Ok, so you might not be looking for that kind of wedding suit (William’s military-looking garb isn’t exactly the kind of suit most grooms want to get married in). But if you’re looking for a wedding suit in London, Time Out features a London wedding suit page that lists shops and services for your every wedding-related need.
And guess who’s at the top of their favourite wedding suit shops (listed alphabetically, of course)? You guessed it: A Suit That Fits.
The London Wedding
Getting married in London can be a stressful experience simply because you’re so spoiled for choice.
London, after all, is one of the world’s greatest cities and a huge wedding industry exists there.
Savile Row is on your doorstep. Soho is full of tailors. And then there’s all those boutique stores full of wedding cakes and hand-made accessories.
London is also home to a large number of fabric shops perfect for men’s suiting. From the smaller stores on Berwick Street to the larger department stores like John Lewis and Liberty, it’s easy to find any type of cloth.
What to do?
One way to simplify things is to work with a style advisor and bespoke tailor. Whether you’re looking to suit a groom or an entire party of groomsmen, we can help you sort through your options.
First, book a free consultation with one of our style advisors in London. Then choose one of our 5 London studios and bring everybody – your best man, the father of the groom and the father of the bride – for a fitting.
Whether you’re looking for morning suits, lounge suits or less conventional suits, we can help you make your wedding suits truly “bespoke.”
Our Wedding Packages
A Suit That Fits offers wedding suit packages to take the edge off the price a little.
Click here to see some of our packages in more detail.
There are some excellent ways to make your wedding garments extra special. Take advantage of our tailoring services to add a special message inside your bespoke shirt or jacket.
You can even order a “honeymoon suit” at a 15% discount.
One other thing: When it’s time for everyone’s suit to be fitted, you might want to break out the champagne. Make it a celebration.