Squire Lad. Handpicked. Handmade.
Style & Quality
Squire Lad is a handmade men’s apparel and accessories business from Perth, Australia, specialising in bow ties and pocket squares. Designed with a bespoke and vintage discrimination and made with the finest fabrics Squire Lad evokes a sense of fun while taking gentleman’s clothing back to the elegance of yesteryear. Due to the small-run nature of our patterns and fabrics, all of our Collections are limited editions.
Our philosophy is simple – to provide unique hand-crafted products that will add colour and energy to your life. A gentleman should be free to promote their own personalities through their apparel and accessories.
"Find what you love and let it kill you"
Our bow ties and pocket squares are handmade using unique fabrics found throughout the world. Each product in our range retains an essence of character and style that will merge with your own particular tastes and preferences. Whether intended as a gift, or for your own personal use, a SQUIRE LAD product will enhance the elegance and fun that all gentlemen deserve.
We love Weddings. We offer custom bow ties for grooms and groomsmen. Please get in contact with us and we would love to assist in planning your apparel options for your big day.
Founder | Client service | Creative direction | Designer
After graduating from the University of Western Australia in Engineering and Commerce and gaining over 10 years’ experience in the Mining and Construction industry Anthony wanted to venture into a new adventure. A new challenge.
Always being interested in the creative field, Anthony always had an interest in diversifying his design skills by experimenting with crafts and fashion.
In mid 2015, Anthony proposed to his girlfriend Danielle and while attempting to find apparel to suit his engagement outfit he felt there was a need for handmade quality bow-ties and pocket squares. SQUIRE LAD was born. The name originated from a term of endearment an old friend, Steve, a very-British gentleman, called Anthony after several lagers while the two were working rurally in North-West Western Australia.