Once used to identify a man’s clothing at the laundry, monogramming is now much more of a personal choice. Whether you’re treating yourself or looking for a personalised gift, this guide will tell you everything you need to know about monogramming your shirt.
Why Monogram Your Shirt?
Unless you strictly buy bespoke pieces, it can be hard to set your clothing apart from the rest – especially when it comes to your formalwear. However, monogramming your shirt offers the perfect way to subtly personalise your ensemble. It can also be a great way to celebrate a special date or occasion. Getting married? Why not include your partner’s initials on your cuff? Looking for a unique birthday gift? We can add a date of birth, nickname or age.
Where to Put Your Monogram
The monogram on your shirt should be understated not ostentatious, so we offer four classic positions that we think work best. Take your pick from:
- Pocket or left chest
- Cuff above watch
- Cuff centre
- Cuff below button
What Are the Other Monogramming Options?
As well as offering the choice of four positions, you can also select from eight fonts and eight different thread colours. Monogramming is available on all of our casual and formal shirts, whilst we also offer a monogramming service on our pyjamas and silk ties. Special requests – such as placing motifs on the placket or initials on the collar – can be made by emailing [email protected].
How to Monogram Your Shirt
Adding personalisation to your Savile Row shirt is super easy. Simply follow the below instructions:
Select the ‘Add Monogramming’ option found below the size selector
Next choose your font style
Proceed to the next step and select your thread colour
Now enter the initials you would like monogrammed
Finally select where you would like your monogram to go
Confirm your choices
Add shirt to basket
Monogramming your shirt occurs an additional cost of £7.95 – a small price to pay for a truly unique garment. Don’t forget to contact our customer service team if you have any questions or additional requests.