Men's Tailored Garments

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it doesn’t haven’t be a full suit

Hemingway Tailors has been dressing stylish men for over a decade and it is true to say that the majority of our clients buy bespoke or made-to-measure 2-piece or 3-piece suits.   However Hemingway also has the ability to tailor separate garments such as trousers, jackets, waistcoats and shirts to enable our clients to really get creative in the style and look they want to convey.

The traditional tailored suit is perfect for business wear, events and special occasions.  However once you have experienced the fit and comfort of a tailored suit and the confidence that it provides, you may well consider a range of items for a variety of smart casual occasions.

Elements such as a beautifully tailored jacket can be timeless classics and can be worn in conjunction with many other styles of garment to create a completely different look, making your wardrobe far more flexible (and stylish).

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Tailoring perfection

The Master Tailor

Simply put Hemingway are purveyors of luxury tailored clothing. Using traditional tailoring methods, we produce a range of bespoke and made to measure garments, including suits, waistcoats, overcoats and shirts, all of which are contemporary, perfectly fitted and of exceptional quality and value. Hemingway Tailors has been stylishly dressing its impressive global client portfolio since 2005. 
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Unlike many of our competitors, the Hemingway service doesn’t finish with the delivery of your tailor made garment; that is only the start. The garments we produce are of the finest quality workmanship and fabric and it is our aim to ensure that they stay that way for many seasons to come. 

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"Choosing to go with Hemingway Tailors for my wedding suit was a wonderful experience.  Their knowledge and skill are so reassuring when making such an investment in your suit.  The end result was fantastic and I felt so special on my wedding day." 
Terry Barford