Firstly a brief history, established in the early seventies, by Mr.Danny in Pattaya's famous walking street, Lord's Tailor and have served customers from countries all around the world, and our satisfaction comes not only from crafting fine clothes, but also in maintaining contact with clients who have become close friends through repeated visits. Today we are working from our only store in the heart of Bangkok tourist area on the famous Sukhumvit road, right under the Asoke BTS Sky train station, along with Mr.Danny, Mr.Anan are continuing the tradition of delivering " a suit that open doors and close deals…"
With a tradition in fine tailoring for over 30 years, Lord's Tailor, has been catering to the sartorial needs of aristocracy and businessmen worldwide. Our Master craftsmen are trained in the hallowed style of Bespoke tailoring for many generations. Lord's Tailor continues to adhere to the time honored traditions of tailoring originally practiced by our founder.
By limiting production to 20 suits a day, we ensure that every suit receives the same level of attention that it has for the last 30 years. When you don a Lord's Tailor suit, you become not only a member of an exclusive club of people who value quality but also part of our history. We also established a system that you can design and creat your own garments on the computer panel with just a few clicks without coming to the shop. you can try it now by clicking on Creat your Garment
One of the first things you may notice when looking at a Lord's suit is the softness and quality of the fabric. Only the finest natural fibers such as Super 100s to 180s wools, cashmere and linen are used. This allows us to construct a suit that is unsurpassed in comfort. These high quality materials drape better, are more resistant to temperature and humidity and will resist creasing.
Lord's Tailor uses the finest canvas for interlinings. Comprised of goat hair, this is an exclusive light-weight construction that adds lasting shape and body to the coat front without the heavy stiffness of the lesser quality 'fused' canvas used in most suits.
Lord's Tailor suits are lined with Bemberg or pure silk. Neither will fade nor shrink and both offer unsurpassed quality and comfort.
All sewing operations are accomplished with the finest silk thread. Silk provides strength, elasticity, and "memory" (it returns to its original length after being stretched) plus reliable color brilliance and fastness. Finally this holds up better against the constant stress of daily wear, dry cleaning and pressing.
A Lord's Tailor suit is the result of many hours of expert craftsmanship. Every part of the construction is carried out the old fashioned way – by hand from the cutting of the cloth to the stitching of the final button hole. Every suit carries over 20,000 individual stitches by hand – creating its unique structure. Our precious heritage is based on experience in knowing how to touch fabric, evaluate its drape and knowing how to translate this into a suit. With a tradition of over 90 years of highly skilled tailoring, the final product is a suit of unsurpassed fit, comfort and quality.
This gives the jacket its shape and structure. Using only the finest materials, jackets are constructed using a 'full' canvas. The canvas and outer fabric are molded in the form of the wearer and basted before being sewn in place with minute skill stitches. This is called a 'floating' canvas and allows the jacket to move with its wearer. Normal jackets typically employ a cheaper 'fused' half canvas method of construction.
The 'roll' on the lapels easily identifies Lord's Tailor jackets. Calling for a high level of craftsmanship each lapel has literally thousands of stitches that hold it in place and create the perfect roll.
Lord's Tailor suits are recognized by the high quality workmanship and the details in the garments.
Button Holes: The result of high quality craftsmanship, all Lord's tailor jacket button holes are painstakingly sewn by hand using the finest silk thread to create durability and a silky feel.
Pockets: Whether it's a simple besom or the traditional 'ticket' pocket, allLord's Tailor pockets are identified through the crescent shaped stitching on either side. This serves to reinforce the seams and prevents the mouths from 'gaping' when heavy objects are placed in them.
Shields: Jackets come with underarm shields and trousers come lined and with a crotch guard – details found in only the finest suits