Solihull

Fun fact: Solihull was recently voted the best place to live in Britain. We’re not saying that’s because there’s a Clements and Church in town, but it’s probably a big part of it...

Address

35 Drury Lane
Solihull, B91 3BP
0121 703 0545
solihull@clementsandchurch.co.uk

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday 9am - 5.30pm
Bank holidays open normal hours 9am - 5.30pm
Out of hours appointments can be arranged

Meet the Staff

Michael Drabble-Jones

Head Tailor

1. Minute Q&A

Why did you become a tailor?

“I have always been interested in clothing and developed a thirst for fashion from an early age. I was first introduced to my father’s tailor at the age of 13 when I had my first bespoke suit commissioned.”

Why do you love Clements and Church?

“Clements and Church has been built on integrity and honesty. The company delivers a fantastic product with unprecedented service, which I love.”

Which man (alive or dead) wore a suit the best?

“Fred Astaire for sure, his style remained relevant and timeless throughout his illustrious career.”

What's your ultimate style tip?

“Never leave home without your silver collar stiffeners: an untidy collar is a huge etiquette faux pas!”

Contact

michael@clementsandchurch.co.uk

Phil Whelan

Tailor

 

Billy Reeves

Tailor

 

Matt Beck

Tailor

Our picks in Solihull

The Orange Tree

Warwick Rd, Solihull
West Midlands B93 0BN
www.lovelypubs.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1564 785364

 

With open kitchens, stone ovens for wood-fired pizzas and log fires, this is the kind of country pub you could easily spend all day in during the winter. However, it’s not just for the colder months - during the summer you can take your drinks outside into the landscaped pub gardens.

The Malt Shovel

Barston Lane, Barston, Solihull
West Midlands B92 0JP
www.themaltshovelatbarston.com

Tel: +44 (0) 1675 443 223

 

A place that puts the “gastro” in gastropub, this smart, wood-panelled establishment is set in the rolling Midlands countryside and is known for its well-kept ales and modern take on traditional dishes especially for the chef’s daily fish specials board.

The Boot Inn

Old Warwick Road, Lapworth,
Warwickshire B94 6JU
www.lovelypubs.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1564 782464

 

Hop across the county border and you’ll find this quirky village pub with flagstone floors, modern furniture and a superb Sunday roast. Bringing 20 people with you to get your suit? You can go all-out and hire one of the teepees in the pub garden for the afternoon.

The Farm

22 Farmhouse Way, Solihull
West Midlands B90
www.lovelypubs.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 121 711 7273

 

This bustling local pub still retains many of its original farmhouse features such as exposed beams and bricks. Roasts are a speciality (you can tell the owners are into beef from the cow paintings on the walls) as is live music - band night is the last Thursday of every month.