Wherever you go in Italy, you'll find the male population has a certain knack for dressing. This is known as sprezzatura - the art of meticulously putting together an outfit that looks artfully effortless. And while it's traditionally associated with tailoring (thanks to patrons of the movement such as the always-suited industrialist Gianni Agnelli), it is now just as readily available in London, thanks to Henry Herbert Tailors and our offering of Neapolitan tailoring.

We have our very own Italian full bespoke Master tailor working from our workshop in London. "Bespoke" is now a marketing buzzword, but it originally meant a bolt of wool fabric that a gentleman had ordered for a suit - it was "spoken for." A true bespoke suit is cut entirely by hand, a process that Henry Herbert requires 54 man-hours and is based on a paper pattern cut specifically for you, all culminating in the Neapolitan cut.

So, what's on offer?

Fully bespoke Italian Neapolitan cut and made suits, offered by our Italian in-house tailor in London.

What's the house style?

A natural Neapolitan soft, classic shoulder line, nipped-in waist and not full chested. Very proportional and in conversation with the body of the customer.

How long does it take to make a suit?

Eight to ten weeks, depending on how available the customer is.

How much does an entry-level wool two-piece suit cost?

Our bespoke Neapolitan suits are £3500 +VAT.

Where are the bespoke suits made?

All our bespoke suits are made in the United Kingdom by our Italian, Naples trained tailor.

How does the service work?

Simply book an appointment online. We will go through all the fabrics with you and the work will be completed in London.

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Any questions?

Just email us at charlie@henryherbert.com
or call: 020 7837 1452