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Client Stories

Every garment is designed just for you! Read about how Richard Bennett has handcrafted solutions for these clients to see how the right fit looks and feels great.

Happy Customers

I had a HUGE smile on my face

“While my wedding suit journey initially started with a ton of frustration, I can’t stress enough how happy I was with the final product from these very talented ladies. That final fitting where I got to see my suit in its finished state, I had a HUGE smile on my face. I received a ton of fantastic feedback at my wedding from guests on how stunning the suit looked. I firmly believe the hard work by Cathy and Vikki stole the show that day and I am so grateful to have had them!”
Erica C.

Tailors are highly skilled and take part in fittings

“Terrific staff, beautiful storefront. Tailors are highly skilled and take part in fittings whereas other shops I’ve experienced have sales associates pin-up your garments without consulting with a tailor. Very pleased with the turnaround time as well. Highly recommend Richard Bennett Custom Tailors!”
Thomas R.

Unbelievably helpful

“Everyone at Richard Bennett Custom Tailors was unbelievably helpful and I could not be happier with my experience there.”
Cody A.

So special and perfect!

“Thank you so much to Cathy, Vikki, and the Richard Bennett Custom Tailors team for making my [wedding] day so special and perfect! I would recommend them to anyone!”
Erica C.

Willing to take up the challenge of creating a women's wedding suit

“None of the other tailors we called [in Chicago] were willing to take up the challenge of creating a women’s wedding suit. That all changed when we called Richard Bennett Custom Tailors.”
Erica C.
Every garment is designed to your precise measurements, blade-cut from an original paper pattern, hand sewn on site by our staff of artisan tailors with impeccable style and long-ago forgotten quality – to fit right, look great and wear well.

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