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Win A Bespoke Suit for Father's Day With Savile Row's Alexandra Wood

Most dads don’t need anything, but there are always things the dad in your life wants, whether he’ll admit it or not.

A Savile Row Suit. With Father’s Day just around the corner, together with Alexandra Wood Bespoke, we are offering you the chance to win a personalised style review with a made to measure suit (worth £1500), designed and created for the father or father-to-be in your life.

Today, wearing a suit is a choice and has become a statement and whatever the style, Alexandra Wood is there to make it just for him. The first female Savile Row tailor and Queen of bespoke tailoring, Alexandra is famous for transforming the wardrobes of high profile men and disrupting the male dominated industry. Working with exquisite fabrics and creating impeccable cuts, she will work to make a piece that suits a man’s lifestyle and an investment piece to wear for years and years to come.

Customers can choose to have their consultations via Zoom, or book a one to one appointment at either of her showrooms in Savile Row or Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire.

Prize value: £1,500

Competition now closed

Competition closes 17th June, 2020.
Winner announced on 18th June, 2020.
Full Terms & Conditions here.


About Alexandra

Alexandra began her tailoring career in womenswear but quickly discovered that she had a hidden talent for making men look ‘more’.

At Alexandra Wood Bespoke, Alexandra’s eye for design, her ease of connecting with people, and her ability to create a relaxed, fun service is what makes her customers come back time and time again. “Trust this woman with your wardrobe, you won’t be disappointed!”

About Savile Row

For almost five hundred years, this quiet and civilised street in Mayfair has played host to generations of the most talented artisans, lovingly dressing gentlemen and ladies of taste in some of the finest bespoke clothes the world has ever seen. From Winston Churchill to the Duke of Wellington, and from Fred Astaire to Elton John, the countless list of statesmen and celebrities to have graced the Row goes on. Named after Lady Savile, the wife of the 3rd Earl of Burlington, the road was built between 1731 and 1735, and is justly famous as the home of men’s tailoring. It is the only road in the world that is synonymous with this form of clothing and – delightfully – is so well-known that in Japan the word for a suit is ‘sebiru’, a corruption of ‘Savile Row’.

Every Savile Row suit starts life as a two-dimensional length of superfine suiting cloth, transformed over time to fit the customer precisely to his requirements, fulfilling entirely an individual’s vision for their own clothes. Every suit is unique, made to the customer’s exact measurements, drafted into an individual paper pattern from which his chosen or ‘bespoken’ cloth is cut. The suit will then be handmade, with the cloth shrunken, stretched, pressed, stitched and structured into a perfectly form-fitting three-dimensional garment.

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