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Clothing made in the UK – British clothes manufacturers and British Made Clothes – UK made clothes and accessories. Who made your clothes?

British made menswear, British made womenswear, British made children’s clothes.  Clothing made in the UK.

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I sense a revival of British clothes manufacturing. Much has gone, but there is still a fantastic choice of British made clothes out there, whether you want to spend a lot or not very much money.

Here you can find links and information, in no particular order, about British made clothes, for men, women and children. This article is ongoing and I will add to it when I discover more British clothes manufacturers and suppliers. Only companies that actually make or supply clothes made in the UK will be featured here, not simply companies that used to make clothes in the UK or are just selling clothes in the UK. The products I list here are genuinely made in the UK, not simply labelled to imply British heritage or manufacture.

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http://www.stateofmindactive.com/ – Swimwear and sportswear for UK sizes 14 to 24.  Made in Britain.


We here at State of Mind HQ have faced a huge challenge designing and manufacturing our very own range of clothes.  It’s taken 18 months to get from sitting around our dining room tables with copious cups of tea and a plan, to sitting in our new spangly office with a warehouse full of freshly minted, Made in Britain active-wear created just for people like you.

Our biggest challenge so far has been manufacturing.  We initially made our clothes at a factory in Indonesia but had to dump almost 5,500 items of stock when we found that they didn’t meet our exacting standards.  Although the clothes were beautiful, the fabric pilled and bobbled after a few wears (we discovered this heartbreaking fact at our first photo-shoot!) and that just wasn’t good enough.  We took the brave decision to start all over again and look locally for suppliers.

We’re very proud…

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