Looking to get your first tailor-made suit? Check out these tips for the right preparation and a few steps to see you through the process.
The label has been featured before, but not these 1960s-style double-breasted suits at Adam of London.
We don’t feature anywhere near enough formal gear on the site, so we’re starting to remedy that by flagging up the new double-breasted suits at DNA Groove.
Claudio at DNA Groove has just the thing for the dapper mod about town – some pure silk pocket squares.
How much material do I need for a tailor-made suit? There is a very short answer to that question. An obvious one in fact.
As the city guides are still a work in progress, we’ve compiled all of our previous tailoring recommendations in one handy list. Right here in fact.
If you're looking for some good quality suit cloth, you might be interested to know that there are some DNA Groove Tonik fabrics now available.
Neil Lee has produced a guide to the detailing you need to consider before you visit a tailor. Consider these points, visit a recommended tailor, and you’ll have no problems whatsoever.