Bespoke British finery generally means a flight, a pile of money, and sartorial gropings accompanied by too many pointy pins to feel romantic. Get your English online, with A Suit That Fits
From their scrappy church-market-stall beginnings, London's ASTF has built a rep for handcraftsmanship, value, and subtly self-congratulatory nomenclature. Now their Saville Row crispness has gone global: their site features a dead-simple flash tool that takes you through design decisions (2 or 3 piece, fabric, collar, cuff, etc), then solicits 16 measurements, from neck to trou. Finally, you're asked for six highly personal details, including age, weight, and left/right dominance -- taken to ensure ultra-customization/determine eligibility for a natty Master Race. Obviously, this system saves you travel costs, but ASTF further spares your wad by outsourcing fabrication to an elite cadre of Nepalese tailors -- the cream of the Himalayan crop, they command salaries 50% higher than their peers, allowing them a surfeit of prayer flags and yak milk
Once you've run through the process, your measurements'll live online, ready for your next order -- so you'll never have to visit a tailor again, except to experience the illicit thrill of an old man sticking a pin in your groin.