Firstly, with our assistance and guidance, you choose the cloth, from our extensive pattern books, ensuring that it not only has the look that you require but also that it is fit for purpose. There is no point buying the finest woven cashmere if it has to withstand the daily commute or selecting a heavy worsted wool for your beach wedding.
The lining, although only seen in glimpses can be equally as important. Colour, patterns and durability all being factors in your decision.

We are constantly updating our range, working with merchant and mills like Holland & Sherry, Scabal, Fine worsteds, Bateman Ogden and Dugdales to name a few.

Once you have your cloth, we will then guide you through the finer details of your suit and being bespoke every detail is open for discussion. Don’t panic you if you are new to the process, Our tailors will guide you through it.

Style books are also on hand to help you build up the image in your mind of how your suit will look. Pinterest and Instagram can also be useful tools in picking the style that best works for you.

Once you have your cloth we will then guide you through the finer details of your suit and being bespoke every detail is open for discussion but don’t panic you if you are new to the process we will guide you through it.

Style books are also on hand to help you build up the image in your mind of how your suit will look. Pinterest and Instagram can also be useful tools in picking the style that best works for you or the look that we will help you achieve.

So now we know what your suit will look like it’s time to look at fit and cut, and the best way to do this is to talk before we measure.

In asking you what you are looking for and how you like something to fit, along with discussing any issues you may have had before or any little quirk that make us all human, we are able to understand what you need and we can measure accordingly, taking all of these aspects in to account.  It’s at this point that we really start to earn our money (and take a deposit!)

With our bespoke service, we utilise a number of fitting options, Skeleton fit, Pocket baste and Forward try ons, all very technical sounding but all are there to get the best fitting suit. We don’t always do all three but we do always do the right number to get the right fit.

With our bespoke service, we utilise a number of fitting options, Skeleton fit, Pocket baste and Forward try ons, all very technical sounding but all are there to get the best fitting suit. We don’t always do all three but we do always do the right number to get the right fit.

Once we have completed the fitting process and made the required changes to your suit and also to your pattern for any future suits, we will invite you in for your final fitting and then you will be able to leave with your handmade, finely crafted bespoke suit.

Once you have left the shop it doesn’t mean we have forgotten you.  The proof of a suit is in the wearing and we always like to hear from our customers once the suit has been worn a few times and begun to settle in to your shape even more.  At this point feel free to pop in and see us and if any minor tweaks are needed and we will be happy to take care of them for you, we’ll even give your suit a press whilst we are at it.

Once you have left the shop it doesn’t mean we have forgotten you.  The proof of a suit is in the wearing and we always like to hear from our customers once the suit has been worn a few times and begun to settle in to your shape even more.  At this point feel free to pop in and see us and if any minor tweaks are needed and we will be happy to take care of them for you, we’ll even give your suit a press whilst we are at it.

It should be a pleasure to buy a tailored suit and that’s the experience we will give you. We leave the hassle to the off the peg shops. By the way, we also pop the kettle on and even if we do say ourselves our tea is as good as our suits!