Ferragatti PERSONAL TAILORING

Prized by generations, the suit is one of the most important items a man can possess in his wardrobe. What is it though that makes the suit such an integral part of a man’s sartorial arsenal? Put simply, many milestones are marked while wearing a suit. From a first date to a wedding, the suit will accompany a man throughout some of life’s most important moments. It’s not just the exceptional but also the everyday that gives the suit its significance though. The suit is regarded as the backbone of many men’s working wardrobes.



Whether for the boardroom or for one of life’s momentous occasions, few things feel so luxurious as a personally tailored suit. That’s why we’ve used our expertise to offer a dedicated Personal Tailoring service in which we allow you to become the designer. From fabric and lining to cuts and trims, consider every detail across 17 stages as you create your perfect suit.

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THE STYLE
Begin by selecting your suit’s style. From classic to contemporary fits, for formal occasions or for your working wardrobe, there’s a style to suit all requirements.
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THE FABRIC
The best way to start visualising your suit is through the fabric. Handpick yours from our luxury selection which offers different English and Italian options in a variety of colours.
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THE JACKET
Select one of our 4 key jacket styles. Tuxedo and single button suits fall into the realm of formal attire, while if your preference is a versatile style, opt for a two button or double-breasted design.
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THE LAPELS
Take a classic approach and opt for notch lapels or bring an uncompromising formality to your jacket with statement peak lapels.
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THE POCKETS
The customised pocket can make all the difference. To complement a slim block, opt for a slant, otherwise a straight pocket will correspond nicely with a shorter proportioned jacket.
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THE CUFFS
Personalise your cuffs with modern and minimal single button detail or give proportion to each cuff with a traditional four button option.
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THE VENTS
Jacket vents offer an increased range of movement and comfort for their wearer as well as providing a stylish touch. Both single and double vent jackets will ensure a neat silhouette for their wearer.
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THE WAISTCOAT
Add a waistcoat to create a 3 piece suit. This can be an immediate decision or a later consideration to add versatility to your look.
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THE TROUSERS
Choose either flat front or pleat front trousers. Flat front trousers offer a smart look, while single pleat trousers fall closer to the knee for a sharper look.
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THE WAIST
Customise your waistband with side adjusters or belt loops. Side adjusters offer a slim silhouette under waistcoats, while belt loops offer styling versatility.
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THE HEMS
Finish your trousers with either standard hems or turn-ups. The simplicity of standard hems offers a timeless finish, while turn-ups offer a more stylised alternative.
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THE LINING & PIPING
Customise the internal detailing of your jacket with 20 lining choices which offer different colour and piping options. A fully lined jacket will hold its shape well for frequent use, while a half lined jacket will provide a lighter wear in warmer conditions.
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THE BUTTONS
For a personal finishing touch, select a button to complement your jacket. With fif teen choices, you can select a button as bold or subtle as you like with the option to easily replace.
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THE MELTON
Select a matching or contrasting undercollar melton. In six colours complementary to our suiting fabrics, choose either a subtle colour to blend in or a bolder colour to stand out.
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THE BUTTONHOLE
Select thread colours for your buttonholes from a range of shades. Personalised buttonholes can express a unique quirk or heritage and are most popular on a jacket’s bottom buttonhole.
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THE MEASUREMENTS
Your measurements will be taken to refine your suit and ensure a precise fit during a 90 minute appointment. Measurements will then be kept on file for future additions to your wardrobe.
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THE FINISHED SUIT