Stenstroms

With pride since 1899
 
Focusing on quality, style and comfort, Stenstroms is a luxury label specialising in exquisite formal separates to support a well-edited gent's business or evening wardrobe. Offering over a century's worth of knowledge, tradition and craftsmanship in the tailoring industry. 
 
Showcasing the expertly crafted range of shirts, all are crafted using premium cotton and silk fabrications, the collection spans a host of prints and patterns ranging from blossoming florals to sharp checks and stripes all finished in a rich and charming colour palette. Set to dress-up any dapper suiting, make a style-savvy impression with our collection this season.

Stenströms originated in Sweden and have a longstanding tradition of owning and running a shirt factory. Founded in 1899 by August Stenström, it is still a family-owned company.

Since the very beginning Stenströms has crafted high-quality shirts. August’s reputation for making the best, most elegant shirts had spread far and wide, and all the most stylishly dressed men wanted a Stenströms shirt.

Today, over 100 years later, their reputation for unique quality has spread far beyond the country’s borders but the attention to detail and sense of quality remain unchanged.

 

 

 

 

 

Through experience and hard work, they pride themselves on finding the golden ratio between the quality of the shirt and the ability to adapt the shirt to your preference – bringing premium quality and the benefits of tailor-made craftsmanship to you.

Through the pursuit of perfection, as they roam the planet in search of the best materials and the latest design influences – so they can keep developing the shirt and the experience of wearing it.

Back home in Sweden they're the preferred choice of the Swedish King and Queen, and have been granted the royal warrant “Purveyor to the Royal Court of Sweden”.

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