I do seem to remember a number of my friends bemoaning the lack of affordable, well-made, cotton clerical shirts. These are fair trade, but I don’t think that should put you off if they fit the bill in other respects. They are also asking for suggestions of colours to expand their range.
ETA: On closer inspection, I am amused to see that one of the Butlers who make up ‘Butler and Butler’ is none other than Simon Butler, who many years ago lived in the room next to mine at Oak Hill. As I recall, he funded his way through college by running a car-import business. Clearly the entrepreneurial spirit lives on.
or ‘Trinny and Susannah do the Church’.
I feel sure there are a number of my readers who would benefit from the Tips For Men section. Also, I really enjoyed her Jeans Debate. Obviously I don’t think ministers should be wearing jeans on Sunday mornings and there are points on both sides of the argument that are certainly wrong. But still, it’s one of the more helpful things I’ve read for my ‘Clothes Maketh the Man’ essay on Exodus (which has now become Exodus as Ordination Rite and not really about clothes at all. Oh well.)