Bespoke Handmade Tailoring

Our custom-tailored suits are handcrafted to ensure the most accurate shaping of the fabric, from cut to finish.

The art of these methods produce body and form, detail and durability, and exacting consistency for the highest standards to mark out a suit of true distinction.

We specialise in any shape, bespoke made to suit personal preference and physique, offering a practical solution to all perplexities. Individual designs can also be created to provide you a unique garment for special occasions.

Learn more about the full process from start to finish.

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Dugdale Bros & Co

PHILOSOPHY

Our philosophy is to tailor suits that fit you infinitely, that is as unique to you as your fingerprint. The work is exceptionally high and is of exact standards to that of Saville Row.

Our bespoke suits are cut and tailored in England using the finest English milled fabrics to create the quintessentially classic English suit.

MISSION

Our mission is to bequeath Savile Row bespoke tailoring, hand crafted and individually made techniques. It is also to provide the best and professional Savile Row quality bespoke tailoring services. And continue to create simply the best suits traditionally, by hand, using skills that the modern world consider archaic or lost.

THE BESPOKE TAILORING PROCESS IN FULL

HOW TO ORDER

BELOW INTRODUCES A STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO THE MAKING OF OUR FULLY BESPOKE SUIT.*

1.

The first appointment – Choosing fabric and measuring

When ordering a fully bespoke suit you are measured in great detail taking into account all the idiosyncrasies of your posture. With a picture of you in mind whilst analysing the measurements to create a unique pattern for you.

The suit is then hand cut to your specific measurements and then hand stitched. This stage is what makes a bespoke suit bespoke.

The suit is a half-made that is not properly finished and only temporarily held together with white stitching. This allows it to be easily taken apart and re-made.

At this stage, the garment has unfinished lapels, no buttons and no buttonholes.

2.

The second appointment
– First fitting

At this stage you will have your first fitting and will assess the accuracy of the measurements.

The basted suit is a blueprint or ‘first draft’ of the final version and can be radically altered if necessary.

Notes will be taken and usually chalk several marks on the suit to indicate where areas need to be altered.

3.

The third appointment -Second fitting

At this point the suit will be at a more advanced stage of tailoring and may be almost completely finished (depending on the complexity of your shape).

Any alterations will be assessed and the final adjustments will be marked up and carried out.

4.

The fourth/final appointment

Depending on your shape, this may be your final fitting.

All in all this process involves 80 to 100+ hours of manual skill work. This is one of the reasons why fully bespoke suits are much more expensive than made to measure suits.

*Please note, the process can vary from person to person. This will give you an idea of the process of bespoke tailoring.

Designer Alterations

We take care to ensure high quality craftsmanship on complex alterations or general repairs.

Bespoke Fancy Wasitcoats

Our custom-tailored waistcoats are handcrafted to ensure the most accurate shaping of the fabric, from cut to finish.

GET IN TOUCH

Please get in touch by calling us directly on

 (023) 92 510889

Shop Opening Times

Monday :: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday :: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday :: Closed
Thursday :: 9am – 5pm
Friday :: 9am – 5pm
Saturday (Half Day) :: 9am – 1pm
Sunday :: Closed

Closed Public Holidays.