The Well Fashioned list of Made in Britain Clothing.
Age of Reason offers a range of playful silk scarfs, womenswear and cushions with an emphasis on quality and sustainability. Designer Ali Mapletoft is dedicated to her ethos of anti-sweatshop fashion and has embedded this into the brand. All of the clothes are made in Hull, Yorkshire (The Pin House).
A-mm-e: Totnes, Devon
Combining Italian elegance with a contemporary British style, designer Emma Kempton creates luxury wear for all lifestyles.
Antiform are passionate about sustainable design and fashion upcycling. All materials and workmanship used by the brand are sourced in the UK and the result is a unique collection ranging from fisherman knits to glitter.
Bamford wish to help women feel comfortable with what they wear and hope that each item will be cherished from one generation to the next. Although their line is at the higher end of the price scale, the quality they provide turns their simple items into investments.
Nicola Woods combines sophistication and fun childhood memories in her luxury womenswear prints which have acclaimed international recognition from the likes of Kate Middleton and Taylor Swift.
Describing her brand as ‘Wearable Art’, Bianca manufactures scarfs, tops, skirts and dresses in various locations around the UK, with perfected attention to detail in every piece.
There are over 50 special processes involved in making Brora cashmere from expert weaving and knitting to carefully washing the fabric, this attention to detail creates a beautiful cashmere range.
Celtic & Co produce fine quality British sheepskin footwear and clothing, all manufactured in Cornwall and sourced in Britain wherever possible, priding itself on an eco-friendly ethos. For details on their factory shop click here.
Cioch: Struan, Isle of Skye, Invernessshire.
Based on the Isle of Skye, Cioch aim to provide outdoor clothing with the ‘Perfect Fit’ with garments tailor made to your measurements and in your colour combination of choice.
Cocoon produce made-to-measure affordable rainwear in their quaint workshop in Oxfordshire.
Colenimo has created a contemporary line with vintage details, aimed at the modern woman.
Community Clothing has a simple mission, to create high quality, affordable clothing whilst providing jobs to skilled workmen and women and thus restoring real pride within British manufacturing.
For over 175 years Cordings have created womenswear with the ‘quintessential British woman in mind’. Having dressed the Queen Mother, Cordings boasts both quality and effortless class.
With every garment made in London, Closet channels the confident and feminine style of the modern woman into all their pieces from tailored jackets to the little-black-dress.
This label presents in London Fashion Week and is supported by the likes of Topshop and the British Fashion Council, and what’s more every piece is designed and made in London!
With every sketch and stitch produced in Derbyshire, David Nieper celebrates British design and manufacturing with his large range of womens garments finished with the signature of the principle seamstress who crafted them. For details on their factory shop click here.
With a following that ranges from the Royal Family to Nigella Lawson, Diva Catwalk is known for quality stretch fabrics and timeless classics, all designed and made in their London studio. Check out their show room: 146 New Cavendish St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 6YQ
Specialising in high quality sheepskin and shearling but ensuring that each item hold warmth without adding weight to your outfit. Based around two collections, BLACK and CLASSIC, Dlux London offers quality outwear made in the UK.
All Elizabeth Martin Tweed products are designed by founder, Elizabeth Martin and hand-made by local staff in Scotland using Harris Tweed, Egyptian Cotton, Satin and Silk.
Sourcing their fabric mainly from Leicester market, Falcieri Design offers unique and classy womenswear for every occasion.
Farfield Clothing: Sedbergh, Cumbria.
With their range of warm coats and accessories, Farfield Clothing is dedicated to supporting it’s small local town in Cumbria. For details on their factory shop click here.
Frank and Faith: Gateshead, Tyne & Wear.
Frank and Faith are committed to selling top quality products without hidden, harmful chemicals like pesticides and other toxic substances
Gio Stockings: Loscoe, Derbyshire.
A range of Fully Fashioned (seamed) and Reinforced Heel and Toe (seamless) stockings made on original Reading knitting machines.
Godiva Boutique, Edinburgh
Godiva Boutique stock some great Made in Scotland clothes in the centre of Edinburgh, including Rowan Joy. In the area? Why not pop over to see just how great the quality of Made in Scotland womenswear collections and accessories are or shop online.
Hope prides itself on creating clothing for ‘real body shapes and proportions’ with effortless style. With opportunities for a visit from a personal Hope at home stylist, the brand gives you a unique shopping experience.
John Smedley,a family-run business established over 230 years ago, produces the finest British knitwear from skirts to shirts. For details on their factory shop click here.
All cloths are selected from British mills, and used to create a small British range of womenswear in Shropshire.
Justine Tabak is inspired by various places around the British Isles creating a brand rooted in UK style and traditions.
Katherine Hooker creates endless combinations of fabrics, trims and buttons in her collection of tailored coats handmade in their London workshop. In recent years the brand has expanded to create jackets, dresses, coats and more.
Knutsford: Knitsford, Cheshire.
Inspired by the rich tapestry of British military history, Knutsford craft beautiful womenswear using the finest quality materials, including cashmere and waxed cotton
Koro Kimono have created a unique range of Japanese inspired clothing using African fabrics in the heart of London.
Lauren Shanley describes herself as a ‘self taught artist working with cloth’. Her use of recycled materials and interesting embellishments leads to unique and bold pieces of clothing, great for a statement wardrobe.
Le Kilt: London
Samantha McCoach creates kilts with the aim of building upon her family’s kilt making heritage, re-appropriating her grandmother’s traditional Scottish tailoring to fit into a modern wardrobe.
Maquien pays great attention to detail in their range of garments, often boasting quirky fine details.
Focused on giving each garment a perfect silhouette, Matilda & Quinn create quality dresses without breaking your bank account.
Specialising in jersey fabric, Nancy Dee produces clothing that can easily be worn in both the day and night whilst upholding a sustainable and eco-friendly ethos.
Patricia Dawson uses colour in a daring way to produce eye-catching pieces designed for women over 50.
Polka Pants have noticed that despite the rise of female chefs entering the industry, most chef’s trousers remain aimed at a unisex market. Polka Pants have thus created a range of stylish, tailored trousers which are high waisted, slim-fitted and cropped at the ankle proving to be a perfect alternative to unisex options.
Quintessentially ‘Brit Chic’, Recipe offers a unique line that harks back to classic British styles.
Rixo London ensures that each garment is made with longevity in mind so that you can cherish everything you buy from one season to the next. Their prints are unique and bold, creating a stand out collection.
The label originally started as a vintage reworking project which then evolved into Rowan taking inspiration from vintage pieces and creating her own one-off designs. Rowan Joy also offers a bridal-wear range.
Drawing inspiration from her Indian heritage, Saloni celebrates bold colours and unique patterns in her designs. Her work has been worn by the likes of Emma Watson and is stocked in shops including Selfridges and Harrods, truly reflecting the high quality of the Saloni brand.
Siobhan Molloy: Manchester.
Describing her brand a ‘obscurely beautiful’, the geometric and quirky styles live up to expectations of unique and striking design.
Stewart Christie & Co have a long history of holding both estate and family tweeds and tartans. Both a made to measure and bespoke tailoring service is offered, bespoke orders being made on site in their Edinburgh workroom.
Susie Stone designs collections from ready to wear garments to high end. Her design portfolios show the great depth of her talent.
Taking influences from fashion in the period 1925 to 1965, The House of Foxy creates unique vintage clothes whilst upholding an ethos which supports local businesses and eco-fashion!
The Pretty Dress Company’s items all have a vintage twist, in some it is a simple design feature and in others the vintage nature stands out more. Either way the collection is fun, vibrant as well as timeless and classy.
Every girl needs a dress that makes her feel great, but Little Posh Dress doesn’t just limit that to a Little Black Dress. With one classic design, you can pick from a pattern of polkadots to satin.
Venus Cow pride themselves on creating a staple clothing item for every woman, the ‘Perfect Black Leggings’ with all fabric and manufacturing sourced in the UK!