A perfectly fitted suit jacket, pants that aren’t too baggy or too skinny, custom lining, and a personalized monogram: These are a few of the details that make a custom suit unique. Tailor Cooperative in Salt Lake City specializes in just that. The cooperative began with two Utah locals, Adam Malmborg and Chase Murdock, and their love of well-made suits. They wanted to take the stress out of shopping and bring the experience of custom-made clothing to Salt Lake. You’ll feel like a rock star wearing a handcrafted suit, personalized head-to-toe, on your wedding day.
Made of 100 percent Merino wool, this densely woven fabric in Sangiovese is a fun option for winter or spring. Choose the suit color, weave, material, and feel, customizing the most comfortable fabric for you.
Keep the inside as beautiful as the outside. Choose a custom blue-and-white nautical lining such as this, a pop of color, or a pattern that speaks to you. For a monogram label, embroider your name, or keep a secret note between the two of you. Beneath the lining, you’ll find hand-sewn canvassing, which holds the shape of a suit, forming to your body over time.
Functional buttonhole sleeves with a white-threaded accent hole (the accent hole is often a clear indication of a great custom suit). You can customize the number of buttonholes, shape, thread color, and spacing between each buttonhole.
Matching local DAZI floral-print tie. With numerous patterns and a variety of skinny ties and bow ties to choose from, you’re bound to find the right necktie to complement your custom suit.
Handmade, polished calf leather shoes with double monk straps. Each shoe is handmade in Spain and can be customized “from the laces to the leather,” Malmborg says.