The Scotland rugby team will be dressed for success for at least the next two seasons after it was confirmed that Roseberry Tailoring has become the national team’s Official Formalwear partner.
The squad was measured from top to toe at the recent August camp, allowing for bespoke suits to be created for the range of shapes and sizes within the group, from short-and-square props and high-and-mighty locks, to diminutive scrum-halves and athletic wingers.
Chris McGowan, Head Of Tailoring at Roseberry Tailoring, said: “Everyone at Roseberry Tailoring is delighted to be working with Scottish Rugby.
“The team’s performance over recent years deserves a look befitting of their standing in world rugby.
“Here at Roseberry Tailoring, we look forward to creating amazing formalwear to help the team look good and feel good.”
Roseberry are one of Scotland’s newest bespoke tailors, established in 2015, however their heritage spans over four generations of tailors to the early 1930s.
A great deal of time and effort goes into ensuring that Roseberry Tailoring source only the best cloth from the finest mills in the UK and Italy, ensuring each garment passes a rigorous, seven-point check before its first fitting.
Scottish Rugby Chief Operating Officer, Dominic McKay, said: “We’re pleased to welcome Roseberry Tailoring as our Official Formalwear Partner for the next two years.
“Roseberry is a tailoring brand known for maintaining the highest standards, with many parallels to be drawn between their commitment, preparation and quality of delivery to the national team itself.”