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Our new personalisation service, Tailor Me, is a quick and easy way to get any suit made your way for less. With a wealth of fabric, lining and customisation options available, we’re sure you’ll be able to create a suit that works around you and reflects your personality.
First pick your fabric. There are 90 to choose from including luxurious pure wools and classic checks. You can pick these from the suits you see in-store – or from our fabric selection book that our Suit Experts can show you. So far we’ve seen our customers getting really creative with these, like Taj from The Rakish Gent – who’s opted for a contrasting fabric on his waistcoat from the jacket and trousers.

Ask a Suit Expert in store for the options available and don’t be afraid to break from the norms. After all, it’s your suit and we can make it your way.

Tailor Me is available in all stores now. It’s yours in 30 days for an extra £100. Find out more here.

With 165 years of tailoring expertise under our belt, we’re proud to launch our brand new personalisation service ‘Tailor Me’ available across our UK stores now.
Tailor Me allows you to pick from any suit in-store or an extensive fabric selection book as a starting point, to be tailored to your individual taste. The service is fast; it can be completed during your lunch break - with no appointment needed! 
What’s even better about this new service is be that each suit is individually made to order and ready for collection within 30 days, all for an extra £100 on the base price of the suit.

As you know, we pull upon our 165 Years of Expertise to ensure we make men feel amazing. This also includes knowing how to delve deeper than what men wear and look at how they live their lives. That's why we've called upon the help of Gavin from Richard Ward Hair to help us understand the finer points of men's hair.
Gavin says:

"For shorter hair or those wanting to grow their hair, think about a textured French Crop. Worn at various lengths to suit your own style, it’s low maintenance - just edgier than the usual barbers short back and sides. Hair should be tapered into the neck in a gradual fade, the top and sides left longer and chopped into, texture is key and what will make this look rock." 
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Gavin Hoare is the Manager of a team of 95 staff at Richard Ward Hair and Metrospa, a super salon based in the heart of London’s Chelsea that leads the way in over 170 innovative hair and beauty treatments for men and women. With a career spanning over 35 years there is not a lot he doesn’t know about male grooming, what’s hot and what’s not and how today's men are keeping up with their female contemporaries. There has been a massive evolution in male grooming in recent years and there really should be no uncharted territories for even the blokiest of blokes in this brave new world of male grooming it sometimes helps to have a guide through this expanding frontier.

See more about how we use our 165 Years of Expertise by following #MossBros165 on Twitter and Instagram and make sure you keep up to date with us on Facebook.
We'll make you feel like an individual in your squad. Choose to express yourself and match your own unique style and personality.

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Be free in breaking the rules. We don’t want you to conform to the norms - and certainly not for your Prom. We’ve edited the key stories for this season to make life easy for you.
Monochrome isn't just black and white - by taking a tonal approach to dressing, you'll be sure to be co-ordinated. We’ve used base notes of grey in our geo-print cotton suits, so wear these with crisp white shirts or go your own way by mixing jackets with t-shirts and beanies for a complete look.
Pattern play can be taken as far as you want this season. Go for a lightweight leaf print jacket in trend-forward green, through to loud and proud Hawaiian-inspired print shirts. We'll be wearing our printed shirts under a rich, velvet blazer to keep our style credentials intact at any event over the Summer months.
Colour pops are a sure fire way to get noticed and we have two and three-piece suits in statement colours. In order to keep you on-trend this season, we've got bright teal and rich aubergine - which we're layering with shirts and ties for a break from a rigid, formal look. If you're feeling a little bolder and want to make a style statement, mix the colour pop look with a watermelon or ice cream patterned shirt with to steal the Prom King title.
Follow our #PromSquad campaign on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook or watch our videos now on YouTube.

Meet the Bloggers: Moss Bros. SS16

Tuesday, 19 April 2016
We know that there are plenty of guys out there who are bringing their own individual styles to menswear. We’ve taken our 165 Years of Expertise, channelled our sartorial eye and hand-picked three style mavens that we think work our style really well and let them loose on our SS16 collection.

The one who’s red hot


Gwilym Pugh is one of the hottest male bloggers in the industry – and we’re not talking about his flame-coloured hair. 



As he’s on-the-go 24/7, Gwilym tested out the attributes of our performance suit; its water-resistant and stain-resistant qualities, breathable fabric and crease recovery.


The one who’s got a big head

We’re not being cheeky here, Marcus aka. The Chic Geek really does have a big head. His identity is a closely guarded secret and only a chosen few have seen his real appearance.

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Marcus used our SS16 collections to create his Peacock Geek look. An eclectic style, he knows how to make a statement and he handpicked our statement linings and patterned shirts to complete his look.


The Fashion Forward one

Fashion blogger Mikko Puttonen really knows how to wear a suit. His style is minimalist, but has a way of putting looking at classic style in new ways.

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He’s taken our SS16 collection and put his own unique Finnish spin on it. He layers our Moss London suit with a leather jacket to give it a more urban appearance. He’s also got a stylish alternative way of wearing a tie that we’ve all been trying here in the office.


What’s your favourite look from the guys? Let us know on Twitter.