At Jeya Narrative, we believe in owning fewer, better quality items that stand the test of time and support and encourage individual talent.
For that reason, we do not promote overspending or impulsive buying nor do we agree with devaluing the work of designers. Sales remain nonetheless the perfect opportunity to invest in timeless, classic pieces, and perhaps treat yourself to a limited number of garments you have coveted for a long time too.
To make navigating the sale easier and save you time, here is our sale edit of the best buys for your wardrobe - and how best to accessorise them to complete the look and ensure you make an impression.We are of the opinion that you never know when you might meet somebody important, so always look and feel your best. ⚡️
Accessorise your smart dressing with colourful socks or a pocket square for a touch of colour.
The perfect occasion to showcase your individuality. Dress stylishly with just a little panache.
Prepare to make an entrance. Nonchalantly sport a double breasted jacket just because you can, add a bow tie for a little pizzazz and surprise your host by gifting them a selection of edible cocktails - the perfect conversation starter.
Textured wool, silk and linen-blend blazer
£400 (was £675)
Edible cocktails - mixed selection
Look sharp with tailored clothing that show you mean business.
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Be in your dad's good books by helping him to look and feel his best yet with style that empowers. Father's Day gifts, sorted.
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Sir Hardy Amies revolutionised menswear and made it more accessible than ever before in the 1950s. By bringing a fresh modern twist to men's tailoring and offering quality, affordable off-the shelf suits, he almost single-handedly democratised menswear and, and to this day, his progressive thinking is regarded as pivotal to the great revival of men’s tailoring.
Read 16 style tips, extract from Amies' ABC of Men's Fashion.