T.M.Lewin is a leading retailer of Men's and Women's shirts,
suits, ties and more, and is famous in London and beyond as being the
choice of wardrobe for many business professionals. T.M.Lewin has 70+
stores in the UK alone, a multi currency website and an international
store opening programme.
T.M.Lewin was established in 1898 in Jermyn Street, London.
Thomas Mayes Lewin was obsessive about quality and value, and worked
hard to establish T.M.Lewins reputation as a first class shirt tailor.
Innovation was important to Mr Lewin, and nearly 100 years ago, he
became one of the first to make the 'coat-shirt', the groundbreaking
idea of a shirt with buttons down the front.
Keeping in the spirit of our founder, we have continued to this day to
make shirts, suits and shoes in the same time-honoured manner, using
labour-saving advances only when they add to the quality, fit and
comfort of our clothes. Over the years we have developed our mens and
women's product offer to cover the entire business wardrobe, and have
introduced brightly coloured, checked, striped and patterned shirts
which bring both a certain confidence and an individual flair to the
work uniform. We aim to provide you with the opportunity to
effortlessly blend in to your professional life, but confidently stand
out from the crowd, with high quality business wear. Our in-house
design team creates over 100 new textiles every month to choose from
so you are more likely to be wearing an original!
Today, T.M.Lewin offers a range of menswear that includes mens
shirts, suits, ties, cufflinks, casualwear, outerwear and accessories,
as well as a distinctive range of womenswear, including shirts, suits,
knitwear and accessories. For something with a creative twist, we also
offer our John Francomb range - a modern take on the business
wardrobe. With over 60 stores currently in the UK and plans to open
more, whether you shop in store, online, through our catalogue or via
our phones, we look forward to bringing you the very best in quality
mens and womens businesswear.