A new suit can help you close a deal, much like opening with a firm handshake or presenting a business card printed on a crisp $10 bill. Dress for success with this Groupon.
$599 for a Custom Suit Package or Winter Overcoat ($1,385 Total Value)
The men’s custom suit package (a $1,385 value) includes:
- One super 120s–140s cashmere wool custom suit with custom embroidery, silk liner, and contrast piping (a $1,175 value)
- One two-ply Italian-cotton custom dress shirt with initials embroidered on cuff (a $150 value)
- One pure heavyweight silk tie (a $60 value)<p>
Those opting for the custom winter overcoat (a $1,250 value) choose a liner, style of fit, and fabric from a wide variety of cashmere wool colours and patterns. Although numerous suit styles are visible on Expire Customs website, many of the choices are only viewable in-store. Measurements and pickup take place at 3 Ice Boat Terrace, which is near the CN Tower.
Empire Customs' consultants outfit men and women in sharply tailored garments, custom tailored at the company’s production location. First, clients’ measurements are taken at the location and consultants help them assemble a fashionable ensemble from hundreds of custom materials and suit designs. Then, the orders for herringbone suits or pinstriped dress shirts are given to skilled tailors. Within four to six weeks, a garment bag filled with sharp new threads is available for pick up. Should any alterations be needed, they’ll have them done for free.
85% of 54 customers recommend
“Excellent service, very nice guys and they were very thorough in going through options.”
“Great service, great quality, and friendly staff. All the other customers in the store who were picking up their suits were all vocally happy with their purchases. A...”
“Great service, great quality, and friendly staff. All the other customers in the store who were picking up their suits were all vocally happy with their purchases. A good sign while I was picking out what I wanted!”
“Amazing service - they will take care of you no matter what.”