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PATTERN OF SOCIETY provides every man with a individual and stylish outfit. The times, where men couldn’t be told apart in an office are over. As are those where ties where restricted to only this area. Pattern of Society brings the most classic and traditional male accessory – the tie – back to its well deserved role in every mans leisure wear while spicing up the office look.
The special feature that makes the Pattern of Society ties unique is the shrewd idea to use different fabrics for the front and the end part of the tie. This way, when the end part isn’t pulled through the loop in the back, called Passantino, the different fabric from the end part will peek through at the side, giving the outfit a modern and recognizable touch. The ties are held in classic and casual patterns and textures. Various widths, fabrics and prices cater to the different needs of the customers.
Smart Turnout represents the hallmarks of British style: tradition, distinction and craftsmanship. Their collections combines the colours of some of Britain’s most elite institutions with pieces crafted to the highest standards from the finest materials.
Smart Turnout’s origins lie in the regimental and sporting traditions of the British Army. In British horse racing each rider wears a unique set of racing colours. These rules were no different for Scots Guards officer Philip Turner, who, when racing at Sandown had to find a jumper in the colours of his regiment. Seeking only the finest materials and craftsmen to create his jumper, he made something that caught the eye of his fellow Guardsmen, who all requested one of their own. Recognising the high quality of these, their requests soon turned into further orders, not just for jumpers, but ties, socks and other regimental items. Philip turned to the military once again to find a name for his company, this time the parade ground. Smart Turnout, a term used for soldiers looking their absolute best, embodied the precision and quality he envisioned for his company.
Today, this concept of perfection runs through everything we do, from the details of our stripes to the weave of our fabrics.