Suit the City | exquisite and unique made-to-measure suits and separates for

men and women

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The Tailoring Team Limited

Denham Farm

Wheeler End

Buckinghamshire

HP14 3NQ

Phone 0800 011 2450

Email - info@suitthecity.com

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SUIT THE CITY

Affordable, beautiful & unique

All garments are made to measure with bespoke details to suit your individual lifestyle, personality and budget

Choose from thousands of fabrics, linings and finishing touches

Private one to one measuting, fitting and styling service by appointment

Why We Love Wool

March 17, 2017

 

 

Here at Suit the City, 95% of our suits and separates are made of wool . . . it's so versatile and we love it; here are some of the reasons why.

 

Wool is totally natural wool is grown year-round by millions of sheep, consuming only water, air, sunshine and grass, often in places which have no other use.

 

Renewable every year sheep produce a new fleece, making wool completely renewable.

Breathable wool fibres can absorb large quantities of moisture vapour then move it away to evaporate into the air. So, unlike synthetic fibres such as polyester, which don’t react to your body temperature, wool is warm in cold weather and cool in warm weather.

Luxurious wool is available in many different guises and can be woven to suit different requirements, from the rough, heavy fisherman’s jumper to the finest wools which are the ultimate in luxury suitings.

Biodegradable over a few years when you are finished with your garments, the wool will naturally decompose over time, slowly releasing its nutrients back into the soil.

 

And finally it is very stylish.

 

We have an extensive collection of wools to choose from including beautiful Harris Tweeds from the Outer Hebrides, worsted from Yorkshire and Merino from Australia,

  

 

 

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