilkinson an entire week to make the intricate sleeves of HRH Prince Harry's uniform for his wedding.
She learnt the skills necessary for such technical work during her five year apprenticeship. An apprenticeship that included a period of studying gold wire embroidery at the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace.
So between HRH and the four page boy uniforms we also made, we used 150 metres of Black Russia lace. And amazingly, it took approximately 65,000 hand-stitches for the ribbed lacework alone.
We appreciate how busy our military customers are so we also provide accessories and miscellaneous military sundries. These include Mess Wellingtons, spurs, gloves, buttons, rank badges and medal mounting.