To be the people who make your favourite shirts and ensure that your shopping experience with us is one you'll want to come back to time and time again.
Thin Red Line was born in the heart of London's Savile Row to supply the finest quality Gentlemen's shirts and accessories. We have now grown into a fully online and mail order retailer with the ability to provide you with the finest quality garments at a fraction of the normal brick and mortar retail prices. Our passion for craftsmanship and detail, together with our manufacturing knowledge and experience, enables us to create clothing of unparalleled quality.
All Thin Red Line products are crafted from the best fabrics, ranging from 100% superfine cotton for our shirts, to the finest silk used in our ties.
Shopping With Us
We endeavour to make your shopping experience with us one of the best you'll have. We aim to dispatch all orders (placed before 2pm) the same day and all purchases are covered by our 30 day no quibble guarantee (reduced to 7 days for sale items). If you're in any way dissatisfied with one of our products, return it used or unused within 30 days of order and we'll refund your money - no questions asked.
At Thin Red Line we're just a little bit different from most 'shirt makers' because all our shirting fabrics have been woven specially for us and our shirts are stitched in our own premises. At the end of the day, regardless of how well the shirt is stitched, it's the fabric you're wearing that counts. We pick the finest yarns, then dye and weave them into the desired fabric styles. After the fabric is woven, it undergoes no fewer than six different (non-chemical) treatments in order to achieve the wondrous, silky smooth feel that has become the hallmark of a Thin Red Line shirt.
All our shirts meet the Jermyn Street standard (though we prefer to say Savile Row instead!). However, it's not just the five piece collar, removable collar bones, four-piece split yoke, cross-stitched buttons, three sleeve pleats, side gussets or generous tail length that make a good shirt. It is a combination of the finest material and these traditional garment stitching techniques (which have almost all but been forgotten in this age of mass-manufacturing) that gives you an exceptional one.