1. PG Hornchurch
I don’t think this ultimately was part of the PG Jimi Hendrix collection but it should have been. The dark moody autumnal paisley has a firey, late-sixties feel and now occupies pride of place in my own wardrobe.
This was a design I came up and designed myself on iTailor after seeing some pics of Skinheads while on holiday in Scotland. I don’t think this is a widespread style, but the check against the solid colour upper back section gives it the edge over classic gingham. I've done a few more with this theme, but this is still my favourite.
This was one I got for my birthday earlier in the year and still top of the menu. Goes well with brightly coloured knits as seen in the pic here. No idea where it came from - never seen anything like it since, but it is a Merc label.
A new entrant for my modshops catalogue and one that doesn’t disappoint. Unique at the time in being a modern take on an Ivy League / Brooke Brothers sixties pattern, rather than keeping to a generic modern design.
I preferred to think of this as a pastel red when I first got it, but it clearly is just pink. Strong combination with patterned trousers and has that classic Ben Sherman collar roll.