A Suit That Fits has only been in the market for few years but its already climbed several steps up the ladder. The two year-old firm is on track to sell £2m worth of garments this year, generating a pre-tax profit of £200,000. Using a team of 70 experienced tailors in Nepal, A Suit That Fits will deliver a custom-made suit for as little as £150 within eight weeks. The more you pay, the more you get as each suit is made to order. “The average spend is £275,” said Bennett. “That’s 10pc of the price you’d pay in Savile Row.”
When Bennett and co-founder David Hathiramani created A Suit That Fits, they added a strong element of corporate responsibility. The firm financially supports a Nepalese school and pays 50pc over the going rate to those Nepal tailors who have come to rely on the company for their livelihood.The business has three fixed London locations and one in Bristol with many roaming tailors.