A special made to measure promotion
Get your suit and tuxedo custom made just for you. Our tailors have a special made to measure promotion to get you started. Have a special occasion? You can buy off the rack or go with your other suit option, made to measure. Invest in something that fits you like a glove and you’ll wear again and again.
From January 18th to February 5th:
Choose from a suit or tuxedo. Get a custom shirt, black tie or bow tie, pocket square, and cufflinks.
$1495 Suit package
$1695 Tuxedo Package
*price is based on selected fabrics only
Our made to measure team has expanded and booking is now available at both stores. There are two available calendars to book but space and fabrics are still limited. Book today to avoid missing out on this deal.
Book with Konstantine at Gotstyle King West // Book with Graham at Gotstyle Distillery
Visit our Made to Measure site for more details and testimonials about our tailors.
More and more we’re noticing men are opting for custom when it comes to weddings. Rentals are never acceptable. You work hard for your money– invest in something you’ll wear again.
Take a look at some custom designs over the last year done by our made to measure team.
For more information on our made to measure services click here or e-mail our made to measure tailor Konstantine.
Don’t miss out on our two week long made to measure sale. Details Here.
For more inspiration // Follow Gotstyle Grooms on Instagram
More information on our MTM services:
• 5 Reasons why every man needs a tailor > Link
• What To Look for in a made to measure suit > Link
• About Gotstyle Made to measure > Link
Meet Ryan, a young professional with a keen eye for style who came to us a couple of months back to get outfitted for his gorgeous wedding. Fortunately for us when Ryan sat down with our made-to-measure expert Konstantine he had a clear vision of what he was striving for. For his suit we virtually customized every aspect from the width and angle of the lapels, location of the button and shape of the front panels to create a garment that would meet all his needs and wants. The end result was this “Tom Ford inspired” single button, peak lapel tuxedo.
Photographs courtesy of Emma McIntyre