Your four legged friend has always bounded around the backyard and trotted easily by your side during walks. But now you’re starting to notice that as your dog ages, some of the spring has inevitably gone out of his step. This isn’t always just old age! If you notice them occasionally having difficulty rising from […]
We are delighted to establish a recycling partnership with the Anglers National Line Recycling Scheme (ANLRS). This scheme is the first of its kind in the United Kingdom and has identified a sustainable route for fishing line to be recycled. The non-profit, voluntary scheme was founded and launched in 2018 by the Local Independent Sea […]
Earlier this week Claire Zambuni was interviewed by Matthew Wright and the team on Talk Radio about the Orvis #5050onthewater scheme that encourages women to try fly fishing. We want to make it easier for women to get into this typically male dominated sport as this can often leave women to feel unwelcome on the […]
At Orvis, we want to encourage women to have a deep personal connection to the adventure and wonder in nature. We do this by not only outfitting women with products that truly reflect their style, values and high standards for quality, but also sharing authentic experiences in the outdoors, such as fishing, camping, coasteering, mountain […]
This year, over a quarter of us will experience a mental health problem or condition of some kind, which is an astonishing figure. However, it has been discovered that Fly fishing is extremely good for your mental health and well-being, but how is that? I have fished the fly for over 30 years, the realisation […]
Here at Orvis UK we wanted to start the year right. What better way to do this then to travel down to the Pets as Therapy’s (PATs) new headquarters and present them with a cheque! This wonderful charity help enhance thousands of lives each day by dedicated volunteers and their pets giving up some spare […]
My Mum, My Hero – A beautiful video of our Ambassador Marina Gibson Fishing and her mum salmon fishing in Iceland!
Plenty of makers up and down the street offer serviceable dress shirts. That’s not our territory. If, however, you’re searching for impeccably designed and constructed shirts for countryside rambling to explore the highlands, we’re your destination.
The gilet and the waistcoat clearly sit on the same branch of the fashion family tree. The bodywarmer is there along with them, as is the vest across the pond in the US. All of these garments evolved from a sleeveless leather garment called a jerkin worn by male European peasants in the 15th century. Over the ensuing centuries, the look was adopted by the aristocracy, women, and the military. Today, gilets and waistcoats are casual layers that offer welcome warmth on crisp days.
With Autumn just around the corner, the days are getting shorter and the air is getting colder, but most of all, the long sleeved clothing season is in full swing. One wardrobe staple you can always count on for this time of year is your long-sleeved shirts. They can be dressed up, or dressed down, depending on your occasion. Here are our favourite ways to style a shirt: