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The Tails Family Creates New Label

Posted on 27 Jun 2014

Tails Menswear Label photo in the forrest

The planets are aligning and the moon is new. Such things precipitate change. At Unexpected house,
although the bricks and mortar do not shift, the fabric of things does. The news is this: the Tails family
is diverging. Or doubling. Depending on how you look at it.

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Posted in News By Joshua Mark Williams

Tails Look Book: A/W 2013

Posted on 1 Oct 2013

In the depths of a glacial spring, we took the Tails team on a jaunt through the wilds 
Brecon: possibly the least hospitable place for a clothing photoshoot, but there were 

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Posted in Autumn By Natalie

Royal Welsh Show 2012

Posted on 24 Jul 2012

The Tails and the Unexpected team has been out and about at the Royal Welsh Show in
Builth Wells this week. Now, if you’re a resident of Wales, or indeed of Britain, you’ll be
aware that summer 2012 seems to have been postponed until further notice.
So, fully prepared for a day of wellies and thigh-high mud, it was with a reasonable deal
of shock that the prospect of a day out in the sun presented itself.

Now, I won’t pretend that the agricultural community is always a hotbed of style,
but goodness, B...

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Posted in Events By N. A. David

The team has pulled together a list of favourite winter items; some new in and
some you may recognise as old favourites.
As always, we’d love to hear from you, so do get in touch.

1. Lambs Wool Cardigan by Wolsey
This beautifully soft and warm classic cardigan will stand the test of time and looks
great with jeans, cords or chinos.

2. Ushanka Russian Fur Hat
The Russians know how to do warm hats. If you’re waiting with trepidation for the
snow to hit, this is just the thing.

3. Fair Isle Socks by Corgi

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Posted in Editor's Choice By N. A. David

Return of the Gent

Posted on 1 Apr 2011

Socks with sandals. Hawaiian print shorts. Shirts off at inappropriate moments
exposing pasty or pink torsos. You know who you are. British men do not do summer
well. While our continental counterparts are flashing a tanned ankle between chino
and deck shoe, dark hair swept back from designer sunglasses, we British are left
floundering when the sun decides to make her presence known.

But change is afoot. Classic and quirky, preppy and effortless, British style has been
quietly staging a comeback for s...

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Posted in Spring By N. A. David