Each piece created by Kerry is a distinctive and inimitable original, and in the true spirit of bespoke tailoring, there’s no prescriptive ‘house-style’ at Goodrich. Kerry has earned a reputation for innovation, which has been described as ‘bespoke with a twist’ – using unusual cuts and unique fabric combinations, but she’s equally comfortable working with clients who may have more conservative tastes.

Gentlemen, impress those around you with your very own bespoke suit perfectly fitted to you, making you look your best. As well as dressing in comfort you will be well dressed for any occasion.

No matter what your bespoke needs are, Kerry can make you the ideal suit. Many men are opting for a classic business suit and a striking lining that no one else need know about — shhhh. Or possibly a fresh, designer style work suit with special bespoke touches is right for you. Dare to be different by taking a standard suit silhouette and making your own twist because, lets face it, business attire is no longer bound by the strict workplace uniform expectations there used to be. It’s time to express your own style with quality tailoring, you deserve it.

Wedding suits can be traditional mourning coats and trousers, a classic suit with a bit of flair that’ll see you through long after the ceremony or perhaps a tweed suit, evening suit or alternative style to break away from the pack, making your day extra special and bespoke. Nothing beats having a suit that fits you perfectly so you will look your absolute best.

Individual pieces such as blazers, jackets, trousers and waistcoats will be tailored to your precise styling and fit specifications, in the materials you’ve chosen from the many samples we have in stock. There are plenty of high quality cloths available to choose from in all price brackets.

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“What a stunning costume… This lady is a real artist.”

Graham Swannell