The Garmsman Dozen #12: Iain from Great Britain (Trickett_England)


Reading Time: 16 minutesWelcome to the 12th instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Iain Trickett from Great Britain! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? My name…

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The Garmsman Dozen #11: Lee from Great Britain (Bespokeaddict)


Reading Time: 20 minutesWelcome to the eleventh instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Liam from Great Britain! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? I am Lee…

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The Garmsman Dozen #10: Liam from the UK


Reading Time: 9 minutesWelcome to the tenth instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Liam! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? Liam Jefferies – 26 – UK…

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The Garmsman Dozen #9: Michael from the UK


Reading Time: 11 minutesWelcome to the ninth instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Michael from England! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? My name is Michael, aka…

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Peaky Blinders, how to buy the style


Reading Time: 7 minutesIt’s impossible to ignore the influence of the Peaky Blinders these days. Season four of the BBC series recently ended and there a fifth season has been promised, so the Blinders will no doubt be part of the public consciousness for a while yet. Unless you’ve been living in a dark cave, with only your little fishies for companionship, it’s…

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The Garmsman Dozen #8: Kris from Belgium


Reading Time: 17 minutesWelcome to the eighth instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Kris from Belgium! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? I’m Kris, @kapiteinzeppos on Instagram, a…

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How Harris Tweed is made – From loom to shop – Part 3


Reading Time: 10 minutesIf you’d asked me a year ago how Harris Tweed was made, I’d have replied something close to this: The wool comes to the mill and is made into yarn. The yarn is transported to the weavers at their crofts and they weave it into tweed. The tweed is then transported and made into many wonderful things. Job done. Sounds…

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The Garmsman Dozen #7: Even from Norway


Reading Time: 8 minutesWelcome to the seventh instalment of the “Garmsman Dozen” question and answer session. The response so far has been tremendous. Did you miss earlier ones? There are links at the end of the page. This week we welcome to the Garmsman Dozen Even Ramsvik from Norway! Who are you, where do you live and what interests you? Even Ramsvik, 34…

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Anniversary- Well Dressed Dad is 5 years old!


Reading Time: 7 minutesDear readers and fellow garment gazers, we have reached an anniversary: a full five years of the Well Dressed Dad blog. No mean feat really, in a world where the only certain thing is that anything that seems utterly spot on and relevant today will be replaced by something entirely new within a surprisingly short time. When I started the…

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How Harris Tweed is made – From yarn to tweed – Part 2


Reading Time: 10 minutesIf you’d asked me a year ago how Harris Tweed was made, I’d have replied something close to this: The wool comes to the mill and is made into yarn. The yarn is transported to the weavers at their crofts and they weave it into tweed. The tweed is then transported and made into many wonderful things. Job done. Sounds…

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