Handmade Bespoke Service
It will take anywhere between 30 minutes to an hour. We will take time to discuss and better understand your individual style and how your suit will be worn. After this you may select your desired cloth, with patterns available from English, Scottish, Italian mills and selected mills across the globe. Once the cloth has been selected and styling has been decided we will then commence taking your measurements. Usually two to three fittings within the 10-week turnaround time is sufficient. The first and not so glamorous is the baste fitting. We usually warn customers this fitting is more for me the tailor rather than the client, the suit will be more of a skeleton at this point. An important part of the process nevertheless as this will give us a better understanding how the cloth will perform and clarify the most appropriate way to manipulate the canvas and cloth so that it may float naturally around the contours of your body and be more comfortable. The second fitting is usually anywhere from 20-30 minutes, you can expect finishing touches to be made before it is cut into your chosen fabric. Once all finished you will be invited to return to collect your handcrafted new suit.
Your pattern will be drafted by hand and struck out onto cloth before being cut, using age old tailoring techniques. Each suit has over 60 hours of handwork. Impeccable fit, precision and clean finishing is at the forefront of what we do.
YOUR STYLE AND POSSIBILITIES
From single-breasted coats to double breasted smoking jackets with gauntlet cuffs you have many options. Usually additional features including hand monogramming or contrast stitching is done complimentary.
2 Piece Suits start at £4000.00
3 Piece suits start at £5000.00
A well looked after suit will last a long time. For complete satisfaction follow these basic care instructions to preserve your suit's longevity.
Pockets, lapels and columns should be brushed frequently to remove dirt.
Stains should be blotted immediately not rubbed.
Creased garments recover well in a humid environment. Hang them somewhere damp and warm, such as a bathroom, or vaporize them lightly with water.
After use, allow your suit to rest; wearing the same suit for two days in succession can cause damage to the fibres.
To help maintain the shape of your suit always hang your jacket on an appropriate hanger that supports the shoulders and always hang your trousers vertically.
Avoid placing items in your pockets as this will put strain on the seams.
Unbutton your suit jacket before you sit down to avoid pulling.
Store your suit in a breathable garment bag for protection.
Have your suit dry cleaned atleast once a season, however excessive dry cleaning can reduce the life of a suit.