Custom Made Suits For A Perfect Fit

Tailor is derivative of the Latin word “tailler” which means to cut. Bespoke or custom describes garments made to measure for a specific client. As an artform, tailoring dates back to the early Middle Ages or 1100s typically in major European towns. Tailored clothing then consisted of capes, cloaks, coats, doublets and breeches. an art form that dates back to the 1100s. Historically, tailoring has been taught in apprenticeship settings. The required skills were passed on from master to without the need of a written manual. Traditionally and currently, tailoring remains a male-dominated trade however many women have equally become competent in the occupation and as we’ve moved into a modern world, tailors now exist exclusively for women. Below we’ve listed a few aspects of what goes into custom made suits.  


Epitome Menswear

Any man serious about fashion or wishes to set himself apart from the rest of the crowd should forget about off the rack suits and invest in a custom-made suit. Bespoke suits are the epitome of menswear fashion and will consistently prove to be a wardrobe staple. Style, elegance and masculinity effortlessly exude with such an investment.


Tailor Artistry

Each tailor is an artist. From design, cut, fit and finish not one suit, even if done by the same person will ever be the same. That’s the beauty and craftsmanship of it. Hidalgo Brothers are fortunate enough to be of a standard that strategically locates us on Saville Row. Mastery resides here and attention to detail is second to none.


Rich Heritage

A mentioned before, tailoring is a passed down knowledge. It boasts of a rich heritage and extensive knowledge. Institutions do exist now for people to learn or take a short course but nothing compares to an education learnt of the field.


Look no further than Hidalgo Brothers to take care of your bespoke suits and shirting needs. We have a dedicated, experienced and competent team ready and willing to cater to your every need.  Our customer made suit is what you need to call a perfect fit.