Schedule an in-person appointment below where one of our expert stylists will personally take your measurements, and help you select the best fabrics & cut for your lifestyle.
Existing Customers can create an account, customize their order and choose to use their previous style options and existing measurements.
New Clients can customize their order online and check out using standard sizes or save their order and book an appointment to meet us in person.
Given the global travel restrictions in the wake of COVID-19, we have also extended our offering so that you can choose a custom piece online and attend virtual stylist appointments.
Can’t make it to a Trunk Show? Choose up to 5 swatches from our extensive fabric library and have them delivered anywhere in the world for $50, which is fully redeemable on your purchase.
Most bespoke suits come with three buttons or two. The golden rule is that you leave the lowest button unbuttoned on a two-button jacket. With three buttons, you can either button the top two and leave the bottom unfastened, or simply button the center button. On a double-breasted suit, simply fasten every button except the bottom.
Tailors cut bespoke suits to take account of this and you’ll be wearing your suit wrong if you ignore these rules. Leave your jacket buttoned up when you’re standing and unbuttoned when sitting down or dancing.
What image does a 2-button suit convey?
A two-button suit has a ‘regular’, traditional image. It’ll also make you look taller, as the lower buttons create a deep V around the chest area, accentuating your shape.
What about a one-button suit?
One-button suits are a little cooler and more rakish than their two-button counterparts. If three-button suits are Mercedes and two-button suits are BMWs, then one-button suits are Jaguars. They’re perhaps less suitable for more-formal environments.
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