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Suits buying guide


Our men's suits are impeccably tailored – find the perfect fit for you with our handy guide

Choose your fit



Our most generous fit, cut with a roomier and
longer fitting jacket for ultimate comfort

Perfect for: larger men with classic style

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A classically tailored shape, nipping in at the waist
for a stylish but traditional fit

Perfect for: broad-chested, slim-waisted, refined guys

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A sharper cut which still allows for greater
movement within its streamlined silhouette

Perfect for: Slender men wanting a sleeker cut

Shop slim suits


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Our sleeker jacket shape that sits closer to the body. A contemporary but comfortable cut.

Perfect for: razor-sharp snappy dressers

Shop skinny suits


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Suits for any occasion

Wedding suits


Big style for the big day – our wedding suits will have you looking your best

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Formal suits


Special occasions call for a special suit – we've got occasionwear for every dress code

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Work suits


Make the best impression in the office with work suits that look the business

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Wool suits


Look your best as the temperature falls in breathable wool tailoring

Shop wool suits

Suit Measuring Guide

Measuring guide

1 - Shoulder width: This is the distance between your shoulder seams, measured straight across the back with the tape measure laid flat. Make sure you measure from the outermost part of your shoulders to get the most precise fit.

2 - Chest: Keeping the tape horizontal, measure around the fullest part of the chest. It may be easier to get someone to help you.

3 - Waist: Without trousers on, place the tape around your natural trouser line, below the navel.

4 - Inside leg: Place the tape into the highest point of your crotch and run the tape down to the ankle bone. Trousers should gently break on your shoes so avoid too long a length.

5 - Sleeve length: Measure from the top of your shoulder, where the shoulder seam would meet the top of your arm, take the tape down the edge of the cuff.

6 - Jacket length: Measure from the back of your neck, where your shirt collar would normally sit, down to the hemline. You can choose a short, medium or long jacket length, but the length may vary depending on the suit's style.

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