One of the main questions we are often asked is to explain the difference between a made to measure suit and a bespoke suit.

As both are designed to fit your body perfectly and combine comfort and style much more effectively than a garment which has been purchased “off the peg”, there is little difference between the two in terms of fit.

The core difference between Made to Measure and Bespoke however is the attention to detail, both in the personalisation options available to the garment, and the manner in which it’s created.


Our bespoke suits are hand crafted in the UK and take a minimum of 55 hours to create from a paper pattern made especially for you and your individual measurements. This painstaking attention to detail means that not only will you have an absolutely perfect fit; there are no restrictions in the design or style of your creation because the garment is designed to your exact taste and requirements. The choice of colour and fine fabrics is also much wider.

Though an investment, once your individual pattern is created it will be kept should future suits be required.

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