Buy Shirts That Will Last
Posted on January 11 2017
We believe you should buy shirts that will last. With the modern trend for cheap and fast fashion, it is little wonder that most shirts purchased on the high street today fall apart before a year is out. Unable to withstand frequent washing without buttons falling off, cuffs coming loose or hems fraying, many people find themselves frustrated that the shirts they buy need replacing on such a regular basis.
As a society we have become so used to the cheap prices paid for clothing, thanks to foreign imports, that many of us still expect the same old-fashioned quality, but for a cheap price. It just doesn't make sense that a garment made in a factory in China, churning out shirts in inferior material, would stand the test of time, and still look presentable.
At WH Taylor Shirtmakers, we strongly believe in good old-fashioned quality shirts. Shirts that can be worn every day for work, washed, and still be relied upon to wear again and again is the way it should be. We take pride in the quality of our shirts, finishing them by hand where need be and ensuring that every aspect of the garment is finished to a high standard. When people buy shirts from us, they buy shirts that will last.
By buying our shirts, you can be sure of good quality material, be it for work shirts, casual or formal shirts, and a high standard of workmanship that has continued through generations that will last. View Range >>
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