7 Bespoke Clothiers to Update Your Spring Closet

By the Editors | March 27, 2020 | Style & Beauty

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The showroom at Commonwealth Proper

Just another excuse to do some spring cleaning...

1. Commonwealth Proper

Freshen up your wardrobe with a custom suit, courtesy of this bespoke clothier. Known for creating outfits for some for the city’s most recognizable gentlemen, they won’t disappoint thanks to a plethora of fabrics, fits and styles to choose from. 1839 Chestnut St., 267.319.1741, commonwealthproper.com

2. Damari Savile

Made-to-measure and ready-to-wear suits and accessories designed by Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, and worn by many of Philly’s sports team elite. 709 Walnut St., 267.270.2322, damarisavile.com

3. Ernesto Custom Clothiers

Fine fabrics and skillful tailoring make this suburban favorite a must for those investing in a personalized wardrobe. 237 NJ-70, Cherry Hill, 856.429.2850, ernestocustomclothiers.com

4. Henry A. Davidsen

With a goal to empower menthrough stylish and fitted clothes, owner Brian Lipstein is known for his skilled team’s fashion- forward custom cuts—all measured and made in his showroom since 2006. 1701 Spruce St., 215.310.0219, henrydavidsen.com

5. Robbini Bespoke

The menswear service specializes in handmade suits and tuxedos, all crafted from the finest Italian fabrics. robbini.com

6. Sagets Formal Wear

Get measured for a custom suit just like Eagles Center Jason Kelce—he wore it on his wedding day—at James Buchakjian’s formalwear destination. To date, he’s dressed over 4,000 grooms and their wedding parties. 1248 Township Line Road, Drexel Hill, 610.259.3251, sagets.com

7. Ventresca

Find the perfect bespoke tuxedo for any special occasion at this classic men’s boutique. 145 W. State St., Doylestown, 215.348.3139, ventresca.com



Photography by: Michael Parente