Perfection is the only standard.

A self-made man deserves a custom-made suit. And only Knot Standard delivers one that's exactly right. Online. In Store. And anywhere he chooses to go.

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A self-made man deserves a custom-made suit. And only Knot Standard delivers one that's exactly right. Online. In Store. And anywhere he chooses to go.

Shop the Collection
Black Friday Sale

Our Biggest Sale of the Year :  30% Off Everything, Period.

 
Black Friday Sale

Our Biggest Sale of the Year :  30% Off Everything, Period.

Until Sunday, take 30% off our entire online collection. We are also including rush shipping, so your order will arrive by Wednesday, December 24th. But hurry – our hottest sale only comes once a year, and ends on Sunday!

30% offer is only valid until 11:59pm PST on Sunday, November 30th, 2014. Offer may be used multiple times. Not valid with any other offer, and cannot be combined. Offer cannot be used retroactively, or redeemed for any cash value.

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Custom Suit

Classic Charcoal Windowpane Suit

$495
On Sale: $346
Start Fitting
Custom Overcoat

Classic Beige Glenplaid Overcoat

$695
On Sale: $486
Start Fitting

Until Sunday, take 30% off our entire online collection. We are also including rush shipping, so your order will arrive by Wednesday, December 24th. But hurry – our hottest sale only comes once a year, and ends on Sunday!

30% offer is only valid until 11:59pm PST on Sunday, November 30th, 2014. Offer may be used multiple times. Not valid with any other offer, and cannot be combined. Offer cannot be used retroactively, or redeemed for any cash value.

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Private Collection

Available only in our global men's stores, our Private Collection represents the pinnacle of personal style and attention to detail.

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Step Inside the

Private Collection

Available only in our global men's stores, our Private Collection represents the pinnacle of personal style and attention to detail.

Set Your Appointment
Our Online Process

How we achieve the impossible.

You need not pause life to shop for a custom suit. Our online studio builds a three dimensional wireframe of your body and designs a suit patterned just for you. We trim our fabric and assemble it to your specifications and our standards. And once you complete the process, we will save your pattern forever, so every new season's styles are immediately within your reach.

News & Accolades

Changing the game, from high-fashion to high tech

You are the only person who your suit will ever fit. Our cloths are custom cut with lasers. The process is accurate, automatic and fully guaranteed.

See How it Works

See How

We use only real cotton. Real wool. Real silk. All imported directly from the most famous mills of Scotland, Italy, Germany and London.

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Browse

A world of infinite customization. Work with our designers, or specify your own desires for lapels, stitching, pleats, embroidery, buttons and even a classic ticket pocket.

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News & Accolades

Changing the game, from high-fashion to high tech

"The customization process extends far beyond fabric selection and includes the choice of buttons, stitching, lapels, and pockets — at no added cost."

"By bringing the fitting process online, the site is revolutionizing the way we shop for and customize more complex clothing items."

"You no longer have to step in the store or even go to the tailor to look like a million bucks. Knot Standard’s high-tech website lets you measure yourself head to toe."

Knot Standard is one of a few tailors that "have begun to innovate by incorporating stunningly original enhancements, like idiot-proof self-measuring guides."

Featured Story

Jim Cramer looks at Knot Standard on CNBC’s Mad Money

Tired of swimming in your suit? Jim Cramer talks to co-founder John Ballay of "Knot Standard", the custom clothing company, that claims they can give you the right fit in just a few clicks.

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John Ballay

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CNBC

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Author

John Ballay

Photography

CNBC