Mens Tailoring at Cloth Dublin

Mens Tailoring at Cloth Dublin

 

We have a selection of luxury fabrics for your bespoke suiting needs.

You will find British and Italian manufactured wool suiting fabrics in varying weights, Italian cashmeres, wool melton, silks, velvets, Irish tweed, Irish herringbone and superior Irish tailoring linen.

Come and discuss what kind of suit you have in mind. We will guide you towards the right cloth and will put you in touch with one of the tailors we work with.

 
 

Barrister Eamon Power wearing English 120s Wool/Cashmere.

The suit is tailored by CJ Boyne.

Eamon came to us because he needed a tailored made suit made from durable fabric that also looked good. 

He couldn't find a ready made suit even in prestigous shops that were good enough quality.

Eamon also found that with most ready made jackets the sleeves were too short.

We lined the suit in 100% silk to comliment the weight of the 120s wool but also to keep it breathable through out. Both the 120's wool and silk fabrics are from us.

 

 
 
Tailor CJ Boyne and Artist David Mc Dermott getting fitted in his new Irish herringbone wool suit.
 
The Irish herringbone wool is available from us.
 
 

 

The customer requested a traditional Báinín suit.

The Báinín is available from us made by tailor CJ Boyne.

 

 

Colin Atkinson Principal of The Grafrton Fashion & Tailoring Academy.

Colin made his own jacket from our faux astrakhan.

 
 
Head of Costume at the Gate Theatre Dublin James-David Seaver on his wedding day.
 
His Jacket is made from our Irish tweed and beautifully tailored by Andrea Boyle.
 
Andrea Boyle is customers own contact.
 
 
 
Trowback to 2014 Designer & T V Presenter Brendan Courtney getting fitted for a suit by The National Tailoring Academy at Louis Copeland.
 
The suit is made from 100% silk dupion supplied by us.
 
Silk dupion tailors very well and is a poplular suiting fabric for men in warmer climates. It is also very durable.
 
We have one customer that wears silk dupion trousers for bareback riding in the curragh.


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