from CHURCHILL STYLE
Churchill was always drawn to fine clothes. Having bought breeches as a young man, and his first military uniforms as a young cadet, he next added frock coats, trousers, and vests, as part of his new Parliamentary wardrobe. His suits and overcoats were often made by Henry Poole. As early as 1905, Churchill visited Henry Poole’s original Savile Row shopfront and returned often. In later years, a cutter was usually dispatched by Poole’s to measure Churchill at Chartwell.