Pricing

Pricing

Suit prices

Each and every made-to-measure suit that we make is unique with numerous fabric, lining and style combinations. Our mission is to give you the options of the cloth style and fit that is right for you. Therefore our pricing structure is very flexible, however as a guide based on a 2 piece suit we can offer the following:



Premier
Deluxe
Exclusive
Ultimate
Typical Price for a 2-piece suit
£695 - £795
£795 - £895
£895 - £1500
From £3500
Fabric Selection
Fine Yorkshire & European worsteds in a very wide range in different weights colours and designs.
Super 100s and Super 120s wools including 'cool wool' lightweight fabrics, also a high grade Yorkshire worsteds.
Super 140s and 160s wool plus wool/cashmere, wool/silk and other speciality fabric.
The Ultimate Bespoke cloth with your name woven into a stripe of the fabric.
Made to Measure




Home/Office Visiting Service




Full Style Specification




Padded Lapels




Floating Chest Canvas




Choice of Linings




No Hidden Extras





Fabric definitions

Worsteds

Worsted wool is made of fine long fibres woven in a tight weave. Of all mens suitings, Worsted has been the accepted as the standard fabric to use. But there are different types of high quality wool and different grades to take note of.

Superfine 100's

This finer cloth is lovely to the touch whilst retaining excellent durability. Superfine 100's make excellent everyday suits with a touch of luxury.

Superfine 120's/130's

With this cloth, the wool can be blended with cashmere to give a soft luxurious handle. This cloth travels well and is cool in the summer.

Superfine 160's

We have superfine 160's fabrics. Not all tailors can handle this luxurious type of fabric.

Speciality fabrics

Our fabrics are sourced from the world's finest mills and cloth merchants including Dormeuil, Scabal, Loro Piana, Holland & Sherry & John G Hardy.

Grading of wool: Good quality wool is graded from 70’s through to super 160's and above. Higher numbers represent the fineness of the wool fibre. The finer the wool fibre means that more fibre has to be used is the fabric to create a tighter weave, hence better crease recovery from wrinkles etc. Naturally the higher the grade the more expensive the wool will be. Apart from the wool quality, the weaving and finishing of the fabric is equally as important.

All our fabrics are sourced from reputable mills and cloth merchants. We have over 2000 fabrics in our collection. However if we don't have the right fabric we will endeavour to source this for you.