Fifty Shades of the Grey Suit

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Look good in grey

Tailor’s Notes
Every gentleman looks good in a grey suit and, whilst there are countless iterations of this wardrobe staple available to choose from, there is only one style that is going to give you the most bang for your buck. We’re talking about a slim-notch-lapel, two-button, double-vented suit in a shade of grey (not too dark, not too light) that will seamlessly work with everything else in your wardrobe.

The Construction
This grey charcoal suit was made and cut in England from a medium weight wool and, as much of it as possible was hand-tailored. This style of suit takes 8-9 weeks to make, unless you opt for our Express Service. A halfway baste fitting and then a forward baste fitting is completed before the suit is finished and delivered.

Details
The grey suit cloth is from Holland & Sherry, who own a fabric mill which was founded in London in 1836 by Stephen George Holland and Frederick Sherry and their Head Office still resides on Savile Row today. The jacket has working cuffs and horn buttons.

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