Ill-fitting shirts buckle and bulge in all the wrong places, making your body look like a saggy mylar balloon. Banish workday discomfort and boost your confidence with today's Groupon: for $617, you get a complete men’s suit package at Balani Custom Clothiers (a $1,235 value).
The friendly textile gurus at Balani have been turning out bespoke suits, tuxes, and blazers for half a century. They’ll make creating a custom piece of clothing a relaxing and exciting experience and help personalize fabrics and styles to fit each guest’s lifestyle and taste. The complete suit package includes one custom suit ($795), two custom shirts ($125 each), a necktie ($95), and a set of cufflinks ($95). For an additional charge, Groupon holders can upgrade to a tuxedo or higher-end fabrics. Create a masterpiece of menswear by altering a jacket's cut, adding panels or vents, removing pockets, doubling breasting, or commissioning cuff links made of enchanted scarab beetles. Balani only works with clients by private appointment, so each person's haberdashery pilgrimage comes with personal attention and guidance. Have a seat at the fabric bar, at which complimentary beverages subdue the stresses of poring over silk swatches and tilling through textiles.
Balani's experienced staff of master tailors and vest-fitting virtuosos makes sure each ensemble is sewn to fit patrons' prominent chest plates or slightly larger left pectoral muscles. New shirts will glide over arms and backs like a second, attractive skin that slims and perfects physiques. The confidence you'll have in custom clothing creates an always-dapper look and dashing silhouette, perfect for looking menacing in doorways and coming out of retirement for "one last score."
Balani Custom Clothiers has been featured in multiple publications, including Chicago Business, Michigan Avenue, and the Chicago Tribune. Chicago Magazine named Balani the best place in Chicago for custom suits. Yelpers give the business a 4.5-star average.
- If you are interested in custom clothes, this is the place to go. And if you do not think you are interested in custom clothes, you should still check it out as you may be surprised. – Chicago K., Yelp
- James Bond would be lucky to have Chicago’s custom tailors working for him. – [Chris McNamara, Chicago Tribune]
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