Our sizing journey - Newly regraded XL, 2X and 3X sizes!

Our sizing journey - Newly regraded XL, 2X and 3X sizes!
With the exciting arrival of our new Autumn & Winter 2021 Collection comes our newly regraded plus sizes. Learn more about our process here!
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The All Day, Every Day Dress

Pyne & Smith No. 34 dress in black linen
Our No. 34 in Black is our favourite all around wear throughout summer. It’s the perfect little black dress with soft, breathable linen that is incredibly versatile; honestly, the possibilities are endless!
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Cold Comfort Farm: A Style Guide

Cold comfort farm scene with seth, flora and a bull
An original love, Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons, gives insight to the personality and essence of Pyne & Smith. Written back in the 1930’s, Stella Gibbons brilliant and witty novel is about a high society, young woman determining how she can support herself as an aspiring writer after both her parents pass away.
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How To: Sew on a Button

How To: Sew on a Button - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
At Pyne & Smith we support conscious shopping and repairing what we own to minimise waste, promote mindful living and save money! We love helping our customers prolong their wardrobe's life cycle in any way we can...
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Linen Care Guide

Linen Care Guide - Pyne and Smith Clothiers

Linen is a beautiful, hardwearing natural fabric that is easy to maintain. Here are some tips to help you preserve the life of your linen garments!

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The Dig: Pyne & Smith Style Guide

The Dig cast wearing 1930's style clothing
Here at Pyne & Smith we have a favourite past time of watching movies purely to appreciate the costume design. This week I found myself (ahem... re-)watching The Dig and admiring the beauty and simplicity of the costumes. Here's how to incorporate The Dig into your Pyne & Smith style...
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Swedish Cinnamon Buns Recipe

Swedish Cinnamon Buns Recipe - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
Swedish cinnamon buns or 'kanelbullar' are typically twisted and tied into little doughy knots, instead of frosting/icing on the top like the USA counterparts, these buns are sprinkled with pearl sugar. The dough in Swedish cinnamon buns is also kneaded with a hint of cardamom for a nice twist on this delicious morning bun!
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A day in the life of Funso

Funso in linen dresses in chapel
Hello! My name is Funso (pronounced fuun-show), which is a name from the Yoruba language and translates to "A gift to my parents from God" - and I'm the gift!
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The Importance of Pockets

The Importance of Pockets - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
One of the reasons Pyne & Smith was created was to bring practicality into women’s fashion. This is a desire that has transcended generations, has been a part of gender politics, and even caused struggle and resistance in the past.
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Repairing your Linen Garments

Mending guide for linen dresses
Visible mending is a simple method for repairing a garment. Maybe you’ve snagged your dress on something, and a hole has formed, or you have weakened, thread bare areas from friction rubbing...
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Behind the scenes: Chapel Asylum Photoshoot

Behind the scenes: Chapel Asylum Photoshoot - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
The Asylum Chapel has an unexpected history. Despite what its name suggests, it was not actually a mental health institution, but instead an asylum in the older sense as a place of sanctuary, or more specifically an alms house....
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A tribute to German Salgado 1958-2021 - a key part of P&S

A tribute to German Salgado 1958-2021 - a key part of P&S - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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The Tea Dress - Our Muse

Pyne and Smith No. 30 linen dress collared button up with pockets
Inspired by other indoor garments such as the wrap or a robe, the tea gown was originally created for women to only wear in the privacy of their own home.
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Need to know Facts about Linen!

Need to know Facts about Linen! - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
Here at Pyne & Smith we love linen and believe it doesn’t get the attention it fully deserves, so we decided to highlight some facts about linen that you may (if you're already a linen lover) or may not know yet.
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Designing a Linen Collection

Designing a Linen Collection - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
The process of producing our dresses takes around 4 months from when we have placed our order with our linen mill. We begin work designing our Fall/Winter fabrics in March, with the goal that our collection will launch in September.
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Is ethical fashion expensive? No, here's why.....

Is ethical fashion expensive? No, here's why..... - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
“Ethically made, sustainable fashion” are words many brands like to make sure you know apply to them. Why are ethically made garments priced higher than high street brands? Why shop with ethical makers like Pyne & Smith? 
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Who makes our clothes?

Who makes our clothes? - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
Who makes our clothes? Why does it matter? Read on to learn more about how a P&S dress is created....
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What is Sustainable Fashion?

Daniela in model no.14 in grey linen dress
Sustainable Fashion is a hot topic term used widely right now, and while I would love to claim to be 100% sustainable, that term is impossible to obtain, because we all use water and power to produce our clothes. However, most brands who use this term are pledging their commitment to our planet, to leave behind a minimal carbon footprint when running a garment business.
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A Day in the Life of Nicole, a Crochet Designer & Elementary School Reading Teacher

A Day in the Life of Nicole, a Crochet Designer & Elementary School Reading Teacher - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Mama Harris's Apple Pie Crumble

Mama Harris's Apple Pie Crumble - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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2020 Gift Giving Guide

2020 Gift Giving Guide - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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New! A Pyne & Smith X L'Envers Fashion Collaboration

New! A Pyne & Smith X L'Envers Fashion Collaboration - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the life of Alex, a Fiber Artist

A Day in the life of Alex, a Fiber Artist - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Cream Teas, walks and summer days in England

Montage of linen dress flower sewing machine and field
A peek into the life I grew up with, climbing trees, the rich earthy air, the sweet smell of hay being cut, cups of tea and long walks in the countryside....
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Reasons to love Linen

Reasons to love Linen - Pyne and Smith Clothiers

As consumers, we are learning that synthetic materials are damaging to our planet. The good news? Natural fiber fabrics, like linen, are becoming more popular. Here’s some background information on what Linen is, and why you should wear it!

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A day in the life of Karmen, a visual storyteller

A day in the life of Karmen, a visual storyteller - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
Meet Karmen, a visual, story telling photographer whose talents include brand photography, creative portraits and boudoir photography.
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A Day in the Life of Julie, a Small Business Owner

A Day in the Life of Julie, a Small Business Owner - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the life of Erin, a Homesteading Mama

A Day in the life of Erin, a Homesteading Mama - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of a Pediatric ARNP: Devyn Cameron

A Day in the Life of a Pediatric ARNP: Devyn Cameron - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Styling The Swingy Dress

Styling The Swingy Dress - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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How To Wash & Care For Linen Clothes

How To Wash & Care For Linen Clothes - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of Yoga & Meditation Instructor: Amy Jo

A Day in the Life of Yoga & Meditation Instructor: Amy Jo - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of Tascha, An Artist & Illustrator

A Day in the Life of Tascha, An Artist & Illustrator - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Summertime In The UK

Summertime In The UK - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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The Process Behind Our Custom Linen

The Process Behind Our Custom Linen - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of Gina: Writer & Salsa Dancer

A Day in the Life of Gina: Writer & Salsa Dancer - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of a Fashion Designer: Julie

A Day in the Life of a Fashion Designer: Julie - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of a Fiber Artist: Maria

A Day in the Life of a Fiber Artist: Maria - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of a Surfing, Skating, Writer & Mother, Devon

A Day in the Life of a Surfing, Skating, Writer & Mother, Devon - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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England, Summers & Adventures in Linen Dresses

England, Summers & Adventures in Linen Dresses - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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My Top 5 Styled Images

My Top 5 Styled Images - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Meet The Corozo Nut, Our New Amazing Button

Meet The Corozo Nut, Our New Amazing Button - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of a College Professor

A Day in the Life of a College Professor - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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Linen, How Beneficial It Is, and Why We Love It

Linen, How Beneficial It Is, and Why We Love It - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day in the Life of an Author and Slow Fashion Advocate

A Day in the Life of an Author and Slow Fashion Advocate - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Delicious Inspiration

A Delicious Inspiration - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day In The Life of A Fashion Ethicist

A Day In The Life of A Fashion Ethicist - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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A Day In The Life Of A Fashion Designer

A Day In The Life Of A Fashion Designer - Pyne and Smith Clothiers
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