Bespoke Two Piece Suit for £599 from Fix2Fit Tailors (60% Off)
- Skilled alterations, bespoke suits, and leather work
- 30 years' experience
- Central location
- Two piece bespoke suit
- Two-three fittings
- Fabric made from wool and cashmere
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Includes 2-3 fitting sessions. Allow up to 8 weeks. Valid on select wool and cashmere fabrics only. Original values verified on 4 May 2012 at 11.33pm.
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After finding himself in a field covered in moth-eaten dinner jackets and surrounded by dejected armchairs, the sofa realised he had been suited and car booted. Get a suit tout suite with today's Groupon: £599 for a two piece bespoke suit from Fix2Fit Tailors.
From the first measurements and the running clatter of sewing machines to countless tailor's tacks and final adjustments, Fix2Fit Tailors makes each garment in-house with close eye on the details at every stage. Alterations and long-distance services are also available, as well as adjustments for tricksy leather numbers.
Customers can have a bespoke wool or cashmere suit made according to their measurements. Attending the first fitting, the tailor will take detailed notes of leg length, waist, chest, and sleeves before putting 30 years' experience to work on making up the suit. Once finished, customers can collect their new two piece and step out with a spring in their dapper step.
fix2fit Tailors suit the score of 5/5 awarded to them by enthusiastic Google users. Reviewers were particularly pleased with the friendly service and the quality of alterations and bespoke items.
I have used many tailors in Manchester and from my experience no one gives better service then [sic] fix2fit. They are very friendly and professional at what they do.
– Jamima, Google, Mar 2012
I went there with 1 jacket and end up visiting them with 5 more jackets within a week. Very friendly excellent service.
– jessica gao, Google, Mar 2012