19 December 2015 - 2 minute read
There's an odd rule in making clothes.
Apparently (so I'm told) if the final 10% of a garment is in made in Great Britain, like sewing the buttons on a coat, then you can label the garment as 'Made in Great Britain'.
I don't agree with this. I'm pretty keen on honesty and hard work. So I'm pretty damned proud to be asked to stand alongside the likes of Mr. David Gandy and become an ambassador for a true 'Made In Great Britain' brand - Ross Barr Clothing.
This wonderful double breasted cardigan has Wool from Scotland (great for winter) and is then spun in West Yorkshire.
Image; Twitter @DGandyOfficial
Check out the Spencer Cardigan by Ross Barr clothing.