Men's guide

A guide to living and dressing well.
  1. The Marzotto Group & Peter Jackson

    A bit of history...   The Marzotto group has been stitching its place in the fabrics of fashion since 1836 when its founder Luigi Marzotto bought a wool mill in Valdagno. With the unification of the kingdom of Italy in 1861, Luigi's son, Gaetano, pushed further by acquiring a spinning factory near Maglione. With their remarkable passion, style and scrupulous...
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  2. Trans-seasonal Tailoring - A Survival Guide to Autumn

    Trans-seasonal Tailoring - A Survival Guide to Autumn
    As Spring starts to dawn on our sporadically sunlit shores, men of Australia undergo a turbulent transition in tailored wear, as everyday, they are posed the: to bring or not to bring (a coat)? Made all the more difficult by the already unpredictable Australian environment (Melbourne we’re looking at you!), sartorial strategist’s look to employ a range of techniques to...
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  3. 70 Years Young - New Flagship Opens It's Doors to Canberra CBD

    70 Years Young - New Flagship Opens It's Doors to Canberra CBD
    Something old, something new, something with a hearty pattern, in a rich navy blue. While this age-old idiom may conjure up ideas of wedding bells and over-the-top flower arrangements, this year our cause for celebrating isn't nuptial bliss, rather Peter Jackson's grand opening of the new flagship store in the heart of Canberra CBD.   Commemorating not only our 60th...
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  4. A Well-Groomed Getaway - 4 Tips for the Tailored Traveller

    A Well-Groomed Getaway - 4 Tips for the Tailored Traveller
    Whether you’re on a business trip to Brazil or air dropping into the Bahamas for your best friends wedding, the potential pitfalls of travelling by land, air or sea, presents many dangers to the garments of the well-tailored traveller. To keep you looking sharp from landing strip to hotel lounge, we've whipped up a quick guide with 4 tips on...
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  5. The Work Party - What to Wear to Your End of Year Celebrations

    The Work Party - What to Wear to Your End of Year Celebrations
    Not quite work and not quite play - The end of year work party can be a time of conflict and confusion for many men. To help you navigate the muddied waters and potential pitfalls of being over or under-dressed, we've created a quick guide on how to work it amongst your co-workers.         The Dress Code...
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  6. Men's Gift Guide - The Art of the Perfect Gift

    Men's Gift Guide - The Art of the Perfect Gift
    While December is the time of trees, tinsel and tipsy Santas, you can be excused for grimacing at the thought slogging it through another year Christmas Sales.   To help alleviate your pre-Christmas woes, we've created a quick, budget-friendly, mens gift guide to take your present-giving prowess to new heights.               Bite Sized Buys...
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  7. Race Track Renegades: The Best of Spring Carnival 2017

    Race Track Renegades: The Best of Spring Carnival 2017
    With Spring Carnival over and summer well on its way, we take one last look at some of our favourite race day styles, and how they can help inspire your new look for next season.   Explore our shortlist of some of the most stellar ensembles and dapperest digs we could find on the field.   Colour Blocked Combatants  ...
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  8. A Dapper Decembeard - Beard Up and Help Us Beat Bowel Cancer

    A Dapper Decembeard - Beard Up and Help Us Beat Bowel Cancer
    This December, the manly art of maintaining a beard could help save the life of someone you know. Beard up and help us battle cancer before it begins and raise awareness with Decembeard.     Decembeard - What is it?   Celebrating its fifth year down under, Decembeard Australia is an annual campaign of the charitable organisation Bowel Cancer Australia...
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  9. Lightweight Luxury: A Man's Guide to Linen

    Lightweight Luxury: A Man's Guide to Linen
    Tracing its roots as far back as Ancient Egypt, linen is one of the oldest known fabrics with an eclectic history that spans back over 4000 years. Get to grips with this tactile textile and see why this fabric is made for summer in our men's guide to linen.         Time-Tested Threads: The History of Linen  ...
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  10. Melbourne Cup Decoded

    Melbourne Cup Decoded
    Arguably one of the biggest events of the season, Melbourne Cup has long been considered one of the best days to flex your creative muscle and embrace the dapper side of dandyism.   Show the crowds you're not shrinking violet and stay on target as we deconstruct the Melbourne Cup dress code.     Melbourne Cup Dress Code   A...
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  11. Derby Day Dress Code

    Derby Day Dress Code
    The Derby Day dress code is all about celebrating the history of horse racing in Australia. The classic dress code of black and white stems from the Derby Day's rich heritage, tracing its roots back to the inaugural race in 1855, where black and white morning suits were worn by the race going elite. Carrying on this tradition, Derby Day...
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  12. The Man's Guide to Mastering Spring Racing

    The Man's Guide to Mastering Spring Racing
    As Flemington fever takes hold, and the raw excitement of Spring Carnival whips us all into a frenzy, it can be easy to forget about some of the race day essentials that take us from racetrack rookie to style stallion. To help you master your Cup Day style, we've revisited our race day checklist to create a comprehensive guide for...
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  13. Return of the High Stakes Spring Sale

    Return of the High Stakes Spring Sale
    Saddle up for Spring Carnival, Peter Jackson's High Stakes Spring Sale is back again with big-ticket multibuys and cost-cutting reductions across the entire range. Save on this year's racewear or set yourself up for summer with our new collection of cool wool suits and vests, linen shirts and intricately design Italian silk ties. Read on and get the full break...
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  14. Race Day Ready - What to Wear to Spring Carnival 2017

    Race Day Ready - What to Wear to Spring Carnival 2017
    With Spring Carnival season off to a good start, the men of Australia ready themselves to duke it out on the field of fashion. To help you punt with panache, we've created a comprehensive style guide outlining what to wear to each main event and how to set yourself apart from the pack.     Caulfield Cup Style Guide  ...
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  15. SS17 Campaign: The New Wave

    SS17 Campaign: The New Wave
    Celebrating the spirit of reinvention, The New Wave seeks to redefine modern tailoring, drawing inspiration from the countercultural movement of the 1980s to develop an adventurous new collection, steeped in expressive colourways that challenges conventional suiting.   The post-punk era represented a time of change, where new trends in music, art, design and technology created a bolder visual aesthetic. Taking...
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  16. SS17: A New Wave of Tailoring

    SS17: A New Wave of Tailoring
    Celebrate the playful side of summer sartorialism with our SS17 collection, The New Wave. Inspired by 1980's art and design, the range revisits cool wool and linen suiting, infused with softer blues, pastel palettes and gripping statement patterns.       See our collection of cool wool suits and blazers explore bigger, bolder and brighter patterns, with broad Windowpane and...
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  17. Half Year Sale Guide

    Half Year Sale Guide
    Arriving just in the nick of time to combat winter's unrelenting cold, the Peter Jackson Half Year Sale has resurfaced yet again, with some of this season's strongest pieces leading the charge on sartorial savings.   Shop savvy and get the full breakdown of our Half Year Sale below.     Suits and Sports Jackets   For a sporting chance...
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  18. Suit Fit Guide - Our Suit Styles Explained

    Suit Fit Guide - Our Suit Styles Explained
    Even for the most seasoned sartorialist, shopping around for a new suit can sometimes be a daunting task. Bolster your buying confidence online and off, and read our comprehensive suit fit guide.       The London Block   Drawing inspiration from the suits of Savile Row, the London block takes a contemporary spin of traditional tailoring. Offering the most...
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  19. Relaxed Tailoring - Tailoring trends for 2017

    Relaxed Tailoring - Tailoring trends for 2017
    If you're anything like us, the new season spurred you into a creative frenzy; gutting your weekly wardrobe to make room for a new collection of winter-centric clothing.   But before you hit the streets and start your pre-season splurge, have a gander at our breakdown of the biggest trend for 2017: Relaxed Tailoring     What is Relaxed Tailoring...
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  20. The Pea Coat - The seafaring staple of menswear

    The Pea Coat - The seafaring staple of menswear
    Marching forward with one of the most revered staples of menswear, this season we revisit a classic piece of the cold weather wayfarer - the Pea Coat.       From Humble Origins   First rising to prominence in the 1800's, the first iteration of the Pea Coat was designed as a utilitarian coat for Petty Officers of the British Royal Navy...
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  21. 3 Key Pieces to Power Up your Winter Tailoring

    3 Key Pieces to Power Up your Winter Tailoring
    As daylight starts to wane and the cold chill of winter hovers over the horizon, it can be easy to sartorial standards slip by the wayside.   To help you get the most out of your winter tailoring, we've created a quick guide, breaking down the best investments to upgrade your seasonal style and how to wear them.    ...
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  22. Mid Season Sale - Armouring Up for Autumn

    Mid Season Sale - Armouring Up for Autumn
    As we fall into Autumn and nights grow colder, stalwart-sartorialism becomes an essential asset for the city-dwelling man.   Ensure the smooth transition into winter and armour up with Peter Jackson Mid-Season Sale.     Dapper Double Agents: Mid season sale multi-buys   Shrug off this season's sporadic shift in temperature and invest in adaptable wool suiting with two for...
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  23. From Warp to Weft - Why We Use Egyptian Cotton

    From Warp to Weft - Why We Use Egyptian Cotton
    While it's easy to overlook the importance and place of shirts in menswear, these invaluable inbetweeners create balance in our outfits - tying together your upper half, while introducing new patterns and design elements.   Go behind the seams and pull at the thread of what makes our shirts so special.     Where it begins   Formed from the...
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  24. Five Fold Ties in Focus - What makes a great tie

    Five Fold Ties in Focus - What makes a great tie
    No longer just a nine-to-five noose, the modern relationship between a man and his tie reflects a progressive shift away from the perception of corporate control, bringing colourful silks and intricate patterns back into corporate and even casual combinations. With increased demand on this dapper accessory, we've decided to break down what it is exactly that makes a great tie...
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  25. Sole Selection - The anatomy and importance of shoe stitching

    Sole Selection - The anatomy and importance of shoe stitching
    More than just an investment in style, a man's shoe plays a pivotal part in affecting the way he walks and the health of his lower back. When selecting a new shoe, it is important to consider all aspects of the design, from shoe stitching to heel construction to materials used.   In this piece we dive into the core...
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  26. AW17 Collection: Urban Armour

    AW17 Collection: Urban Armour
    Before Bourne, Bauer and even bond, men have found themselves drawn to the cloak and dagger world of clandestine operations. From literary classics to spies to of the silver screen, these protagonists have, since the early 20th Century, been idolised for their wit, charm and, of course, their impeccable sense of style.   Told through the lens of spy culture...
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  27. Sun Soaked Staples - 4 essential accessories that shine in the sun

    Sun Soaked Staples - 4 essential accessories that shine in the sun
    As we reach the peak of summer and temperatures begin to soar, even the most serious of sartorialists can be excused for stripping it all back to beat the heat.   While linen and cotton fabrics create an excellent alternative for summer suiting, a solid selection of accessories can be all you need to breath new life into your seasonal...
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  28. A Sole Connection: 6 Footwear Essentials for Every Occasion

    A Sole Connection: 6 Footwear Essentials for Every Occasion
    Flawed or flawless - A man's shoe has for centuries been used to determine the quality of their character and their standing amongst the community. While less explicit in today's society, we still place a large emphasis on fashionable footwear being worn right.   Whether you're gearing up for the work week, strolling along the boardwalk or painting the town...
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  29. Suited for Summer - 3 Key Summer Suit Styles

    Suited for Summer - 3 Key Summer Suit Styles
    When the sun’s beating down and you’re feeling the pressure of a 30 degree heat, summer suiting may be the thing furthest from your mind. But while temperatures and tensions are high, summer suiting represents the more playful side of tailoring with some of the most exciting innovations in wool, cotton and linen.   Below we’ve comprised a list of...
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  30. The Tailored Take Down - Meet Sydney Stylist, The Bearded Villain

    The Tailored Take Down - Meet Sydney Stylist, The Bearded Villain
    An early adopter of trends across almost every facet of life, the Australian fashion scene has undergone significant change in the past couple of years, seeing the role of tailoring and menswear redefined, with a greater focus now being placed on concepts of casual wear.   To get a better picture, we put our ears to the ground and tracked...
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  31. Summer Sale Guide

    Summer Sale Guide
    With less than a week left on our advent calendars and the festive flurry of end-of-year sales in full bloom, you can be excused for feeling like you've knocked backed one too many glasses of Grandma's famous (and potent) holiday eggnog.   To help alleviate any Christmas conundrums and usher you into the new year with summer centric style, we've...
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  32. Men's Gift Guide - Picking the Perfect Present

    Men's Gift Guide - Picking the Perfect Present
    They say the gift of giving is its own reward, and while the always reliable gift voucher can easily crush your Kris Kringle woes, nothing beats the feeling of nailing down the perfect present and showing off your gift-giving prowess.   Go from grinch to gift guru and explore our most extensive men's gift guide yet.       Stocking...
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  33. Formal Flair: The Battle for Black Tie Supremacy

    Formal Flair: The Battle for Black Tie Supremacy
    With end-of-year celebrations right around the corner and Black Tie events popping up left, right and centre, it can be easy to spiral into a ‘what to wear?’ abyss.   But rather than give into despair, we’ve compiled a quick guide for both classic and contemporary styles, so you can confidently tackle one of the most dapper dress codes known...
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  34. Flemington's Finest - The Best of This Year's Trackside Tailoring

    Flemington's Finest - The Best of This Year's Trackside Tailoring
    As the Flemington Four falls well into the wings and summer fast approaches, we thought we'd take one last punt at gathering the best of this Spring Carnival trackside tailoring.   Explore our shortlist of some of the most stellar ensembles and dapperest digs we could find on the field.       @thetrendspotter snaps up our lightweight Marmalade Linen...
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  35. A Perfect Pairing - Coordinating with your Counterpart

    A Perfect Pairing - Coordinating with your Counterpart
      Spring Carnival represents a unique time for the Australian fashion scene. Both men and women are put under the microscope and critiqued for their ability to deliver some of the season's boldest and most creative looks. The expectation of a cohesive outfit is made all the more difficult when travelling with a companion, which is why we have created...
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  36. Fashion on the Field - Race Day Do's and Don'ts

    Fashion on the Field - Race Day Do's and Don'ts
    With Flemington's four biggest races right around the corner, we've compiled a quick list of race day do's and don'ts, to help you maximise your punting panache and get the most out of the Spring Carnival season.     Race Day Do's   Prepare Your Race Day Wear     Assemble everything you need the night before. Not only will...
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  37. Race Day Survival Guide - The Spring Carnival Checklist

    Race Day Survival Guide - The Spring Carnival Checklist
    With the Caulfield Cup done and dusted, and Derby Day fast approaching, we've put together an extensive checklist breaking down race-day essentials, so you can spend less time horsing around and more time soaking up the Spring Carnival Sun.       Front Running Fabrics: The Suit     Spring Carnival represent the time of year when the men of...
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  38. Race Day Survival Guide - Crossing the Dress Code Dieline

    Race Day Survival Guide - Crossing the Dress Code Dieline
    With Spring Carnival right around the corner, we’ve put together a guide explaining the dress codes and trackside trends to take you from a race day rookie to a style stallion.       A Dapper Derby Day     Easy to do, hard to master, Derby Day calls for a throwback to monochromatic dress, seeing black and white combinations...
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  39. High Stakes Spring Sale - The Spring Carnival Edit

    High Stakes Spring Sale - The Spring Carnival Edit
    With Spring Carnival right around the corner, Peter Jackson launches 2016's inaugural spring sale with massive multi-buy markdowns on key categories. Saddle up with a new suit (or two!) and spritz your spring wardrobe with a diverse collection of sun-soaked shirts, ties and pocket squares to create the perfect race-ready look.       Big Ticket Multi-buys     Just...
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  40. Battle for the Brownlow

    Battle for the Brownlow
    As the Grand Final day fast approaches, and we psych ourselves up for the clash between the burly Western Bulldogs and swift-on-their-feet Syndey Swans, we look back on the crowning achievement of Patrick Dangerfield and his record-shattering win at the Brownlow awards ceremony.       Brownlow Best Dressed   Not Just about football, the ceremony is a magnet for the...
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  41. Behind the Seams: Peter Jackson's SS16 Runway Recap

    Behind the Seams: Peter Jackson's SS16 Runway Recap
    With Melbourne Spring Fashion Week behind us and our new season in bloom, we take a brief (and much needed) reprieve to sit back, relax and reflect on our recent runway show, The Tailored Escape.     The Runway Retrospective     Officially launching our new collection, the first day of spring at PJ HQ was met with a mad...
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  42. SS16 Campaign - The Tailored Escape

    SS16 Campaign - The Tailored Escape
    On holiday, we are the best iteration of ourselves that we aspire to be. We take bold leaps, try new things and explore exotic locales. Enthralled with a grand sense of adventure, we are driven to get most out of life and hunger to experience more. The SS16 collection, The Tailored Escape, draws on these elements, communicating aspirational living through...
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  43. Trans-Seasonal Style: a Guide to Transitioning into Spring

    Trans-Seasonal Style: a Guide to Transitioning into Spring
    As Spring starts to dawn on our sporadically sunlit shores, men of Australia undergo a turbulent transition in tailored wear, as everyday, they are posed the: to bring or not to bring (a coat)? Made all the more difficult by the already unpredictable Australian environment (Melbourne we’re looking at you!), sartorial strategist’s look to employ a range of techniques to...
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  44. Home Grown: Opening New Doors to New Stores

    Home Grown: Opening New Doors to New Stores
    Peter Jackson is proud (and to be honest, pretty chuffed) to announce the opening of two new stores Australia wide. Open as of Wednesday the 10th, the newly furnish doors will open, welcoming both Robina Town Centre and Pacific Werribee into the PJ family.       Working hard to complement the surrounding environment, shop fronts will continue to work...
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  45. Pitti in the Pocket: 3 Ways to Rock the Pitti Pocket Square

    Pitti in the Pocket: 3 Ways to Rock the Pitti Pocket Square
    Returning for the 45th year to the sunlit streets of Florence, Pitti Uomo yet again brings the best of Italian street style for what is fast becoming the trade show of the year. This season, passionate Pitti-goers forgo hyper-dandyism and focalise on Sprezzatura style as the crux of outfits.   Sprezzatura; the art of effortless style, has in past couple...
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  46. Going with the Grain: Resurgence of the Cutthroat Shave

    Going with the Grain: Resurgence of the Cutthroat Shave
    Formerly a part of every man's mundane morning tradition, the fresh water shave has become more like a distant memory than the societal standard it once was.     The Rise and Fall of the Bearded Battler     With the rise of casualisation in the workforce, the growth (pun very much intended) of the bearded gentlemen, was an inevitable...
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  47. Moored in Melbourne: The Made to Measure Experience

    Moored in Melbourne: The Made to Measure Experience
    Recently Peter Jackson launched the Instagram tag; #tailoredbyPJ to find Australia’s best-dressed gents, sporting the PJ style. After weeks of searching and scouring the deepest depths of Instagram, our panel of dedicated (and slightly sleep deprived) judges, selected a single entrant to win our first made to measure suit.   The winner, soon-to-be-dad Adam Moore, was selected for his contemporary...
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  48. Top 3 Picks for Brisbane's Good Food Month

    Top 3 Picks for Brisbane's Good Food Month
    Ringing in the new financial year, Brisbanites (and those lucky enough to be in the area) will see their city undergo a transformation into a fantastical foodie paradise to celebrate Good Food Month. For the whole of this month, the state's best restaurants and eateries will come together to hock their heartiest ham, fry their finest fish and many other...
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  49. Melbourne Music Scene Makes Leaps and Bounds

    Melbourne Music Scene Makes Leaps and Bounds
    Returning again for its fourth consecutive year, the Leaps and Bounds Festival brings with it a new wave (some even from the genre) of Australian artists performing in and around Melbourne's inner city. The festival celebrates the Melbourne's thriving music scene through a diverse collection of events, performances and pop-ups for music lovers of any persuasion.   Below we've compiled...
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  50. Behind the Seams with Peter Jackson: About Us

    Behind the Seams with Peter Jackson: About Us
    As we approach our 70th year as a fashion label and venture further across Australia, we decided it was about high time that you get to know a little bit more about Peter Jackson.     Where It All Began     The brand's origin story harks back to 1948, when the original Peter Jackson, opened up a humble barbershop...
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  51. Mill's that Maketh the Suit: Reda

    Mill's that Maketh the Suit: Reda
    At Peter Jackson, we believe that a masterfully crafted suit begins and ends with the fabric. From location to livestock, from technique to technology, the quality, look and feel of a suit's fabric is largely dependent on the mill that crafts it. Extending on our ethos, we seek to only work with the best, which is why we partner ourselves...
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  52. The Half Year Sale Returns

    The Half Year Sale Returns
    Like a Saint Bernard racing to the aid of a half frozen mountaineer, the Peter Jackson half year sale arrives just in the nick of time, with amazing deals upwards of 60% off our Autumn/Winter Collection. Shop the sale and visit us in-store or online to start reaping the sartorial rewards.     Suits     With the weather in...
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  53. The Layer Game - Your guide to Layering up this winter

    The Layer Game - Your guide to Layering up this winter
    As we descend deeper into the cold clutches of winter, the art of layering is set to undergo another renaissance, as the dapper denizens of Australia trade out their tees for turtlenecks and trench coats.   While layering is neither a foreign or particularly new concept, it has become a key focus for the fashion industry in recent years. At...
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  54. Good Beer Week - Peter Jackson's Top Picks

    Good Beer Week - Peter Jackson's Top Picks
    This week we raise a glass to two things we can't live without; food and beer. Starting today, Melbournians will collectively loosen their belt buckles for Good Beer Week. The festivities will see Melbourne’s best bars and beer barrels out in full force, flogging craft beers, culinary delights and creative ways to consume them.   Events are scattered all around...
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  55. Wool Week: Celebrating Greatness in Every Fibre

    Wool Week: Celebrating Greatness in Every Fibre
      This week retailers in the fashion and interior design industries have joined together to celebrate Wool Week, a global event that commemorates this fantastic fabric for its sustainability, durability and versatility.     Wool Week   First founded in 2010, Wool Week inaugurated its Campaign for Wool by launching a spectacular pop-up on the streets of Saville Row. The...
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  56. Coat of Arms - Men's Winter Coat Guide

    Coat of Arms - Men's Winter Coat Guide
        The Armoury   Armour up and batten down the hatches, Peter Jackson’s leading the charge with a new range of life proof looks inspired by classic military styling.       The Trench Coat     One of the mans oldest and most reliable styles, the Trench Coat owes both its name and reputation to the officers of...
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  57. Clash of the Tailored Titans - The hunt for Australia's best dressed gent continues

    Clash of the Tailored Titans - The hunt for Australia's best dressed gent continues
    Recently we launched the competition #TailoredbyPJ, for a chance to win a $3000 made to measure experience. Since then we’ve received a plethora of of amazing submissions by the sartorially savvy supporters of our brand. #TailoredbyPJ is due to close submissions on the 22/05/201 and while it may make it difficult for our judges, we're still excited to see many...
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  58. Tie-ing Down Your Look - Ties on trend

    Tie-ing Down Your Look - Ties on trend
    Harking back to the days of King Louis XIII, the tie we know today has origins tracing back to the 1600's. Popular belief states that one of the first iterations was adorned both as a decorative and functional piece by Croatian mercenaries. Closely resembling a cravat, King Louis XIII became infatuated with this peculiar piece of clothing. His obsession with...
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  59. #TailoredbyPJ - Win a $3,000 made to measure experience

    #TailoredbyPJ - Win a $3,000 made to measure experience
      This season, we're on the hunt to find the man that best embodies the values and spirit of Peter Jackson. We will be looking for an individual whose sense of dress is beyond reproach, whose style and appreciation for fine tailoring translates into the sharpest of looks.   Starting on the 21st of April, we launch our #TailoredbyPJ competition to...
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  60. Behind the Seams: David Jackson talks fashion, fabrics and style

    Behind the Seams: David Jackson talks fashion, fabrics and style
      We sit down with our designer David Jackson and hear his thoughts on fashion, fabrics and style.       So I guess the big question is, and maybe something people don’t know, what’s your origin story? When did you start working for Peter Jackson?   Well it’s a family business so I guess I’ve been involved for some...
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  61. How to Buy a Suit Online - Sartorial Street Smarts

    How to Buy a Suit Online - Sartorial Street Smarts
    We now live in the age of accessibility, where shoppers are just a click away from an entirely new wardrobe. While shopping can now be done from the comfort of your own home (or bed for that matter), there has never been a more challenging time to find the right fit, especially for men’s tailored wear.   To help you...
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  62. How to Drink Like a Mad Man

    How to Drink Like a Mad Man
      Bond or Bogart, film or reality, a man's penchant for his poison has always served as an extension of himself.   The relationship between a man and his cocktail harks back to the early 1800s when the art of bartending first officially began to sprout its roots. This was a period of hyper-masculinity, where knowing what you wanted and...
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  63. The Greatest Hits – 6 key pieces from the AW16 Collection

    The Greatest Hits – 6 key pieces from the AW16 Collection
    With such a diverse selection of styles, cuts, colours and patterns (and that’s just the suits), we’ve decided to put together a list of the six key pieces of the AW16 collection.         1. The Monk The perfect intermediary between the world of fashion and formality, this Single Monk has some serious style. Set yourself up as...
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  64. Top 4 Picks for the Festival Foodie

    Top 4 Picks for the Festival Foodie
    The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is back, with a veritable smorgasbord of events (in some cases literally), it can often be hard to pin down what exactly you want to do. This year we’ve strapped on our best pair of brogues and knuckled down to bring you our top four picks for your culinary contemplation.       River...
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  65. AW16 Campaign - Movers and Shakers

    AW16 Campaign - Movers and Shakers
      Starting in the prohibition era, the movers and shakers of New York City were idolised for their penchant to live life on their own terms. Shaping both the city and society, this ethos gave way to the idea that anyone determined enough could lead a bigger and better life. This reached its peak in the 1950’s, when society, bolstered...
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  66. Our Summer Sale is Here

    Our Summer Sale is Here
      Shop the Peter Jackson summer sale. Up to 60% off tailored clothing and accessories, visit us in-store and online now.       Shop premium Australian merino wool suits from $359, $399 and $459.  Suit up here >       Get any Peter Jackson Egyptian cotton dress or business shirts for $89. Shop shirts >       Pure...
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  67. Axle's Christmas Wishlist

    Axle's Christmas Wishlist
    From tearing up the ARIA charts, to bike riding solo around Australia, to acting alongside William H. Macy on the hit US TV show Shameless – Axle Whitehead is a undoubtedly a man of many talents. After achieving success home and away, we figured there was no one better suited to help with a little bit of Christmas gift inspiration...
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  68. 10 Christmas Gifts for Men

    10 Christmas Gifts for Men
      Before you wave the white pocket square and surrender to the ever-reliable gift card, we've curated a list of unique Christmas gifts to help you find a gift for every kind of man on your list this year.   Whether he’s a self-proclaimed trendsetter, the preppy panache type, strictly business or all about casual cool – follow this list...
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  69. Peter Jackson - Chatswood is now open

    Peter Jackson - Chatswood is now open
      Here’s your first look at our newly opened store at Westfield Chatswood in Sydney. Whether you’re starting your clothing collection or simply adding to it - Peter Jackson’s is the perfect fit for complimenting Sydneysider style.   With our latest collection of menswear realised by our distinct approach to men’s fashion - get ready to visit the mecca for...
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  70. The Peter Jackson gift shop is now open!

    The Peter Jackson gift shop is now open!
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FAQ

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What countries does Peter Jackson ship to?

We currently deliver to Australia with free standard shipping. Express post is available upon request at an additional cost.Shipping to New Zealand is available for $30 with the shipping payment arranged post transaction.

For international shipping please contact us at sales@peterjacksons.com.

How long does it take to ship my goods once purchased?

Orders can take between 3 – 5 business days to be dispatched. All orders are dispatched from our head office in Melbourne.

How do I return or exchange an item?

If your Peter Jackson purchase does not meet your expectations, you can return the item in its original and unused condition, with tags attached, within 30 days of purchase.

Returns and exchanges must be sent to our head office in order to be processed. Please ensure the garments are packed properly to prevent damage as they are your responsibility until they arrive at our office.

Our returns/exchange address is:

426 Johnston Street,
Abbotsford
Melbourne 3000

It is recommended that you use a postal service that insures you for the value of the items you are returning or alternatively obtain proof of posting.

Further information on the return process will also be provided in your order.

Once approved, returns take 2 - 4 business days to process.

Are Peter Jackson gift cards valid online?

You can redeem our physical & e-gift cards online and at any Peter Jackson store Australia wide.

How long do I have to use my Peter Jackson gift card?

Your Peter Jackson gift card is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Do you offer personal tailoring to online purchases?

We unfortunately cannot alter your online purchases before shipping them. However, to guarantee the perfect fit for you, we recommend bringing your garments to a Peter Jackson store so we may advise you on the recommended alterations.

What are the payment methods Peter Jackson accepts?

We accept VISA, MasterCard, Amex and PayPal.

How can I resolve a problem with my order?

How can I join the Peter Jackson team?

Please find all information pertaining to starting a career with Peter Jacksons here.

How do I find out my suit size?

When it comes to measuring yourself for a suit please measure:
  • Your over-arm shoulder width from shoulder to shoulder.
  • Your chest (run the tape measure around your body, underneath your arms)
  • Measure your waist (where your pants normally sit)
  • Measure your outseam (the outer-most leg of your pants, trailing down from your hip to your ankle)
  • Measure your inseam (run the tape measure down the inside of the leg to a point near the middle of your foot)

If you’re still unsure about your measurements, please feel free head into one of our stores to get your measurements taken.

Short, Regular & Long Suits Explained.

Our coat and pant length is based on height.
  • A short is generally used on people under 170cm, with sleeves up to 32 in.
  • A regular is generally for people between 172cm and 180cm, with sleeves of 32-33 in.
  • A long is generally for people between 182cm and 187cm, with sleeves of 34-36 in.