Thomas Pink bills itself as “the British shirt authority” — and given its impeccable line of crisp men’s dress shirts, we’re not about to disagree. Named after an 18th-century tailor sought out by well-dressed Londoners for his peerless designs and craftsmanship (the expression "in the pink” was inspired by him), Thomas Pink is the brainchild of Irish brothers Peter, James, and John Mullen, who founded their company in 1984 as an homage of sorts to the legendary shirt makers of London’s Jermyn Street. As one might expect, Thomas Pink’s accessories collection features a full range of shirt-centric options — including silk and woven neckties, velvet and polka-dotted bow ties, cuff knots, solid silver tie bars and cufflinks, even collar “bones” to keep your collars flat and sharp. Pocket squares, belts, cashmere scarves, and leather gloves help complete your refined look. For women, Thomas Pink offers luxurious printed chiffon and silk scarves and silk-lined leather and suede lambskin gloves — the perfect finishing touches on any Kate Middleton-esque autumn ensemble.
Launched in the U.K. in the 1980s, Thomas Pink is named after an 18th-century tailor whose designs were coveted by well-dressed Londoners. Even today, being “in the pink” is still means you have impeccable style. In addition to its signature button-up shirts — crisp and tailored, in both classic and bold prints — Thomas Pink puts its rakish stamp on everything from silk ties to leather goods to boxer shorts.
This sale offers sophisticated and sharp clothing, footwear and accessories from some of the most trusted names in menswear. From A. Testoni and Cole Haan's supple and elegantly made oxfords to Calvin Klein's simple modern suits to the fuller Italianate style of C'e Luca and the sumptuous dress shirts of Thomas Pink, this wear looks good at the bar and everywhere else.
Pink’s signature button-up shirts — crisp and tailored, in both classic and bold prints — and handmade silk ties preserve the Savile Row tradition. Shirts come with both French and barrel cuff varieties and a stable of styles from conservative solids to a bright blue paisley. Also on offer: a selection of cufflinks including some with beautiful lapis lazuli and others in sterling silver.
Give the standard Father’s Day necktie a twist this year and get Dad a linen houndstooth or madras tie from Alexander Olch. Or choose among some less typical options: crocodile belts and handmade suede oxfords from A.Testoni, stately cufflinks from Thomas Pink (which also has an incredible variety of dress shirts) or more whimsical cuff decor from Jan Leslie.