We are Social!

At K&A we have always taken great pleasure from sharing on social media. It gives us an opportunity to engage with the menswear community and hopefully impart some wisdom along the way! However, we are aware that people can be put off by the amount of pointless noise and sales patter on the internet, and we’d like to assure you that our policy regarding content is very much focused on quality rather than quantity.

 

A screengrab from our Instagram Page

A screengrab from our Instagram Page

 

As well as providing our own articles, much like those you might read on this blog, we scour the web looking for style advice, photographs and any other gems that we think would enlighten or entertain our From the Cutting Room Table readership. We also put out the occasional offer or other exclusives – just to reward your appreciation of our efforts.

 

This year we have joined Instagram, so as well as our Pinterest page it’s a fantastic place to see great men’s style and get inspired. Or if it’s the written word you’re after, over 1500 people like us on Facebook and over 14,700 people follow us on Twitter – so hopefully we’re doing something right!

Finally, for the best bits from across the board there’s always our monthly E-Magazine – The Stitch.

Whatever your social preference, we hope you enjoy our output and we’d love to hear your feedback.

Call 0800 0274430 or contact us here for more information. We have fitting locations in London: Liverpool St, Savile Row and Charing Cross; Nottingham; Leeds; Wilmslow and Surbiton. We also have a new store in Amersham

King & Allen News
26 September 2019

The suit lover’s guide to the smart-casual office trend

An increasing number of companies are adopting a less formal office dress code these days, with fewer businesses expecting their male employees to show up in a suit and tie. Instead, the new watchword is ‘smart-casual’. But where does that leave the suit lover?

Style Tips & Advice Business Style
12 September 2019

Hype For Pinstripe

The term ‘pinstripe’ refers to the very thin, parallel lines that run through a cloth, contrasting with the main colour. Taken at face value, it would seem to be a fairly bland description of a simple fabric pattern. But the history of the pinstripe suit is anything from bland and, indeed, the suit itself has a host of connotations attached to it.

Style Tips & Advice Style History
27 August 2019

Peaky Blinders: why we love Aunt Polly’s suit style

The new Peaky Blinders series is back with a bang and we’re not just talking about the storylines. As ever, Tommy and his crew look as sharp as the razor blades the real-life Peaky Blinder gang were rumoured to stitch into the peak of their flat caps.

Style Tips & Advice Celebrity Style Style History

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