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Just been onto the Savile Row website and bought a few suits for my hubby, was AMAZED to see them only £200 each in their sale, they were £450, less than half price.

Bargain seeing as you can pay £200 in next for a suit.

They have loads of ties to in their sale.
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#1
only a few jackets left in stock but no trousers to match!:x
#2
Vitually no stock available in any sizes. Where there are trousers available, no jackets are left.

In theory a hot deal, in practice not possible in most styles or sizes.
#3
only seem to be big sizes left, and lots have sold out
#4
Hiya,

I've edited the listing to the other BARGAIN suits, there are LOADS in stock and reduced to £200 from £450, still an ABSOLUTE BARGAIN.
#5
Try Asda or Matalan
#6
There's a lot of other stuff at cracking prices e.g. shirts were £75 now £12.50 and cord trousers (hem set to your size) down from £70 to £29 - good deal.
#7
Loads of suits there - might order one myself, was going to go looking at the weekend......
#8
Hughsee;1551629
Try Asda or Matalan

PMSL, the perfect substitute for a Saville Row suit. Bit like saying try a Hyundai instead of a Bentley.
#9
Hughsee
Try Asda or Matalan


Not being funny, but don't think you can compare suits from Matalan or Asda to Savile Row suits!! But thanks for the comment.
:?
#10
I'm sure they really are a great deal considering the quality and craftsmanship but...
I always thought the whole point of buying from Saville Row was that they were made to measure so everyone had the perfect fit?

Surely Marks also have wonderful quality suits for a bit less than £200.

I'm probably completely wrong and living in the old days.
#11
andreahh24
I'm sure they really are a great deal considering the quality and craftsmanship but...
I always thought the whole point of buying from Saville Row was that they were made to measure so everyone had the perfect fit?

Surely Marks also have wonderful quality suits for a bit less than £200.

I'm probably completely wrong and living in the old days.


I get your point, when you order off their website you can pretty much choose any leg length of trouser you like, and i know a decent suit in M&S would set you back at least £200, so i'd much rather the Savil Row quality.
#12
The best thing to do is to get a few tailor made suits made up if you ever go on holiday to places like Sri Lanka or Hong Kong. They're about £60 each and almost worth a trip alone for.
#13
Worth pointing out that Savile Row is the name of a street in London which contains several high-quality tailors shops which would certainly make a bespoke suit. This company has just taken the name Savile Row - but they don't make bespoke, it's off-the-peg stuff. As they say themselves:

We moved our manufacturing over to Northern Ireland and enjoyed even greater success, continuing to supply large, countrywide chain stores, independent retailers as well as individual firms established and operating on Savile Row.

So they're not some exclusive designer, you can get them all over the place. Quality is no better than M&S. You can get Savile Row stuff in TK Maxx. :)
#14
£200 for a suit!

You are having a laugh right?
#15
lynz412
Not being funny, but don't think you can compare suits from Matalan or Asda to Savile Row suits!! But thanks for the comment.
:?

I don't know really...I think expensive clothes are a bit like fine wines and bottled water. Some people seem adamant there is a difference. But personally a bottle of £3.50 Red from Tesco is just as good as any.
I bought a suit from Matalan in the sales for £40, and it's perfectly adequate from my needs.

When you think about it. How can Savile Row charge £200 (£450), when Matalan can produce and sell a suit for £40. Both have the same amount of work involved - cutting, stitching sewing etc. So all you're paying for is the name (so you can tell all your friends you have a Savile Row suit?) and the fact it's made to measure (because you're an odd size?). Also, Savile Row aren't going to give these suits away...even at £200 they're still making a profit - think about it.
The Matalan one brings work and jobs to needy third/second world developing countries which can only be a good thing.
OK, so I'm playing devils advocate a bit, and I know how good Savile Row suits are...but when you think about it, are they really worth £200, let alone £450?
#16
Just a real shame they do the extra long lengths us tall people
#17
Hi all, i recently ordered a shirt from them (2 weeks ago) and it has still not been sent even though it was meant to be in stock. after I ordered it i then went on to check the company out (not the most sensible way of doing things i admit!!) and found a few reviews mentioning the quality and admin issues people have experienced. this is definately not an exclusive london taylors and more like the officers club!!! :whistling:
#18
This is a good deal sadly they are all a bit dated for my tastes on this site. Always on the look out for a good quality suit, chain stores high street stuff is so poor these days.
#19
Thanks for the update Steve.lb. I thought they appeared a little shoddy.
#20
This compnay looks a bit suspect,these are not from Saville Row in london...just some company trying to make cash off the name,I wouldn't touch them with a barge pole
#21
boothy;1551870
This compnay looks a bit suspect,these are not from Saville Row in london...just some company trying to make cash off the name,I wouldn't touch them with a barge pole


Their offices are based on Savile Row, but as they say themselves, the clothes are made in factories in Northern Ireland.
#22
lol - Looked into this myself.

It is definitely NOT saville row London - cheap **** thats cashing in on the name !!
#23
BristolDeal;1551744
Worth pointing out that Savile Row is the name of a street in London which contains several high-quality tailors shops which would certainly make a bespoke suit. This company has just taken the name Savile Row - but they don't make bespoke, it's off-the-peg stuff. As they say themselves:

We moved our manufacturing over to Northern Ireland and enjoyed even greater success, continuing to supply large, countrywide chain stores, independent retailers as well as individual firms established and operating on Savile Row.

So they're not some exclusive designer, you can get them all over the place. Quality is no better than M&S. You can get Savile Row stuff in TK Maxx. :)

Very good point....You can't buy a suit off the internet and expect it hang correctly/to the way you like it.
Again..the shops name is Saville Row Co. It could easily be in Manchester (I know it isn't) and produce the same quality suits. After a bit of research last year- Saville Row bespoke suits range anywhere from £500-£2000, so I doubt these suits are anywhere near the same quality.
#24
i bought a few of the shirts when the deal was posted 1-2 weeks ago. the prices were something like £60 reduced to £20.

but the shirts are no way worth £60. the material is ok, nothing special, and the cut isn't great either. but, for £20 a shirt, you can't go wrong.

for £200 a suit, you can.


ed: they have a flaghship store based on saville row, which i have no doubt will offer quality goods. but their online store leaves a little to be desired.
#25
Surely you would need to try a suit on before you buy it. No matter how good the material or the workmanship, if it’s uncomfortable or it doesn’t look right, you don’t want it.
#26
There was a programme on BBC the other night about Savile Row. Apparently a bespoke suit from a proper Savile Row tailor will cost at least £2500 and probably a lot more. This company is just a bog-standard mass-producer of suits, certainly not worthy to use the Savile Row name.
#27
Simulacra
I don't know really...I think expensive clothes are a bit like fine wines and bottled water. Some people seem adamant there is a difference. But personally a bottle of £3.50 Red from Tesco is just as good as any.
I bought a suit from Matalan in the sales for £40, and it's perfectly adequate from my needs.

When you think about it. How can Savile Row charge £200 (£450), when Matalan can produce and sell a suit for £40. Both have the same amount of work involved - cutting, stitching sewing etc. So all you're paying for is the name (so you can tell all your friends you have a Savile Row suit?) and the fact it's made to measure (because you're an odd size?). Also, Savile Row aren't going to give these suits away...even at £200 they're still making a profit - think about it.
The Matalan one brings work and jobs to needy third/second world developing countries which can only be a good thing.
OK, so I'm playing devils advocate a bit, and I know how good Savile Row suits are...but when you think about it, are they really worth £200, let alone £450?



You serious? Really serious?

How about:

a) Quality of materials. Cloth is not just cloth. You get pretty much what you pay for here.
b) Quality of workmanship - stitching and thread used is not the same from Asda to Matalan to bespoke. You want something that will not fall apart or lose its shape, then you have to pay for it.
c) Cutting is a skill. Machines can only go so far.

That's not to say that Saville Row is necessarily worth the full £200, but comparing it to the likes of Matalan is more than pushing it.

You may as well have said that a pack of McCain's oven chips is the same as a 3 star restaurant meal - after all it's only food and it's all cooked.
#28
I have previosuly bought shirts rom this company and they are Ok but nothign special.

If you are looking to buy at this price level (i.e. middle of the road) I would suggest TM Lewin or Charles Tyrwhitt whose shirts, ties and the like really would justify the £50-60 price tag (and say £500 for a suit) but you can get their shirts for £25 and suits for £250 in the fairly regulat sales.
#29
jkgray

If you are looking to buy at this price level (i.e. middle of the road) I would suggest TM Lewin


agreed.

Just don't pay sticker price for their clothes, the "sale" whic to my knowledge has been going on for about 7 years, offers suits for around 250. there u can try it on, check the fit, and get alterations made if necessary.
#30
These suits are seriously over-priced at £200. Don't be drawn in by the fact that the company is called Saville Row, the suit you buy hasn't been anywhere near Saville Row, it's like buying a whisky from a company called "Orkney" that is made in Poland. You are buying based on the pretence that is made in a street full of world-class tailors which it isn't.

If you were going to spend £200 on a suit, I would go to Mark and Spencers instead.
banned#31
I bought some Saville Row "semi-formal" shirts in TKMaxx before Christmas. £18 each I think. They are OK. I would say Next shirts are better quality though. Next shirts definitely wash better with less wrinkles.
#32
RedOnRed
PMSL, the perfect substitute for a Saville Row suit. Bit like saying try a Hyundai instead of a Bentley.


This company isn't based in London let alone Savile Row!
#33
thanks for whoever posted this today as the comments have promted me to cancel my long overdue order with them for some shirts i had ordered. you have saved me money in a way so seriosuly, thanks for the post. goods appear to be pretty shoddy but somewhere out there a charity shop has missed out on some new stock from me :thumbsup:
#34
If you want shirts then the best deals are to be had at TKMaxx. They stock shirts made by Saville Row tailors and also Italian brands. I used to buy my shirts from Charles Tyrwhitt and you can get 50% off codes all year round with them. Their shirts are very good. But I didn't like not being able to try them on and feel them first because they use a wide variety of cotton weights in different varieties of shirt. So sometimes you get really heavy shirts and sometimes you don't. at TKMaxx you can try on a £100 shirt and it you like it but the arm length is slightly too long then you can take it to your nearest tailors and get the arm shortened for a tenner. My last purchase was £30 on a £120 shirt (that really is a £120 shirt!) plus a tenner on tailoring.

Charles Tyrwhitt and their 50% off code is a good place to get quality suits that are made of Merino wool. If you go to Thailand then do some research before hand. The best quality tailors there will make you tailored cashmere suits for less than £100.
#35
carleast;1552277
If you want shirts then the best deals are to be had at TKMaxx. They stock shirts made by Saville Row tailors and also Italian brands. I used to buy my shirts from Charles Tyrwhitt and you can get 50% off codes all year round with them. Their shirts are very good. But I didn't like not being able to try them on and feel them first because they use a wide variety of cotton weights in different varieties of shirt. So sometimes you get really heavy shirts and sometimes you don't. at TKMaxx you can try on a £100 shirt and it you like it but the arm length is slightly too long then you can take it to your nearest tailors and get the arm shortened for a tenner. My last purchase was £30 on a £120 shirt (that really is a £120 shirt!) plus a tenner on tailoring.

On those points I would only question whether you believe TK Maxx's stated RRP. It might be what the originating company thinks they're worth, but that doesn't mean that's what they've been sold for elsewhere. A CD that HMV sell for £10 will usually have an RRP from the record company of £16. Similarly, a shirt with an RRP of £120 could easily have been sold for £50 somewhere else before TK Maxx knock another £20 off. Again, it's all marketing.

Plus these Italian brands are just as likely to be on a par with 'Savile Row' anyway - you can stick an Italian sounding name on anything.:-D
#36
BristolDeal
On those points I would only question whether you believe TK Maxx's stated RRP. It might be what the originating company thinks they're worth, but that doesn't mean that's what they've been sold for elsewhere. A CD that HMV sell for £10 will usually have an RRP from the record company of £16. Similarly, a shirt with an RRP of £120 could easily have been sold for £50 somewhere else before TK Maxx knock another £20 off. Again, it's all marketing.

Plus these Italian brands are just as likely to be on a par with 'Savile Row' anyway - you can stick an Italian sounding name on anything.:-D


OMG i used to love Viennetta's as well - oh well back to arctic rolls for me then :w00t:
#37
For £200 you can have a very nice suite MADE FOR YOU>

Try [url]www.asuitthatfits.com[/url]

No I don't work for them - if you think £200 is a lot to spend on a suit, then don't bother looking !

If on the other hand you'd like to add your own styling [pockets, ticket pockets, number of buttons, choice of cloth, size of trouser ending, flat fronted or pleated etc etc] and want a suit that will still look good 3 or 4 years in, then this could be your answer.
#38
steve.lb;1552809
OMG i used to love Viennetta's as well - oh well back to arctic rolls for me then :w00t:


I hope you realise they're not from the Arctic! (Although it does get cold in Scunthorpe, apparently.)

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