Tailor & Co Sydney is a boutique custom tailoring store, offering tailor made suits, shirts, overcoats, as well as most of your tailor made needs, complemented by the hand crafted accessories.Tailor & Co fixate on the craftsmanship and fabrics, offering custom made pieces, tailored to the individual needs. Each garment is made bespoke to your specifications, whether it is the design of the suit or being more creative and designing the lining its self. Each person will have their own predicated "pattern" on record.
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Based in Sydney’s North West business precinct – Bella Vista. Tailor & Co Sydney aims to be your personal tailor throughout the seasons, regardless of the occasion. Be it a quintessential business suit, a new look for the races or a groom suit to look your very best on your special day, we look to offer you something more than your typical "made to measure".

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TAILOR & CO. SYDNEY, IN THE LIGHTS

May 26, 2016

Richard Roxburgh as "Rake" is back for the new season, airing on the ABC, wearing a custom designed TAILOR & CO. SYDNEY suit.  For any enquiries please email - bespoke@tailorandco.com.au Details on the new season of "Rake" http://www.memorabletv.com/previews/richard-roxburgh-rake-back-abc-1-premieres-19-may/ Continue Reading →

Caring For Your Suit

May 16, 2016

A well looked after suit will last a long time. For complete satisfaction follow these basic care instructions to preserve your suit's longevity. Pockets, lapels and columns should be brushed frequently to remove dirt. Stains should be blotted immediately not rubbed. Creased garments recover well in a humid environment. Hang them somewhere damp and warm, such as a bathroom, or vaporize them lightly with water. After use, allow your suit to rest; wearing the same suit for two days in succession can cause damage to the fibres. To help maintain the shape of your suit always hang your jacket on an appropriate hanger that supports the shoulders and always hang your trousers vertically. Avoid placing items in your pockets as... Continue Reading →

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