It usually takes between 2 – 3 weeks depending on the size of the order. The production takes about 1 – 2 weeks, and then shipping takes about a half week more. It may take longer at peak times.
As long as your shirt is not yet in production (typically within 24-48 hours after placing order), you can change or cancel your order. To change or cancel your order, please email our customer assistance at email@example.com.
You can shop at Sons Of Savile as a guest without creating an account. However, register with us and you’ll be able to track your orders and review past purchases.
We accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, as well as PayPal payments.
If you’re a busy person and you just want to get the process started as soon as possible, we highly recommend our Tailor Sizing™ method.Simply answer 8 questions as best you can and we’ll generate a custom size for you.Tailor Sizing™ leverages real master tailors’ experiece and insight regarding fit, and is incredibly accurate. Generally speaking, this size method will work much much better than just selecting a standard size based on collar size, sleeve length and type of fit.
If you have a shirt that fits exactly how you want (or very close) and are comfortable following our instructions and using a measuring tape, then measuring a shirt you already have at home is a great way to create your first shirt size.
If you don’t have a shirt that fits exactly how you want and are comfortable following our instructions and having a friend help you out (Do not attempt this on your own!), then measuring your body at home is a great way to create your first shirt size. Please see our body measurements guide for instructions on how to correctly take these measurements.
Regardless how you create your first size, we’re here to work with you.Our Perfect Fit Guarantee is unrivaled and we will do whatever we can to make sure you’re happy with your fit.Furthermore, our staff is trained to assist with alterations via the phone or email and we’ll ensure a smooth process to correcting your shirt size if your first try is not absolutely perfect.
Yes. You are given the option of copying another shirt that already fits you well. Simply choose that option, and you will be given instructions on how to measure the shirt, and we will duplicate the fit.
To account for a watch in case you wear one…
Yes. If you have ann account with us, we save the measurements you used for each shirt in the ‘Orders History’ area of your account. We also provide an option for you to use your current size profile in the ‘Size & Fit’ panel of the shirt builder.
ALTERATIONS & RETURNS
We guarantee a perfect fit. If your first shirt doesn’t fit perfectly (it almost always does), we’ll alter or remake it for FREE , and save a new size in your profile for convenient reordering.
Our perfect fit guarantee is unrivaled, and we will do whatever we can to ensure you’re happy with your fit.
For products not customized according to the wishes of the customer’s order, you have the right to return or exchange the product within 30 days. Please review our returns policy for more information on returning our exchanging an item.
Please contact us to request an alteration. Please review our returns policy beforehand.
We recommend avoiding the dryer and letting the shirt air dry on a hanger, although (depending on the size of your house) this is not always practical. If you must put the shirt in a dryer, avoid high heat or over-drying the shirt. Use the dryer to get most of the moisture out of the shirt, and then iron the shirt immediately to remove the rest of the moisture and any wrinkles at the same time.If you dry your shirts completely in the dryer you’ll find the shirt a bit harder to iron perfectly, and they will likely shrink beyond Sons Of Savile’s calculated shrinkage allowances.
While many people do like to have their shirts starched, our suggestion is to avoid starch completely.While starch can help a broadcloth or oxford shirt appear more crisp it can also cause shirts to wear out prematurely.When the starch material gets embedded in the shirt fibers it acts like a million little knives that break down the fibers over time.