An impeccably tailored suit is the mark of true class, like the ability to feel a pea beneath multiple mattresses and the social grace to keep it entertained at an evening gala. Outwardly display inner elegance with today's Groupon: for $700, you get a complete men's or women's suit package from Astor & Black Custom Clothiers in Mission. The package includes one custom Super-150's suit (an $850 value), three custom shirts (a $135 value each), and three neckties (an $85 value each) (up to a $1,510 total value). For women, the three neckties can be replaced with an additional shirt. Your Groupon also includes a fit consultation with one of Astor & Black's professional tailors at your home or office.
The professional body bedeckers at Astor & Black hand-make customized garments with luxurious fabrics and meticulous handiwork. Astor & Black's clients include Portland Trailblazers center Greg Oden, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez, and ESPN correspondent Justin Gimelstob, to name just a few. (Celebrity customers are often featured on the haberdasher's blog.) The suits feature surgeon cuffs, hand-picked stitching on all seams, in-jacket sweat shields, silk linings, and complex ciphers from British secret-service agents. All shirts and ties are created by hand according to exact customer specifications and personal taste in around 4–6 weeks. Each shirt is customizable with 47 styles of monogramming, 25 collar styles, 11 cuff options, 13 shirt-pocket modes, and a partridge greedily devouring a pear tree. Only the finest Egyptian, Sea Island, Italian, and Swiss cottons are used in shirt construction.
Astor & Black treats each client as if clients were an endangered species and this particular client were the last egg-bearing client left in North America, resulting in oddly dedicated but unquestionably excellent service. Incredible attention is paid to every detail, and everything is produced using only the finest materials. For an additional charge, Groupon holders can upgrade to higher-end materials, such as Marzoni or Ermenegildo Zegna Group fabrics.