Here at Cad & The Dandy, we take your wedding as seriously as you do. We are well aware of how daunting it can be to make the right choices and create an ensemble befitting a groom.
Our team of dedicated bespoke tailors are on hand to guide you through every step of the process, imparting their knowledge and expertise to deliver the perfect wedding suit for your big day.
We’ll gather all the details we need at your initial consultation, taking the time to find out what look you have in mind, helping to select the ideal cloth and lining, finalising your style choices and taking your measurements. The bespoke making process then begins.
Fine tuning in the form of fittings and any small adjustments will follow, resulting in the delivery of a unique wedding suit, perfectly cut and made to your individual requirements.
– We have thousands of cloths to choose from
– Wedding Suits start at $1400, for a 2 piece
– Our expert tailors will guide you through every stage
– Book online in London, New York or Stockholm
– Suit construction takes 6-8 weeks, on average
Book a consultation at one of our London, New York or Stockholm locations or read our Wedding Suits Guide to find out more.
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