Based in the textiles heartland of the West-Midlands, we at Mears provide the highest quality traditional British tailoring. With a wealth of experience in our team, we specialise in all things British from bespoke suits and blazers, to equine, hunt and shoot clothing.
At R. H. Mears we work with the best mills in the UK who in turn provide the finest cloths, giving you the opportunity to create a masterpiece. Everything from the buttons, linings, cuffs and pockets are chosen personally by you, creating a suit that is unique to your personality and style.
Our expertise in hunt clothing spans decades, making R. H. Mears one of the most experienced and well-regarded tailors in this sector. We understand the technicalities and practical aspects of hunt clothing giving every rider long-lasting, stylish and comfortable products
We combine quintessentially British fabrics with our best of British heritage to create timeless and functional shooting clothing. Our Plus 2's, Plus 4's, breeks and suits will keep you aiming straight whether you are buried in your butt on the burn or tackling the harrowing heights of Devon.
R. H. Mears has been intertwined with the equestrian world for decades, meaning we have a depth of knowledge about all competition wear. We provide jackets and breeches to both get your through the Cross-Country and into the Dressage arena.
Our blazers can be at home both in the city and out in the countryside. Tailored to your needs, we can create a blazer that is relaxed, formal or both with bespoke requirements, of course.
The pinnacle of British tailoring - the morning suit. Tailored for the smartest of occasions, our morning suits will be perfect for you on these big days. From walking down the aisle to winning big at Royal Ascot, a bespoke morning suit is a key companion. We can also combine your suit with a waistcoat to your taste from our huge range of British fabrics and silks.
Have your favourite cloths been loved for one too many years? At R. H. Mears we can reproduce your all time favourites exactly how they were made so they can be truthfully and accurately replaced.