Tailor and custom-made clothier proudly serving Boston for over 45 years. 222 Clarendon Street, between Boylston and Newbury Streets
Sordillo's alterations are highly recommended by Boston's finest stores: Loro Piana, Max Mara, Louis Boston, Brooks Brothers, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Giorgio Armani, St. John
About Carmine Sordillo
Long before Mad Men, Boardwalk Empire, or Downton Abbey ever aired, at age 11, Carmine became an apprentice tailor in Italy. 8 years later, on May 1, 1968, Carmine established Sordillo's Tailoring in the heart of the Back Bay on St. James Avenue in the Park Square Building. There, his attentive hands and keen eye for details garnered a long list of referrals as he served Boston's sartorially conscious gentlemen, which led to a second store on Milk Street that closed in 2008. After Frank Stella's closed, Carmine moved in next to L.A. Burdick, at 222 Clarendon Street, between Boylston and Newbury Streets, where he continues the fine tradition of su misura.