Act Fast for Beautiful Custom Suits

Indochino's traveling tailor will be in Portland for one more week offering slick suits customized and made to order for a reasonable price.

By Eden Dawn September 18, 2013

Every man looks good in a perfectly fit suit. 

Unfortunately, they often don’t take the time to get an off the rack one customized, or even take the plunge to purchase at all. Traveling tailor Indochino wants to change that, 

 The 6-year-old company based out of Vancouver BC, provides beautiful, high-quality custom made suits for men in cities around the country in a series of temporary pop up shops with Portland’s currently in full swing until the 23rd.

Unlike a traditional retail model, Indochino is primarily an online shop offering completely custom suits with a seemingly endless amount of customization options. They appear in a city for two weeks offering fast and free measuring sessions where a professional gets you set up with an online profile through their site with all the proper measurements. After that gentleman walk through the process of creating their suit, selecting from their gorgeous fabrics, picking lapel and collar types, lining fabrics, all the stitching, and pocket options ones could imagine, and even free monogram stitching.

The best part? All customization is free. You buy the suit (starting as low as $449), every add on is part of the package.

Customization options at Indochino.

In just 4 weeks from your order, your suit made to your exact specifics arrives at your door ready to go. If anything isn’t perfect, Indochino offers a $75 tailor credit for you to take it to a tailor and get it fixed up. If it costs more than that, they’ll make you a whole dang suit at no cost. Additionally, once you have a measurement profile through their site you can keep ordering from their assortment of suits, outerwear, and sport coats.

Take the plunge and head on in. You can be the best dressed man at all this year’s holiday parties.

Indochino’s Traveling Portland Shop
Now–September 23
922 SW Yamhill Street.
Portland, OR
September 12 - 23
Mon - Fri: 8am to 8pm

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