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Women's Collection

We’re such dedicated shirt fiends at Thomas Pink that we believe a girl can never have too many. From Whites (always a winner) to vividly coloured silks, from softly washed cottons to crisp poplins and whether you’re a dress-me-up or dress-me-down kind of girl, we think we’ve got most occasions covered.

The ROBYN DRESS

About Our New Collection

A blustery Autumn wind has blown away cobwebs at Thomas Pink, refreshing the styling and giving prominence to the White Shirt. The collection heroes the most constant of all shirts, the White Shirt, in all its’ iterative forms and fabrics. Inspired by heroic shirt wearers - Mrs Vreeland, Katharine Hepburn and Mr Darcy to name a few - our aim was to create handsome shirts with a commanding character at once combining versatility with standout showmanship.

Fine Swiss cottons and poplins so crisp that they crackle mingle with honeycomb lace and sleek silks to compose a collection which jostles for attention. The focus is firmly on whites, from Optic to ivory, but highlights of bold colour appear- cornflower blue, emerald, fuchsia and scarlet all feature. The shirt takes centre stage but shares the limelight with a protégé, the shirt dress. Ingenuously buttoned and belted, it can be worn (at least) five ways. Two jackets - a four pocket tweed and a tux in wool mohair provide the finishing touches.

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NEWWOMENSWEARCOLLECTION

Shirts are at the heart of all we do and in our new Womenswear collection for Autumn/Winter 2013 this is especially true. We took a step back and looked at our very first collection for Women which was inspired by all the Pink fans who were pinching their man’s shirt to wear. We took that as our starting point and as they say, the rest is history.

We hero the shirt as the centerpiece of your wardrobe, ring the changes with different styles, fabrics and colours, add a few well curated separates and polish the whole off with a slick of lipstick and great accessories. You’ll be ready for whatever the day throws at you.

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