Wedding suit shops in London

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Find bespoke tailors and off the rack suits with our guide to kitting out grooms

Grooms-to-be taking a relaxed approach to wedding prep should remember that commissioning a bespoke wedding suit – and even buying ready-made – isn’t always as easy as it sounds. To help take the slog out of the search, we’ve highlighted our favourite tailors in London, from super Savile Row options, to their slightly cheaper Soho counterparts. Whether you're pushing the boat out for a made to measure groom's suit, or happy to find something off the peg, you'll find the best for your budget in this list.


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  • A Suit That Fits

    36-38 Glasshouse St, W1B 5DL

    The ideal option if cash and time are a bit tight, A Suit That Fits offers both a speedy online bespoke service, as well as more personalised made-to-measure appointments at three London studios. Prices start at just £259 and gents can choose from a vast library of fabrics and linings. View the A Suit That Fits listing

  • Beggars Run

    Beggars Run Showroom, 2nd Floor, 47 Approach Rd, E2 9LY

    Our favourite destination for suits for men who don’t like suits, Beggars Run offer modern made-to-order two- and three-pieces in laid back linens, corduroy and dogtooths. Fittings take place above a Victoria Park pub. From £300 for a made-to-measure suit. View the Beggars Run listing

  • Cad & the Dandy

    Lower Ground Floor, 12 Savile Row, W1S 3PR

    If you’re after a Savile Row suit at Soho prices, Cad & The Dandy is the place to go. A bespoke morning suit starts from as little as £550 here, but there’s no corner-cutting. Three grades of tailored suit – machine stitched, half hand-stitched and fully hand-stitched – mean that there’s a price bracket to suit every budget, while an astonishing selection of fabrics and linings means your suit can be as basic (or as swish) as you like. The tailors operate from three studios in Savile Row, the City and Canary Wharf. View the Cad & the Dandy listing

  • Chris Kerr

    52 Berwick St, W1F 8SL

    Tailor Chris Kerr learnt the trade from his father, legendary 1960s tailor Eddie Kerr, and has dressed the likes of Johnny Depp and Nick Cave. Inside, the vibe is more artist's studio than shop and Eddie tells us that the shop's mission remains simple: to make pure bespoke suits for the man on the street, as well as the groom heading up the aisle. £1500 for a bespoke suit. View the Chris Kerr listing

  • Hostem

    41-43 Rechurch St, E2 7DL

    If you fancy an alternative approach to the morning suit, head to Hostem where modern-minded gents will find labels such as Yang Li, Margaret Howell and Adam Kimmel providing off-the-peg tailoring for special occasions. We love the threads of Casely-Hayford – sharp, contemporary and exuding manly charm. View the Hostem listing

  • October House

    42 New Oxford St, WC1A 1EP

    There’s a rock’n’roll bent to the tailoring at this London studio founded by tailor Neil Fennell and radio presenter Dave Berry. Traditional craftsmanship and British fabrics are relied on, but designs can be as alternative and retro as you dare. As an added extra, grooms can book the whole studio and descend with their mates for a sort of ‘fitting’ party complete with fizz. From £600 for a bespoke suit. View the October House listing

  • Paul Smith

    Westbourne House, 120 & 122 Kensington Park Road, London, W11 2EP

    Ex-Savile Row tailors deliver a bespoke service at Paul Smith’s Notting Hill outpost. An intimate room is dedicated to tailoring and style-conscious men are promised a range of English, Italian and Scottish tweed fabrics to choose from, as well as a range of linings ranging from the modest, to the utterly bonkers. From £2000 for a bespoke suit. View the Paul Smith listing

  • Thom Sweeney

    1-2 Weighhouse St, W1K 5LR

    Housed in a former gallery and townhouse, this bespoke tailors makes us swoon. Not only is the decor full of flair (prints of famous gents from Roger Moore to Mick Jagger line the walls and antique furniture has been given a contemporary twist), but the young tailors at the helm are as dashing as their needlework. For those not quite ready for the financial commitment of a fully bespoke suit, there's an excellent made-to-measure service. From £1895 for a bespoke suit. View the Thom Sweeney listing

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Will
Will

I think it is always a good start to have an idea what kind of colour and weight fabric you will ideally like to have prior to meeting with your wedding tailor. www.henryherbert.com

Patrick
Patrick

Another one to add to this list would be Suit Supply on Vigo St. Made to measure (NB not bespoke), with fabrics from reputable mills and a very flattering block used. Suits for around £299 and up and a good range of accessories.