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The Chap is launching a new range of gentlemen’s accessories in Autumn 2017. The first of these is a brand-new sheaf of pocket square designs, a mixture of original 1920s art deco designs and new creations by designer Caroline Lindop. Later in the season we shall be launching neckties, cravats, cufflinks and lapel pins.


Scatterchap Pocket Square

The first of our new Chap pocket square designs features our new Chap logo in navy blue dancing around a burgundy background. It is printed on high quality pure silk and measures 40cm squared. The design was created by Caroline Lindop, who also designed our updated logo. Click on the image to see the full pattern. Pre-orders are being taken for this design and they will be despatched on 3rd October 2017.

Price: £20.00

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Deco Print Pocket Square

Sourced from an original pattern from 1928, this print even has the date printed on it, although it is quite clearly a classic 1920s Art Deco design. Printed on pure silk and measuring 40cm by 40cm, this colourful pocket square will liven up any jacket breast pocket. Should a lady request use of your pocket square to wipe away a tear, simply carry a replacement in your trouser pocket, as she is unlikely to wish to return it. Click on the image to see the full design. Pre-orders are being taken for this design and they will be despatched on 3rd October 2017.

Price: £20.00

Price with postage




Deco Chap Pocket Square

The second design from Caroline Lindop blends our new Chap logo into an Art deco border, in muted 1920s tones, creating the ideal pocket square for a brown or grey tweed jacket, or in warmer weather a cream linen jacket. Deco Chap is printed on high quality pure silk and measures 40cm x 40cm. Click on the image to see the full pattern. Pre-orders are being taken for this design and they will be despatched on 3rd October 2017.

Price: £20.00

Price with postage




Cigarette Pocket Square

Another original 1920s fabric print, from a period when cigarette smoking was practically fetishised. The smouldering gaspers form a nice geometric, nearly monochromatic design that we feel would be ideally suited to evening wear. It is printed on high quality pure silk and measures 40cm x 40cm. Click on the image to see the full pattern. Pre-orders are being taken for this design and they will be despatched on 3rd October 2017.

Price: £20.00

Price with postage




Chap Tile Pocket Square

For the third in our new series of pocket squares, designer Caroline Lindop has harked back to earlier Chap pocket squares by using a grid formation, but maintaining a strong art deco flavour by adding a geometric border and using the sorts of colours used on Pullman carriages in the 1930s. This, the boldest of the new designs, would work perfectly with a black or dark grey suit. Click on the image to see the full design.

Price: £20.00

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Floral Pocket Square

An original fabric pattern from the 1930s, this elegant design has all the classic elements of the period, including bold contrasting colours and an Oriental influence. The pattern is a beauty on its own, and even better when sunk nonchalantly into the breast pocket of one’s jacket. It is printed on pure silk, machine hemmed and measures 40cm by 40cm. This design will be available on 3rd October 2017; pre-orders are being taken now. Click on the image to see the full design.

Price: £20.00

Price with postage




The Chap Brogue

The Chap Brogue is a Goodyear-welted brogue of tan coloured calf leather, built on a classic shaped last with added anarcho-dandyist flourishes, such as red stitching on the welts, sytlish brogueing on the heel and the Chap logo burnished on to the leather sole and also on the instep. It represents, we feel, everything that a gentleman’s shoe should stand for, and with all the construction qualities one would expect from a Northampton-based shoemaker. The Chap Brogue comes with red laces, and a spare set of brown laces for weekdays.

Price: £250.00

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