Peregrine & Jude puts some much-needed fun to the world of men’s formalwear, mixing traditional style with innovative designs to suit all personalities. Working with a range of suppliers from across the UK we seek out the best quality fabrics in a wide range of colours and patterns to create our custom-made garments. Our mission is to is to bring back choice, style and a touch of whimsy to formal dressing.


Conscious of the impact of mass-production, we aim as much as possible to produce our garments to-order, rather than as ready-to-wear pieces. Not only does this mean less waste, but it makes the item unique to the person who bought it, without whom it would not exist.

We do produce a small number of samples for photography and trying on in studio which will feature intermittently on our samples page.

Our ready-to-wear items are all produced locally in London and in limited quantities. Where possible we use fabrics and materials produced in the UK and are proud to maintain a transparent supply chain. Our Indian silks are all fully compliant with the EU’s REACH restrictions on harmful chemicals.

Emily Wetherell Peregrine Jude

Quality & Craftsmanship

Above all we value the quality of our garments, from the cut to finish. Our focus is on producing pieces that will stand the test of time – and hopefully see you through many memorable moments.

Whether it’s the generously cut fabrics, the hand-sewn buttons or the hidden details known only to the wearer, care and attention is paid at every level.


Emily trained in pattern cutting and bespoke men’s tailoring at ESMOD in Paris and the London College of Fashion.

It was while working with British heritage brand Aquascutum, which coincided with the Royal Wedding in 2011, that she received her first commissions to create outfits for the occasion and founded her eponymous label shortly thereafter. Word soon spread and Emily found herself making everything from women’s coats and suits to bridesmaids and wedding dresses and a certain design for a fun-but-formal waistcoat…

The success of these reversible wedding waistcoats lead to a change in direction towards menswear and the creation of Peregrine & Jude in 2014, which has since grown to a full-time business. Emily is passionate about traditional tailoring and its rich history and techniques, which are reflected in all Peregrine & Jude products.