150 years of trading is a milestone for any business, especially in these challenging times. A shop that has helped generations of men dress to impress, Warwicks has come a long way since its beginnings in 1868 when Samuel Warwick opened a tailor shop in High Street, Wellingborough. Today, the Wellingborough flagship store has expanded to just under 10,000 sq feet over two floors and branches are located in Kettering and Northampton.
A family business, Warwicks mainly sells and hires out quality menswear, under the management of its fifth generation directors, David and Neil Warwick.
David says Warwicks focus on the four retailing Ps: place, product, price and people. A coupling of these values, along with good, old-fashioned service, is proving a worthwhile formula for this spacious shop which sells both contemporary and more traditional items for men’s wardrobes.
The hire-wear department, which is flourishing, has seen a recent expansion and is now situated on the ground floor. This, combined with more spacious fitting rooms and relaxed seating areas, means that decisions do not have to be rushed. The wedding selection ranges from contemporary suits in blues and greys to the classic tails and tuxedos. Following a surge in the sale of waistcoats, Warwicks have introduced tweed waistcoats which can be tried on in the store. It is currently geared up for the festive season with tuxedo hire.
Men’s contemporary fashion exists alongside hire-wear on the ground floor with desirable brands such as Fynch-Hatton, Crew Clothing, Henri Lloyd, Superdry, Ben Sherman and more. Customer favourites such as Meyer, Seidensticker, Olymp, Remus and Loakes are also sold, so take your pick from the wide selection!
Warwicks complements its menswear department with a wide selection of accessories. It caters to alternate sizes with its ‘Big and Tall’ range, offers special deals for students’ proms and graduations and stocks over 500 suits from age 7 through to men’s sizes up to 56″ chest. The wide selection of suits includes both two and three-piece styles.
Skilled and qualified in-house seamstresses are available to expertly alter any item purchased from Warwicks; they also offer to make waistcoats, cravats and ruches using the customer’s fabric, if required.
Warwicks is an outstanding example of excellence where staff go way beyond expectations and provide a tailored, individual experience for each and every customer which draws them back time and again!
In the words of Mary Portas, ‘people always respond to brilliant service, genuine expertise and a quality product’!
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Warwicks, 33-39 High Street, Wellingborough NN8 4HW
T: 01933 224981 W: http://warwicksmenswear.co.uk
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 9am to 5.30pm / Sunday Closed