A men’s clothing line aimed at Wharfers and City workers launched with a pop-up in Barclays recently.

Dappad is the brainchild of Scandinavian, Erika Nilsson-Humphrey, who used her experience in the financial sector to tailor the online store to the needs of busy finacial workers.

A Dappad spokesman said: “It all starts with a simple survey allowing us to collate as much information about a client’s personality as possible.

“The stylist will then create a style profile complete with likes, dislikes, sizes and measurements, which leads to the creation of a parcel of specifically selected items sent directly to the client’s door.

Dappad pop-up in Barlcays on Thursday, February 12

“Once the parcel arrives the client is free to try on all the garments and only pay for what is kept with any unwanted items collected completely free of charge.

“By offering men personally selected clothing from quality and hard to find labels, Dappad will save time and money.”

Among the brands currently stocked on the website are AG Jeans, Orlebar Brown, Cheaney Shoes, Eton Shirts, Gant Rugger and Tiger of Sweden.

There will be pop-ups from the store throughout Canary Wharf this year.

Go to dappad.com for more information.