“Voted one of the best Savile Row Tailors 2021 “While respectful of Savile Row, Alexandra Wood prides itself on its open-mindedness.”
”Her bespoke pieces have been worn by politicians, actors and film directors. This success has been hard won and thanks to 13 years experience.”
”How does a woman build that unshakeable belief, you might ask. By knowing exactly what she is bringing to the industry is the answer. For Alexandra, this was the understanding that, as a woman, she had a completely different perspective on tailoring than a man might.”
”After starting her career in womenswear, Alexandra quickly found she had a hidden talent for mens tailoring.”
“Wood is leading a revolution on the street synonymous with suits by being a woman taking tailoring to the next level.”
Cloud Magazine, Private jet lifestyle magazine
a Savile Row suit is infinitely more than a gorgeous item of clothing that fits like a second skin. A Savile Row suit is a mood-enhancing drug. Here is the finest bespoke tailoring on the planet and it changes everything: the way you look at the world; the way the world looks at you; the way you walk and think, your confidence.
The epitaphs to dressing up may prove premature, for there is a transformative power in “your best”. The clothes I own from Alexandra Wood of Savile Row feel like a uniform designed to let me live my life.
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“How does a woman build that unshakeable belief, you might ask. By knowing exactly what she is bringing to the industry is the answer. For Alexandra, this was the understanding that, as a woman, she had a completely different perspective on tailoring than a man might: “My clients actually like the fact that I’m a woman as I come at the tailoring from a completely different viewpoint. Many men love the fact that I can offer a female eye and that I can help them create a look that their wife or girlfriend might appreciate.”
Forbes, Bianca Barratt
Alexandra has been a regular fixture in the fashion press – featuring in titles such as Forbes, The Sunday Times Style, and The Guardian.
Which is all to say, we’re rather pleased to announce that Alexandra is Square Mile’s new style shrink.
Looking for a bespoke suit made exactly the way you want it? Since 2007, that has been Alexandra Wood’s mission: to find out what the customer wants, and build upon it. The store is favoured by tailoring first-timers, who note the expertise and friendliness of the staff. While respectful of Savile Row, Alexandra Wood prides itself on its open-mindedness. Your sense of shame and guilt for wanting a bright pink suit? You can leave it at the door.
What to expect: Whatever you want, with no judgment.
“With a sleek polish that is more House of Cards than Houses of Parliament, Umunna has brought the sartorial flair of a new generation of British men to politics. His bespoke suits are made on Savile Row- and by one of its first female tailors, Alexandra Wood.” Jess Cartner-Morley, fashion editor, theGuardian.GQ says: The Guardian referred to the MP for Streatham and shadow business secretary until September 2015 as the “*GQ *man” and we’re happy to take that as a compliment.
Alexandra created Rupert two seperate looks for both The Cannes Film festival and for the BAFTA’s. For Cannes, Alexandra designed a bespoke, rich orange two piece suit with a crisp, white open necked shirt. For The BAFTA’s Alexandra created a chic, black tie look with a rich, burgundy smoking jacket.
And while being overly image-conscious is frowned upon, many voters instinctively associate smartness with seriousness. ‘My view of tailoring is that it shows a level of respect to the work you’re doing and the people you’re meeting with’, says Alexandra Wood, the Savile Row tailor behind the famously well-dressed Labour-turned-Change UK MP Chuka Umunna’s bespoke suits”
Alexandra was asked by CEO magazine to outline the most important elements to a tailored suit.
From a crisp, sharp silhouette to a design that works exclusively to you, Alexandra’s bespoke tailoring takes her clients images to another level, making them look ‘more’ than they knew possible.
CEO Magazine, Chrissie McClatchie
Alexandra launched a collaboration collection with renowned blogger The Grey Fox which featured in The Resident Magazine, Mayfair.
The Resident Magazine, Bethan Andrews
“Usually I’d rather I was under anaesthetic when being measured. However, Alexandra made the entire process fun and painless.”
Rory Bremner, Guardian
Alexandra was asked to offer her expertise to The Luxury Chapter magazine on how men can successfully transition their style from Autumn to Spring.
The Luxury Chapter Magazine
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