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Every man deserves a fine suit in his closet and to do that you need the right names in the sartorial game. Sydney, you’re up. We’ve pulled together some of this city’s best tailors and suit stores to suit any budget and occasion.

Whether it’s for work, a wedding or you just want to look damn stylish every other day, these are the best Sydney suit stores you need to hit up.

M.J. Bale

Shop 30, 455 George Street, Sydney CBD

M.J. Bale is one of Australia’s most innovative suit makers with a clear focus on construction, versatility and feel. The label boasts numerous stores across the city so finding one shouldn’t be too hard. More importantly though, M.J. Bale offers some of the finest suits available on the market through its use of Australian merino wool which is sent to Italy for milling and Japan for final construction.

Suit types: Off the peg / Made-to-measure

Suitsupply Sydney

5 Martin Place, Shop T3, Sydney

Sydney’s Martin Place recently welcomed a brand new international player to the local suiting scene. Suitsupply has long been Amsterdam’s answer for providing high-quality suiting at the most attractive prices imaginable.

It helps that the company is vertically integrated too so customers are guaranteed a nice balance of value and quality. The brand uses fabrics sourced from Italian mills such as Vitale Barberis Canonico and Reda before carrying out construction in China.

Suit types: Off the peg


Level 1, Shop 79, The Strand Arcade, Pitt Street Mall

Established in 1998, Farage was one of the first stores that really pushed the boundaries of sartorial style and craftsmanship in Australia. Their dedication to producing high quality menswear hasn’t waned since. Farage specialises in classic tailored suits and shirting so it’s a must for anyone looking for shirts that follow a more traditional style with a subtle modern twist.

Suit types: Off the peg / Made-to-measure

Brooks Brothers

Shop 2, 44 Martin Place Sydney

Brooks Brothers are one of the principal architects of preppy suit style. they’re also one of the few brands left that still offer an authentic oxford button-down that doesn’t come from a sweatshop. Their collection covers everything from classic suiting to more casual wear reflective of contemporary Americana. Made in America lives on at Brooks Brothers.

Suit types: Off the peg


4024/188 Pitt St, Sydney, Westfield Sydney

Whilst menswear is their primary game, Australian label Calibre continues to dabble in suiting with some surprising results. Modern cuts, fresh detailing, seasonal looks and a very accessible price point has allowed Calibre to flourish in the home market. Their stores are also located across Sydney so finding one shouldn’t be an issue.

Suit types: Off the peg

Henry Bucks

23-25 O’Connell Street, Sydney CBD

Henry Bucks have been creating suits for Sydney’s distinguished gentlemen since 1999. Their CBD store is a one-stop shop for quality suiting, trousers, shirts, knitwear, jackets and more. Whilst we do endorse the ideal of owning a suit, Henry Bucks also has a suit hiring service alongside a host of other brands like Bogliolo, Canali, Richard James, Kent & Curwen, Isaia and Eton.

Suit types: Off the peg


4057/8/500 Oxford St, Westfield Bondi Junction

David Reiss pioneered design-led menswear in 1971 and it has formed the backbone of the name today. Their pieces offer innovation, quality, detail and value whilst the brand is known for its modern takes on classic, casual & formal designs for men. If it’s any indication of their work, their pieces can often be found on celebrities and fashion influencers.

Suit types: Off the peg


Queen Victoria Building, CBD

Modern British tailoring meets ultimate affordability at Topman. Whilst their suits might not match the range that some other bespoke boutiques offer, it’s the value and look that wins here. Topman offer an in-house alterations service to ensure your off-the-rack suits fit as snug as possible. There’s also endless ways to customise and layer your suit thanks to all of the other Topman pieces under the same roof.

Suit types: Off the peg


Pitt St & Market Street, Westfield CBD

Similar to Topman, Zara offers a similar style of affordable suiting for men in Sydney. It’s an off-the-rack affair here but a bit more grown up with more mature tones and sleeker detailing without the big ticket pricing. They also have various stores across Sydney to make shopping a breeze.

Suit types: Off the peg


Mr. A Taylor

Taylor by name, tailor by nature. And with that Sydney has access to one of the newest talents on the made-to-measure scene. Mr. A Taylor follows the ways of traditional Neapolitan suiting that’s designed in Australia and proudly handcrafted in Italy. The fabrics from Mr. A Taylor are sourced from mills in the U.K and Europe and include names Holland & Sherry, Dormeuil, Reda and Ermenegildo Zegna. Each fabric is then cut by hand, sewn by hand and fitted by hand. Mr. A Taylor is a mobile service based in Bondi but he also services Australia’s major cities.

Suit types: Made to measure

G A Zink & Sons

56 Oxford St, Darlinghurst

One of the earliest established tailors in Sydney, G A Zink & Sons are a made-to-measure shop producing high end suiting for the most discerning suit fiend. They’re located in Darlinghurst and specialise in creating the perfect suit for the man looking for the more dignified or muted suit. It’s not cheap, but well worth a visit to see what money can buy.

Suit types: Made to measure

Oscar Hunt

2/73 York St, Sydney CBD

Located in Sydney’s CBD in a stunning showroom, Oscar Hunt is the perfect place to sort out your made-to-measure business needs with ease and convenience.

The friendly fitters here work with clients to understand their unique requirements before guiding them through various styles, design options and finishings details. All of this takes place in the comfort of the Oscar Hunt first fitting room over a couple of drinks from the bar.

Suit types: Made to measure

Crane Brothers

410/350 George St, Sydney CBD

No visit to Sydney would be complete without dropping in to visit the New Zealand-born Crane Brothers. Founded by former Zambesi menswear designer Murray Crane, Crane Brothers offers a fine selection of handmade menswear with a strong focus on suiting, both ready-to-wear and made-to-measure. In addition to suits, you can find their high quality New Zealand-made shirts alongside impeccable service. You’ll find them on George Street but by appointment only.

Suit types: Made to measure

The Bespoke Corner

Shop 1, 55 Regent Street, Paddington

As their name suggests, The Bespoke Corner allows men to build a custom suit entirely from scratch. Headed by Miles Wharton and his business partner, the stylish duo pride themselves on offering the most comprehensive tailoring service in Australia so that the final result is more a statement piece than just another daily suit. Every booking appointment is free and your assigned tailor takes ample time to sit down, chat and understand your needs before delivering a suit with your name on it.

Suit types: Made to measure


Shop 1/3 Sussex Street, Barangaroo

Belance offers customers free reigning design when it comes to contemporary made-to-measure suiting. Of course that doesn’t mean you won’t get the help you need here. Their new store in Barangaroo can advise men on style and fit choices throughout the process whilst guiding them through their aesthetic preferences. The three-step process is also simple with consultation, measure-up and design, and fitting before the final product lands in your hands.

Suit types: Made to measure

P. Johnson Tailors

7 Walker Lane, Sydney CBD

The P. Johnson name is renowned across Australia’s suiting scene. As one of the first tailors to bring modern Italian style back into the fold, P. Johnson has been able to cultivate a bold new movement of dappered-up gentlemen who know a thing or two about sprezzatura styling. Their made to measure suits aren’t cheap but it is premium stuff from start to finish to ensure your finished suit is the only one in town.

Suit types: Made to measure

Suit Shop

412-414 George St, Sydney CBD

Suit Shop is the sister brand to P.Johnson. The idea behind it is to offer the same level of suit detailing and style without the big ticket price. As such, their suits are made in China but everything else from fabric selection to knowledge to service is pure P.Johnson.

Suit Shop’s made-to-measure suits go for less than ,000 and there’s plenty of options to choose from with lapels, pocket styles and cloths.

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