Look Of The Week With Peter Werth

Craig of That Dapper Chap teams up with Peter Werth for their ‘Look Of The Week’ campaign and shows us what he’s wearing from their latest range.

The last time I wrote about Peter Werth was to tell you about their SS16 collection and prior to that it was all about their 40th birthday bash, held at their fresh new Eastcastle Street store in London. A few months on and they’re still going great guns and getting their AW16 collection ready.

In the meantime I’ve chosen a look from their SS16 collection for you as part of their #LookOfTheWeek campaign. Read on for the full details.

The flatlay as seen on my Instagram page

Since visiting the store I’ve become a big fan of Peter Werth and their style. The Twyford West sand Mac was a must have piece, particularly due to the inclement British spring weather! You never quite know where you are and even on the day of this shoot we went from rain, through sun and wind to hail. Four seasons in one day, well, two hours really!

Waiting for the rain to stop before shooting again

The Mac is a simple style with raglan sleeves in a showerproof cotton blend. The slim fit is great and I can already see me wearing this a lot over the next few weeks.

Under the Mac is the Japanese floral print cotton shirt. I saw this during my last visit and it went straight on my wish list. Easy to wear with jeans, I would also dress it up under a suit, chuck on a tie and I’m office ready.

My new Timex Fairfield Weekender  with striped Nato style strap

The Twyford Mac is a great fit

The jeans are not Peter Werth but I’ve included a similar pair in the ‘Shop The Look’ widget at the foot of this post. These are the ‘Marr’ slim fit jeans by Racing Green.

The shoes however, are Peter Werth. Available in Navy or Tobacco they are the Turnmill suede derby. A great fit and really comfortable to wear, they have a contrasting stitching and a deep sole.

Life’s a trip. Don’t forget to tie your shoe laces!

The red socks add a pop of colour and compliment the red in the pattern on the shirt

We all need a break from time to time right?

As the clouds disappeared and the sun came out, it became too warm to keep the Mac on! It’s crazy how fickle our British weather can be at this time of year! Keeping an eye on the clouds in the distance we finished the shoot and made our way home for a much needed cup of tea.

I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about this look. Are you a fan of Peter Werth? What do you think of the look? Would you have worn it differently? Just leave a comment at the end of this post and let me know what you think.

A closer look at the Turnmill tobacco suede derby shoes

Peter Werth. Trading since 1975 and an iconic British brand


Check out the Peter Werth SS16 collection online and in stores

Sun’s out again! Time to check some messages

Running for cover from the hail

Under the collar of the Peter Werth Twyford Mac

I can’t resist a set of steps!

The full look from Peter Werth

Sheltering from the hail in my Peter Werth ensemble

A close up of the collar on the Peter Werth coton Mac

The sun comes out and the Mac is off. You grab your chance while you can in this weather!

It’s in the bag. Shoot finished it’s time for a good old cup of tea

A closer look at the pattern on the Japanese floral print shirt

Time to catch up on some diary entries. What’s next for That Dapper Chap?



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