Henry David Thoreau distrusted any enterprise that required new clothes, which is why he abandoned his career as a french maid. Embrace bold new outfits with this Groupon to Bunbury Custom Clothiers. Choose between the following options:
For $599, you get a custom suit package (up to a $1,735 value), which includes:
Two-piece, custom suit made from 100% English wool (a $1,495 value)
Solid Egyptian-cotton shirt in one of 14 colors (a $165 value)
Silk tie (a $75 value)
* For $359, you get four custom fancy Egyptian-cotton shirts (up to a $900 value)
Bespoke tailor Raj Bulchandani custom measures clients, then crafts Egyptian-cotton shirts and smartly fitted suits in the tradition of the tailors of London's Savile Row. Discriminating human mannequins select from an array of fancy Egyptian-cotton fabrics when requesting a quartet of custom-cuffed shirts, and prospective suit owners take their pick of more than 350 patterns and fabrics from mills including Ermenegildo Zegna, Loro Piana, Fintex, and Holland & Sherry.
Raj takes a flurry of measurements for every project to create a unique pattern, rather than relying solely on old patterns or futuristic space-suit prototypes. Suits come with an Egyptian-cotton shirt in one of 14 solid shades and a silk tie to finish off debonair looks with more style than a bow tie glued to a breastplate.
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When Raj Bulchandani begins working on a suit, he isn't afraid to spend ample time checking his measurements carefully. He translates each precise measurement to the cloth, then hand-cuts and stitches the cuffs, shoulders, breast, and canvas structuring from scratch. Raj believes in the superiority of the bespoke suit, following the traditions of London's legendary Savile Row tailors. As he crafts each piece, he ensures that each suit, vest, and shirt is unique and still respects the Magna Carta.
Raj crafts suits in five single- and double-breasted styles for men and women, using more than 350 fabrics, colors, and patterns. He makes his shirts from egyptian cotton and sources fine Italian and English fabrics from well-regarded mills such as Ermenegildo Zegna, Loro Piana, and Holland & Sherry. And whether he is working with worsted wool, mohair, or cashmere, he makes sure each piece offers a modern fit and a pocket for your secret-agent card.