Proud of What You Stand For?
We Help You Show it

Nothing speaks pride better than a professionally fitted uniform
Nothing Shows Better

Your Pride

Our clients understand the meaning of tradition, discipline, integrity, morale and unit cohesion—they proudly live it—they proudly wear it with a professionally made and fitted uniform.

Andrei Master Tailors

Highly Skilled


With several years of study and practice, Master Tailors represent the highest level of tailoring expertise.

100% Made in


All garments are cut and sewn in Canada by our own tailoring personnel. We have North America’s largest Master Tailor team.



Our knowledge about specifications of the many uniforms, branches and units is second to none.



We can design a uniform style that is unique to you and provide recommendations on fabrics, design details and features.
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Fire • EMS

Fire • EMS Uniform
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Scottish • Highland

Scottish • Highland Uniform
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Marching Bands

Marching Bands
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Business Attire

Business Attire
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Historical Reproductions

Historical Reproductions

Our Work is Tailored to

Your Needs

Andrei Master Tailors has the in-house tailoring expertise to provide a full range of services based on your needs. Your garments are cut and sewn in Canada by our own tailors with the best in fabrics and tailoring techniques for long lasting garments that will keep their crisp look and structured shape.

Each garment is hand cut by a specialized Master Tailor and then sewn and shaped to fit perfectly while optimizing comfort and range of motion.

The Long and Proud Tradition of

Master Tailors

Learning the Trade

To become a Master Tailor traditionally requires five years of theory and practical study followed by two years working under the supervision of a senior Master Tailor.

A Cut Above

Master Tailors use mathematical formulas rather than patterns to cut fabric to be transformed into three-dimensional garments that individually fit each customer perfectly.

Structural Engineering

A uniform can require up to two hundred separate pieces of material, each of which must be measured, marked out, cut, shaped and stitched with great care by machine and by hand in order to give a perfect fit.

Family Commitment


Andrei Bujdoso

Andrei arrived in Canada in 1988 and founded the company a year later. A second generation tailor with a strong knowledge of tailoring and garment manufacturing, he built a solid reputation for quality and service across Canada and internationally.


Maria Bujdoso

With the widespread import of poorly made uniforms that frankly were made to fit someone other than the client, margins in custom tailoring are thin and Maria provides a steady hand at controlling costs without affecting quality or service.

Photo presented to Andrei Master Tailors “In recognition and appreciation of your exemplary service“ Chief Rod R. Knecht, Edmonton Police Service, 2012