The traditional Savile Row experience…
What is a Traditional Bespoke suit?
A Traditional Bespoke suit is made how suits on Savile Row have always been made; entirely hand-crafted with a full floating horsehair canvas and a baste fitting – as per the tailoring guidelines set out by the Savile Row bespoke association.
The baste fitting is an opportunity to try on a skeleton version of the suit midway through the tailoring process, allowing us to really fine-tune the fit and style of the suit.
How is it made?
An individual pattern is chalked out onto your chosen cloth, and hand-cut by our head cutter, who oversees the whole tailoring process.
The suit is then hand-stitched and hand-finished by our team of master craftsmen and women, including a coat, a trouser and a waistcoat maker, a striker, a presser, a seamstress and a buttonhole maker.
It takes over 50 hours of highly skilled work to complete the suit, but hand-stitching ensures that the ‘give’ in the stitches will adjust to your body shape, actually improving the fit over time.
Who is this range for?
If you want the best suit design that bespoke tailoring has to offer, at a price you can afford, we recommend the Traditional Bespoke range.
How much does a Traditional Bespoke suit cost?
A two piece in our Traditional Bespoke range starts at just £799, and takes approximately 12 weeks to complete.