Mayfair Tailoring offers contemporary tailoring that is manufactured in traditional sartorial ways.
Our made to measure service enables you to personalize your suits, jackets, shirts and trousers with a handsome choice of cloth, style and detail. Mayfair Tailoring can create a perfect fitting ensemble for every occasion with all the features that will define you as an individual.
Choose your preferred cloth form a selection of over 5,000 styles from the world's foremost fabric weavers.
The Essential suit is our entry-level and most affordable model. The jacket features a fused interior and other important parts such as the cuffs, hem and arm holes are reinforced by a premium interlining for extra support. Unlike many similarly priced garments, our Essential construction features a large 3-layer canvas bib, giving the jacket its rich appearance and natural drape.
The Semi-Traditional suit offers a perfect middle ground between a full canvas and fused model. The jacket features a multi-layer canvas between the shoulder and the chest, with a thin fusing at the front. The lapels have been equipped with a machine pinned canvas layer which results in a natural lapel roll.
The fusing provides rigidity and structure, while the canvas layers give the jacket a premium look.
The Traditional suit is our most popular model and features a fully canvassed interior. It is lined with a multi-layer natural horsehair canvas which gives elasticity and molds to the wearers chest. The lapels are quilted by machine to provide a lovely roll. A full canvas jacket will conform to your body after use and must be worn to achieve the perfect fit, like a new pair of leather shoes.
The Luxury suit offers all qualities our Traditional suit provides, but is enriched with even more sartorial details. The name of its construction is all-telling; The suit is almost entirely handmade with many of the essential elements finished by hand, which ensures maximum flexibility in construction and fabric.
We offer a selection of over 1,000 shirting fabrics from Thomas Mason, Albini and David John Anderson.