We recently had a really nice feature in London based Blog 'Lineage of Influence'. A really great blogpost and kind words were said so a big thankyou to Lineage of Influence, much appreciated:
New on the Menswear shop scene is Weavers Door in Liverpool. The shop’s only been open for a few months but is already starting to make a name for itself and I thought I’d feature it on the blog to bring it to more people’s attention.
The guys say of themselves: “Weavers Door is a Liverpool Independent born from a desire to offer the finest menswear from the best brands. Our aim is to continue to strive for best and nothing less. In a world swamped with poor quality goods, we can only survive if we seek to inspire and be inspired. We support the brands with authenticity and quality which is often overlooked. The Best items from the best brands.”
With a stock list that includes the likes of Alife, Baracuta, Barbour, Carhartt, Clarks Originals, Edwin, Farah, Fred Perry, Folk, Garbstore, Gloverall, Grenson, Lee, Nudie, Norse Projects, One True Saxon, Original Penguin, Penfield, Universal Works and Wrangler Blue Bell it’s easy to see the above statement being true. And this will be further bolstered with product from Oliver Spencer, Redwing and Natural Selectism for the Autumn/Winter 2011 season.
Based at Cavern Walks on Harrington Street, it’s a decent sized shop, not too big, nor too small and the whole fit out is nice and simple – it’s not all minimalist lines and stark white, instead it’s inviting and cosy, which is what the place is all about. With plenty of product on the shelves to be browsed it’s one of those shops you can spend ages looking around and would always leave with something (or maybe that’s just me and my shopping habits).
It often feels that the blog can be quite London-centric, and with everything we have down here it sometimes seems like the fantastic Men’s stores that exist outside the capital get a bit neglected, so it’s time to redress the balance. Even though Weavers Door is still in its infancy it’s no doubt going to become a firm favourite for those in the North of the country that like decent clothes.
So if you’re in the area drop by, say hello and check out what the guys have got to offer. For more information on the shop, or to use their online store, go here: Weavers Door.