Bespoke Tailors in the City of London

What our customers say:
"Paul is both an extraordinarily skilled and creative tailor and a thorough, careful businessman. Eveleigh & Read does beautiful work, and anyone seeking a visiting tailor for business, formal or casualwear cannot go wrong with Paul."
Partner at Linklaters, client since 2005
"I use Paul for all my suit and shirt production. The quality, attention to detail and customer service is excellent. I am very happy to recommend Paul"
Managing Director at HSBC, client since 2009
"The tailored suit from Paul is one of my favourites. I love wearing it and it fits really well. Paul's service was personal, prompt and he listened to what I wanted and delivered to expectations!"
Partner at Ernst & Young, client since 2009

Eveleigh & Read are bespoke tailors located on the borders of Old Spitalfields Market and the City of London.  Established since 2006, our head tailor Paul Read and his team offer a personalised service either from our modern showroom or through our visiting service in the convenience of your office or home.

We take great pride in offering a vast selection of luxurious Italian and English cloths, combined with a flexible approach to cut and style.

At your first fitting our expert tailors will listen carefully to your preferences, assist in cloth selection and suit styling and take up to twenty-two measurements, which are all noted in your personal record and stored for future reference.

Our customers use us to make suits and shirts for the office and casual wear to their own specification, as well as attire for those special occasions such as weddings or gala dinners.

Some of the more unique garments we have made include a 1930s-style chaffeur's jacket, a college boating jacket for Henley, White Tie, livery coats for horse-carriage driving and at least one canary yellow two-piece suit.

Contact us to discuss how we can help you.


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020 7650 7908

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