Just a quick poll really to see for those of you who wear suits and shirts for work, who gets their clothes specially tailored as opposed to buying 'off the shelf'.
As for me, since I switched to bespoke tailored suits a couple of years ago I haven't looked back. My favourite suitmaker is Gieves and Hawkes on Savile Row, London, although Kilgour French and Stanbury (again Savile Row) make distinctive suits and I have one of theirs also.
As for shirts I have a mixture of bespoke and ready to wear. I get my bespoke shirts from Turnbull & Asser on Jermyn Street, and off the shelf shirts from Thomas Pink, Hackett, Roderick Charles and TM Lewin. Whilst the T&A shirts are fantastic, they are very pricey and the off the shelf shirts from the other shirtmakers are of a suitably high quality (and English shirts in the Jermyn Street style are the best formal shirts in the world bar none).
Would be interested in hearing from others out there as to your gentleman's wardrobes.