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Cad & The Dandy Full Bespoke Advice.

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by DoctorRN, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. DoctorRN

    DoctorRN Member

    Jan 19, 2013
    Hi, I would be grateful for some advice from people who have used C&D before. I am intrigued by what they offer and am considering making an appointment. They say that they offer a full bespoke service with individual patterns, multiple fittings and hand padded fully floating canvas. On Wikipedia, a claim is made that the suit is constructed to the standards laid out by the Savile Row Bespoke Association. Has anyone got any personal experience of this service that they would be willing to share? I would be interested to know if anyone is able to compare them to the likes of Graham Browne?

    Secondly, if I do decide to go with them, does anyone have any recommendations as to which person to make an appointment with? Previous threads have mentioned John DeBoise but he no longer appears to be listed for appointments. I am of the view that the most important aspect of bespoke is who is doing the measurements, drawing the pattern, cutting the fabric and doing the fittings. It would be nice to have someone who has a traditional SR background rather than a salesman.

    Many thanks

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