Hardwick Clothes’ mission is to provide our customers with American-made products they can wear proudly. We offer exquisite, tailor-made clothing to men of various shapes and sizes. All of our men's suits are made in the USA. We are an American company to our very core, located and operated in the U.S., and sewn in the south since 1880.
Hardwick Clothes, America’s oldest maker of tailored clothing, has called Cleveland, Tennessee, its home since 1880. The company, which was originally named Cleveland Woolen Mills, was founded by local businessman C.L. Hardwick, who partnered with John H. Craigmiles, John H. Parker, P.B. Mayfield and Creed Bates to establish the firm. C.L. Hardwick owned several businesses in Cleveland, and he put his son, George L. Hardwick, in charge of running the mill. Cleveland Woolen Mills found success with an innovative fabric known as "jean cloth," woven from wool and cotton.