It starts with the product
From the start, we have been obsessed with creating amazing products. The business of making and selling products to others evolved out of our passion for designing, constructing, and wearing great clothing ourselves. What started as a shared hobby eventually turned into something much greater. Our founders, Derek and Jason, met in 2005 while working together in a different business where they had the opportunity to design and develop products around the world.
As their friendship grew they discovered a mutual love for tailored clothing, classic styling, and the type of accessories that make life rich and full. The dream of B&R originally began with the idea of building products they would personally love to own, and then creating a way to share those products with others. In 2009 they founded Beckett & Robb, and immediately set about finding the greatest tailors, artisans and craftsman where passion, tradition and excellence drive the way they make their products.
Today we have an extensive network of workshops and factories throughout western Europe. It continues to be important to us to work with people that are as passionate about their craft as we are. More than just business relationships, the friendships we have built with our suppliers renew our commitment to sharing their work with our clients around the world. It is our good fortune to offer products made with incredible skill and care from Italy, England, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Scotland and France. Learn More >>
Next, we bring it to you
It is very important to us that every client has an amazing experience, from beginning to end. Once you've scheduled an appointment you can trust you are in capable hands. We start by discussing your needs, where you plan to wear your new clothing, your current wardrobe, your body type, your preferences, challenges you have experienced, and much more. This process helps us focus on your specific situation.
All of us at Beckett & Robb remember the first time we put on a B&R suit. It's exhilarating to have something made from scratch for you—fine craftsmanship applied to a garment with fit and details that are all yours. Made expressly for you. We still feel the excitement and anticipation while waiting for a garment that’s been commissioned. We are inspired every time we see our clients go through this experience for the first time, and each subsequent time afterwards when they have something new made. We want everyone to have that experience.
Ensuring a superb fit is a critical part of our process. We promote a timeless fit that lies somewhere in between skinny and baggy. Our goal is to strike that delicate balance where the suit is both flattering and comfortable. This is something that will be unique to each client. To accomplish this we have to go much deeper than a few token measurements. Our system is robust and detailed, allowing for extremely nuanced adjustments to accommodate even the most challenging body types. Learn More >>
For clients looking to rebuild their wardrobe, we always recommend starting with solid navy. It's the most versatile suit color, allowing the wearer the most options in utilizing their existing shirts, ties, and shoes. This solid navy suit is made of super 110's wool from Vitale Barberis Canonico. Its finish and weight of 260 grams makes it an ideal all-season suit. It features a tailored cut, and is classically designed with straight pockets, a lightly... View full product details
With its dinstinctive leather lace design, The Monte is truly unique. It features derby design with a cap toe, and is Bologna Blake welted making for a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing shoe. Hand-colored and finished, there is color movement through the full length of the shoe with burnishing at the toe. Made in Italy. - Construction: Bologna Blake- Material: Full grain Italian calfskin- Sole: Leather- Lining: Italian calfskin- Color: Medium brown Note: The hand coloring process results... View full product details
This two piece suit is a perfect shade of grey for maximum versatility. Made of all season twill from Vitale Barberis Canonico. It's designed as a classic two-button, single breasted suit with notched lapels, just the right thing for a classic and timeless suit.Jacket - Italian cloth by Vitalie Barberis Canonico - Half canvas chest construction - Fully lined - Light shoulder pad construction - Notched lapels - Dark brown corozo buttons - Sloped cuffs - Working cuff buttonholes - Hacking flapped pockets - Ticket pocket - Side... View full product details
Our Verona calfskin tassel loafer exudes casual elegance. With a traditional tassel loafer design, the Verona is hand-colored to a mid, rich brown with burnishing on the toe. Dress them up with a suit, or wear them casually with jeans. Try the Italian look in the summer and wear them sock-less. Made in Italy.- Construction: Bologna Blake- Uppers: Full grain Italian calfskin- Sole: Leather- Lining: Italian calfskin **Shoetrees are not included** View full product details
An interview with Kevin Salsbury, shop manager of Beckett & Robb, Denver, about the changing world of custom tailored suits for the men of Denver, Colorado.
What's your background in menswear?
My background in menswear has been in men's tailored clothing, with an emphasis with luxury brands, most of which were European. My personal drive...
We love our products. Our focus on product development is at the very heart of who we are and what we do. It's for this reason that we've dedicated so much of our time to produce a number of our own product lines, including our own line of shoes, outerwear, and accessories.
When it came time for us to consider adding eyewear to our product mix, we decided to defer to another brand for their expertise.
Braces, or suspenders in American English, get a bad rap these days.
Most guys imagine an old, and perhaps overweight, man when they think of braces. They think of the man's age because of the "classic" nature of the accessory, and the weight because of the functionality braces provide. While this imagery is common, there's a lot more to braces than these stereotypes portray.