Superior Service -Personalized Attention

JAMESON DOUGLAS, founded by Bradley and Kevin Miller in 2020, has changed how men shop and dress. Pooling their knowledge of mens style and garments, they have created a new standard in menswear.

"For three generations, our family has provided superior quality and excellence in menswear. We have taken these principles that our family have passed down include the importance of quality, detail, and superior client relationships."

We want our clients to know that what they are wearing is special and unique.

"Don't dress for where you are, dress for where you are going"

Holding true to our families principles...

We pride ourselves in being able to provide our clients with the ability to wear a one of a kind product, the knowledge about the fabrics, construction, and wearability of each unique garment.

Kevin Douglas

Kevin directs the ready to wear program at JAMESON DOUGLAS. Designing the wide array of garments available at the store. Kevin recreates classic pieces with a forward perspective. From fabric selection, sizing, colors, and function, every consideration is taken to ensure each garment will last and meets the companies high quality standards.

The stores ready to wear program produces garments with a "one in ten" philosophy. "We want our clients to know that what they are wearing is special and unique. Because of this commitment we only produce short runs of any of our garments, ensuring that out clients can invest in garments that they won't see on every corner. Think of it like small batch menswear."

Bradley Jameson

Bradley oversees the custom tailoring program at the store. "We know that our clients have a wide assortment of preferences and styles which is why our custom tailoring services are a perfect extension of our ready to wear program. This allows us to fit any body type and adjust for their needs."

Studying with master tailors from Savile Row, the mecca for bespoke menswear in the world, Bradley brings his knowledge of the craft to every client he works with. "There is a lot that has to be considered when trying to make a two dimensional fabric into a three dimensional garment. Its not just a set of measurements, that would be easy. The garment has to move with you effortlessly."

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