The Story of the Savile Row Teba

Classic Spanish Meets Classic English

Francisco — our Spanish correspondent and Teba expert — has forwarded on some pictures to share of a Teba jacket he had made on Savile Row.

The story:

Francisco wanted to try a fully bespoke Teba from Savile Row. He contacted Joshua Byrne, a cutter at Henry Poole at the time, to see if he could help. Francisco sent over one of his Tebas to see if Joshua could create a version. Joshua, who is now running Byrne & Burge tailors of Mayfair, happily obliged.

The Teba has hand-stitched collar, lapels and buttonholes (with polished horn buttons), and has the Teba's traditional blousy shirt-cuff sleeves and 'skirt' at the back. Francisco is thrilled.

Here's Francisco wearing it with a bespoke shirt from Turnbull & Asser, trousers from Slowear's Incotex and some (Pre-Prada) Church's shoes in Cordovan leather.

Do you have a beloved item or outfit to share amongst our select readership? By all means send a pic or two to Mrs T.


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