Your wedding day is one of the key moments in any couples relationship, and in days of old it was primarily all about the bride’s dress but times have changed in so many ways and statements are being made by the groom or grooms.

For some it can be the only time when the gent’s suit is not off the peg and it’s the perfect excuse to splash out and indulge in a one off piece, which, unlike a traditional wedding dress a bespoke wedding suit can be used time and time again.

Obviously you are more limited in alternative occasions to wear the traditional morning suit but a more contemporary garment in the right colour & style is timeless.


What I aim to do is ensure that any special details from the day are incorporated in the suit and any specific request from the bride or groom is included. Whether that be the colour of a lining that matches to the flowers or bridesmaids dress, your partners favourite colour or even picks up on the design of the invite.


Colour can also be used in contrast stitching, flash inserts or even buttons to make it stand out from a more typical work suit. Having the date embroidered on your garment means you will never forget your anniversary. I was even once asked to embroider “I give it a year!”.

The variations are endless and a more contemporary fabric can be perfect for the big day and also for work or weekends after. Jeans and a jacket are a classic look and the waistcoat from the suit can be worn with a blazer or another suit to keep the memory of the big day alive.


The whole process of having something designed should be part of the celebration, an experience to treasure and enjoy as you indulge in the luxury world of bespoke suiting. You can’t put a price on love.




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