Utah Menswear for a Dapper Groom

Game On! For gents, the hunt for a dapper head-to-toe look is easier than ever, thanks to the number of men’s clothiers in Utah. No matter your style or budget, here’s where to find the best of Utah’s men’s fashion. 

True Gentlemen Supply

Groom Sam Stacie (with bride Annika) wears a jacket and pant, $1,699, made with Tessilstrona fabric, which is 90-percent wool and 10-percent silk. The composition of this long-lasting material offers a luxurious look and texture.

1270 S. 1100 East #101, SLC


Who they are: True Gentleman is a bespoke suit shop that fashions suits and blazers for the whole wedding party, tailored to your specific style. 

Their mission: provide the most unique and exclusive one-of-a-kind experiences for  wedding parties. Grooms, get on their appointment list as soon as she says, “Yes,” because they book up quickly.

2019 predictions: “The retro-inspired suit offers lots of textures, patterns, color and wider lapels compared to more recent years,” says TGS founder Trapper Roderick.

Beckett & Robb

Co-founder Jason Yeats doesn’t shy away from the cold. A Loro Piana wool/cashmere blend topcoat ($1,995) and a 100% flannel wool Vitale Barberis Canonico three-piece suit ($1,145) top a cotton shirt ($175) and silk tie ($98).

150 Main St., SLC


Who they are: Beckett & Robb is a men’s custom clothing-maker, specializing in tailored suits, shirts and sports coats. 

Their mission: For 10 years, the clothier has become the preeminent suit maker in Utah. With more than 10,000 cloth options to choose from, and an award-winning measurement and design process, B&R can create the perfect suit or tuxedo for your wedding day.

2019 predictions: “Men’s tailored clothing trends will begin to swing back toward classic styling,” says Beckett & Robb’s co-founder Jason Yeats. “We’re moving away from the skinny suit of the past six or seven years and toward a more timeless fit with classic details and proportions.”

Tailor Cooperative

Tailor Cooperative offers fully-custom suits that range from $695 to $1,995, depending on the fabric. Shown above is a classic double-breasted suit.

335 Pierpont Ave. #2, SLC


Who they are: Tailor Cooperative is a custom clothier that opened in early 2016 on Pierpont Avenue in downtown Salt Lake City.

Their mission: crafting no-nonsense, custom-tailored suits for all men who want to dress with a bold and unique purpose in the boardroom, the ballroom or at the altar.

2019 prediction: “We see the suit taking on daring colors, classically-inspired silhouettes, gender-fluidity (i.e. women’s suiting) and just as much scene-stealing, center-of-attention attitude as any great wedding gown,” says Tailor Cooperative’s Joe Wise.

Utah Woolen Mills

“High blue (a brilliant navy) continues to be the dominant color in the suit world and we can’t get enough of it,” says Hawkins. “We love the way it can be elegant and casual all at the same time. It brings life to your entire outfit.”

59 S. Temple, SLC


Who they are: Since 1905 (that’s 114 years, folks), Utah Woolen Mills has been Salt Lake’s premium place for making and keeping men dapper. 

Their mission: to offer renowned luxury brands like Kiton, Brioni, Isaia, Canali Givocci and Eton, paired with phenomenal in-house tailoring. 

2019 prediction: “Every year it seems like the surge of popularity for menswear continues to grow,” says Taylor Hawkins. “Lately, we’ve seen a big trend in performance fabrics, like clothing blended with stretch making suits, slacks, jeans and sport coats comfier and more casual. You won’t be looking for a way out of your suit, you’ll be looking for an excuse to wear one.”

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