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The Best Bespoke Tailors in Toronto

Posted by Natalia Manzocco / February 16, 2015

bespoke suits torontoThe best bespoke tailors in Toronto know that clothes really do make the man. Though fabulous off-the-rack or made-to-measure options are readily available here in Toronto, there's a finesse of fit and detail that only comes from bespoke. With an infinite number of fabric and design choices before you, you're sure to stroll back out of the tailor's shop (or, in the case of local mobile tailor Gents & Blokes, out of your own place) looking your finest.

Here are the best bespoke tailors in Toronto.

See also:

The Best Place to Buy a Suit in Toronto
The Best Menswear Stores in Toronto
The Best Tailors In Toronto
The top 10 stores for women's suits in Toronto

Garrison Bespoke

Garrison Bespoke

Publicity-grabbing feats of tailoring like bulletproof jackets and stretchy, performance-oriented suits for TFC aside, this little shop off Wellington does some of the city's finest tailoring, assessing the personality and lifestyle of each customer to create the right look for them. More »

Trend Custom Tailors

Trend Custom Tailors

At this ivy-coated Gerrard and Sherbourne shop, the cutters and sewers all work out of the shop, which lends a collegial, welcoming vibe to your shopping and fitting experience. Staff say their clientele tends to lean toward more understated, subdued styles - flashy Bay Streeters need not apply. More »

Harry Rosen (Bloor)

Harry Rosen (Bloor)

You know Harry's as the home of high-end menswear - but they'll also build you a luxurious wardrobe staple from scratch (using fabrics from Zegna, Holland & Sherry, and more). Their master tailor, Nello Sansone, has over 40 years in the business under his belt. If you've got $100,000 to burn, they can even add details like fabric woven with your initials. More »

Holt Renfrew Men

Holt Renfrew Men

When Holt's spun off their menswear offerings into a new store last year, centenarian Toronto tailors Walter Beauchamp came along for the ride, moving into a little glass-walled studio on the top floor. Their loyal clients have followed them north to the Mink Mile, drawn by their graceful cuts and subtle styling. More »

Espinosa Master Tailor

Espinosa Master Tailor

Tailor Ricardo Espinosa previously piled his trade making bespoke suits at Stavros and Harry Rosen. Now, he and son Richard preside over their own shop in a Yorkville plaza, where the service is friendly and attentive, whether you're splashing out on a bespoke suit or just getting that Zara blazer altered. More »

Philip Sparks

Philip Sparks

Toronto designer Sparks abandoned his womenswear line last fall - all the more time to focus on his menswear offerings, which hearken back to the dapper tweediness of decades gone by. Stunning fabrics are a draw to the Ossington shop - as is the designer himself, an easygoing guy who you'd be happy to spend a few fitting sessions with. More »

Isaac Ely

Isaac Ely

Located near Finch and Dufferin (on, brilliantly, Champagne Drive), the enthusiastic Ely caters to well-heeled north-end patrons. Though the price tag is fairly high ($3,000 and up), there's no design or style he can't take on - and if you're super busy, this wardrobe doctor makes house calls for fittings. More »

London Bespoke Club

London Bespoke Club

Hidden inside an office building at Richmond and Bay, this shop caters to all ages and dispatches with the stuffy vibe of many tailoring shops. Their suiting starts at just $995. More »

Marlon Durrant

Marlon Durrant

At Durrant's ultra-chill, Rat Pack-worthy studio on Church (think lots of jazz, whiskey and leather-wrapped furniture), bespoke shirting is the main event, with over 20 measurements taken for a single piece. But he'll also whip up a whole suit using the same careful eye. His signature? A red fourth buttonhole. More »

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