The King & Allen Fabric Pledge
In our constant quest to offer our customers even more choice, this month we have introduced the King & Allen Fabric Pledge: We pledge to use our knowledge and the contacts we have at our extensive collection of cloth merchants to find the fabric that you want.
So if you have a specific cloth in mind and, after looking through the 2000+ cloths in our range you do not find it, we will go that extra mile to get it for you – whether that means sourcing from our existing merchants such as Holland & Sherry, Dugdale, Dormeuil and more, or forming an agreement with a new merchant.
So if you get inspiration from an off the peg suit you have seen or an image in a magazine and want to have a bespoke version made for you – let us know. If you’ve received a quote elsewhere for a bespoke suit and you think it’s too high – let us know. If you once came to see us and couldn’t find the cloth you liked – let us know!
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