The process begins with a first consultation where in the comfortable surroundings of our Ribble Valley premises, or in your own home if you prefer, we discuss all the details of what you want from your suit.

Over a coffee we can discuss your personal style preferences and tastes and get inspiration from cloth books and examples of our previous work.


The level of care and incredible quality of the craftsmanship of our bespoke suits is what sets us apart.
You can tell from a distance that our suits are bespoke by the way they fit so naturally and comfortably to the wearer.

Bespoke craftsmanship means we can create a suit for you that is close fitting and yet comfortable. Your look is polished at all times but you enjoy a freedom of movement only bespoke can provide.

Your suit will be made with the traditional layer of horsehair, which is very flexible and moulds easily to the contours of your chest. The floating canvas has many benefits, including greater softness and comfort, a more organic fit, better breathability and increased longevity of the suit.

Our bespoke process means greater flexibility and attention to detail in key areas of the suit. It means, for example, that we achieve greater stretch on the shoulder for easier movement and reach, and the lining is attached in a way that means you move without disturbing the sharp silhouette of your suit.

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Our style at Charles Campbell combines the very best aspects of English and Italian tailoring. We know what works and bring you the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary for a look that is polished yet comfortable.

The beauty of bespoke is that we can create exactly the look and style you want in the most flattering shape for you. We are creating suits to stand the test of time, to be enjoyed for years not seasons.

We take you through every aspect and option to ensure that the result is your perfect suit.

“People always ask me what the trends are, but I’m not a believer in trends. Individuality is more important to me, to stand out and have the confidence to wear something you’re comfortable in – it just happens I’m comfortable wearing a suit.” – David Gandy