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Introducing the Wish List. A selection of best in class, refined and honest brands, curated by Alice Made This for one lucky winner this Christmas.

To celebrate a wonderful 2015 at Alice Made This, we have teamed up with 21 brands we admire to bring you the ultimate menswear Wish List.

For your chance to win the entire collection of products, simply share the below image on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #AliceLikesThis. The competition closes on 4th December and T&Cs can be seen below. Best of luck!



The Wish List includes…

Alice Made This – Thomas rhodium cufflinks, shirt studs and lapel pin set, Esme rose pendant and Oscar brass bracelet.

The Beer Shop London 6 x beers gift box

Campbell Cole – Simple key wrap

Caran d’AcheCrayons de la Maison

Drake’sUnicorn print teal silk pocket square

Finlay & CoThurloe Walnut 

Gusbourne WineBrut Reserve

HawksmoorHawksmoor at Home cookbook and a gift card for a meal for 2

Jensen’s GinBermondsey dry gin

Kit & AceTechnical cashmere scarf

London Sock CoLuxury Earl Grey cashmere socks

London UndercoverNavy fleck fabric city umbrella

Marwood Black lace bow tie

MinimaluxBrass ballpoint

Mr HareJack Johnson White

MurdockComplete shave set

Native UnionLeather Edition set

SunspelClassic crew neck white tee

Tom DixonScent gift set

Troubadour Black & rubber pouch 

Uniform Wares M40 Date watch in PVD grey with tan nappa leather strap

Photography by AC Cooper


Terms associated with this competition:

  1. Participation signifies acceptance of these terms and conditions, including the instructions for this promotion, which form part of these terms and conditions.
  2. Entrants must be 18 or over, excluding employees and their immediate families of the Promoter, its agents or anyone professionally connected with the promotion.
  3. Purchase not necessary. Participants can enter online by sharing the competition image, posted on the Promoter’s social media channels, using the hashtag #AliceLikesThis on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. Responsibility cannot be accepted for entries not properly completed, not received or received late due to technical, communication or other problems.
Promotion period runs from 23 November to 4 December 2015, the Closing Date. All entries must be received by the Closing Date. Closing Date may be extended at Promoter’s discretion.
  5. Only one entry per person. Any entries received that are not fully or properly completed, damaged or illegible, in the Promoter’s discretion, will not be included.
  6. All valid entries received will be entered into a single prize draw and the winning entries will be selected at random under the supervision of an independent judge. The judge’s decisions are final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
  7. All prizes are non-transferable and non-refundable, and there are no cash alternatives. Prize must be claimed within 60 days of the date of notification, otherwise the prize may be forfeited at the Promoter’s discretion.
  8. The judge’s decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into. The winner will be notified promptly after the prize draw.
  9. The winners may be required to participate in publicity at the Promoter’s sole discretion, including the use of their names, geographic location and pictures. Entry into this Promotion signifies each participant’s consent to such use.
  10. Promoter: Alice Made This Ltd, 27 Howbury Road, London, United Kingdom, SE15 3HH.

Alice Made This


“Innovative designs: Refine Industry”

The founders, Alice and Ed knew something was missing in the accessories department for men when Ed for their wedding couldn’t find any cufflinks he liked.

From speaking to Alice from the word go, I was hit by her passion and enthusiasm for the brand and most importantly quality. You can clearly see that there is a lot of thought that goes into the designing and development of the accessories. Yes they are a small business but one that you should watch out for. They are in a number of quality retailers around the globe and online and are hitting the men’s accessories industry by storm. Watch This Space!!

The base model of the company was cufflinks and they have now expanded out into doing a full range of accessories. Bringing the British design and engineering into each individual piece.

All the models are based upon architectural design and geometry but keeping to the typical British influence throughout. Each design is produced in limited edition batches of 1000, with the number hand written on the box.

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Whether it’s our Aerospace part manufacturer or our Military armoury, we have close relationships with all our factories and design honest products stemming directly from their expert techniques

Military Hardware Process

The Military Hardware collection of cufflinks and lapel pins works with one of the oldest and most intricate techniques for producing military regalia. Using the highly engineered die and tool set, the pieces are crafted by one of the last working military armouries in the world. The new collection of cufflinks and lapel pins come in diamond, square and circle variations to pay tribute to the military symbols for land, air and sea. Developed using solid gold, solid silver and gold plated brass with low baked enamel, the cufflinks use mixed shapes to create the first Alice Made This reversible accessory. The military lapel pins compliment the cufflink shapes and each is hallmarked according to its material and finish

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For Military Hardware Alice Made This work with Firmin & Sons – one of the last working military armouries in the world. These have over 350 years of experience.

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Below are just a few of the cufflinks they have to offer. To see the full collection please click HERE

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Military Tailoring Process

Beautiful Handmade Military Lapel Pins

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The Military Tailoring collection of lapel pins works with Goldwork embroidery techniques that date back to Roman times. Inspired by military geometric icons the collection draws upon this graphic dialogue to generate the designs by experimenting with heralded materials and techniques. Gold and silver metal wire embroidery is used to create a unique collection of contemporary lapel pins. Their lapel pins decorate apparel including tailoring, knitwear and outerwear.

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For Military Tailoring Alice Made This work with Hand & Lock – an Atelier in Oxford Circus which is older than the battle of Waterloo. These are the worlds finest at hand embroidery since 1767.

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