About Us

We are a small two team Internet business based in Long Eaton Nottinghamshire with a newly opened sub office based in Melton Mowbray.
We specialise in semi bespoke tailored clothing for men & women. Suits, shirting, trousers, jackets & coats.
We have crafted clothing for the Mod/Skin/Soul/1960s lifestyle since 2005.

We have an extensive range of high quality cloths & cottons available for you to choose from.
We offer a service to tweak/design your garment making it uniquely yours.

Modclothin can also provide wedding group packages for both men and women, prom suiting and suiting for bands. Our latest tab is the occasion range this is where you'll find a beautiful selection of luxurious velvets & quality cottons with cruise ship attire in mind

Modclothin Crown & Jester sell and make to order our own branding CROWN & JESTER which are continually being loaded on to our website & social media platforms. 

Modclothin also stock a comprehensive line of footwear our range includes all the classic designs such as loafers-Chelsea boots & 60s styles

The Modclothin shop is located in Long Eaton Notts/Derby and is open to the public on Saturday mornings and via appointment every other day being closed on Sunday and bank holidays.
The Melton Mowbray office is available for appointments collections and fittings.

The Long Eaton shop is very accessible from Junction 25 Of The M1 about 2 minutes away - Sat Nav Postcode NG10 4QD and feel to free to call us with any queries on 07377412962 01664/669481 (available Saturdays).

Modclothin, Westend Salons Leopold St,
Long Eaton Nottingham NG10 4QD.

Modclothin Crown & Jester Melton Mowbray
21 Leicester Street, Melton Mowbray, LE130PP
07377412962 
We do not disclose buyers’ information to third parties.
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 Please Email Us At:
ministryofmod@outlook.com
Closed All Bank Holidays & Sunday

FABRIC INFORMATION
WHAT DOES THE “SUPER” MEAN AS IN “SUPER 100’S” WOOL?
This is a term originally created by the British Wool Textile Export Corporation. It refers to the degree of fineness, or more precisely, the length of fibre that can be spun from a pound of wool, i.e, the finer the wool, the greater its length per pound. It is now measured by thickness in Microns, a micron being a thousand of a millimetre. The ‘Super’ scale is roughly as follows:
Super 80’s 19.5 microns
Super 90’s 19.0 microns
Super 100’s 18.5 microns
Super 120’s 17.5 microns
Super 130’s 16.5 microns
Super 140’s 16 microns
Super 150’s 15.5 microns
Super 180’s 13.5 microns
Super 200’s 13 microns
The higher the ‘Super’ rating, the finer the cloth, and the more expensive it becomes.