Bespoke

A well cut suit will leave an instant impression on your company. If your suit has been made specifically for your measurements your suit will improve with age, gradually looking better and better as your body temperature allows it to mould to your body.

Following the traditions of Savile Row, The London Fashion Work Rooms understand the importance of individuality, crafting easy movement bespoke suits that follow the body’s natural line.

The craftmanship and quality of our bespoke suit service epitomises English excellence in modern day tailoring and we pride ourselves on working with some of the capital’s best tailors.

Creating a Bespoke Suit
  • Think about the kind of suit you’d like to have and call us to make an appointment with one of our tailors.
  • At the consultation tell him what you want. Is it a leisure suit? Something for business or perhaps for a special occasion? What you will be doing in it will dictate your posture. If you are someone who likes to put their hands in their pockets the tailor will consider this when designing the slant of the pockets and the vent openings. By wearing the shoes and shirt you would like to wear with the suit he will have a better idea of your style and will be able to make your suit more ‘suitable’ for your character and your needs.
  • There are so very many different cloths and linings to choose from so take your time to consider and discuss what kind of colour, pattern and weight you want your suit to be.
  • After your consultation you will be measured so that your tailor can draft your very own unique pattern which will be kept on file so that you won’t need to be refitted when it comes to making your next suit.
  • At your first fitting you will try on the shell; that is the suit in its final fabric but without the lining. This allows the tailor to adjust the shape and for you both to make the final style decisions on sleeve lengths, button height and other finishes. If it is the first time having a suit made with your tailor you’ll need about three or four fittings.
  • At your first fitting you will try on the shell; that is the suit in its final fabric but without the lining. This allows the tailor to adjust the shape and for you both to make the final style decisions on sleeve lengths, button height and other finishes. If it is the first time having a suit made with your tailor you’ll need about three or four fittings.
  • At the final fitting your suit will be nearly finished with only the hand stitched finishing to be completed. This normally takes about five hours. Your suit should be ready for collection a couple of days later.
How long does it take?

A full bespoke suit normally takes about 6-8 weeks to be made after your first consultation. Most tailors take about 60 hours to make each suit.

To make an appointment with one of our tailors call us on 020 7404 7675