Our bespoke tailoring workshop is situated above our shop in Beauly
With our experienced team of tailors and seamstresses specialising in bespoke tweeds, we hand-cut and hand tailor all of our clothing in-house at Campbells of Beauly, ensuring that the highest standards are maintained at every stage. Tweed outlives a suit’s linings and occasionally its owner….with care, and good craftsmanship a suit can last forever.
Campbell’s make all our bespoke garments by hand in our own workshop on-site. Every order that we take is individually measured to the client, one of the very few tailors in Scotland offering this bespoke process and service bespoke.
As holder of HM the Queen’s Royal Warrant for tailoring, Campbell’s specialise in tweed suits, and have a rich history in tailoring the estate tweed jackets and plus fours of many a sporting estate. Situated above our shop in Beauly, our bespoke tailoring workshop team have been handcrafting our Campbell’s wears since 1858.
Selecting the fabric is the first step in creating your own bespoke suit. Campbell’s are tweed mercers, and therefore we have hundreds of tweeds to select from in order to find your perfect tweed.
Campbell’s bespoke garments require all measures of our customers to be taken, thus ensuring a fully individual suit taking into account every characteristic. The Campbell’s shooting suit cut is more roomy than a city suit, thus ensuring the freedom and movement required for a day on the hill. However, when making orders for non sporting purposes, our cut is altered appropriately to offer a slimmer silhouette.
Campbell’s will take into account our customers specific styling requirements for their tailoring order. Our team will be on hand to give advice and direction on the many variations to consider.
As befits the bespoke process, our tailoring orders will require a fitting to ensure that during the tailoring process, the garment is fitted onto the customer before completion to ensure any amendments are made along the way.