What You'll Get
Mannequins make wonderful pets because they quietly flaunt the latest fashions and don't need bones to love you unconditionally. Earn their ardor with today's Groupon: for $100, you get $200 worth of high-end clothing at Butch Blum in the Central Business District.
As one of Seattle’s premier purveyors of high-quality apparel, Butch Blum lets customers play dress-up with top-notch threads without the hassle of sneaking onto the runways of Milan or forcing one's body to spin its own silk. Butch Blum showcases original European designer products for men and women from designers such as Giorgio Armani, Luciano Barbera, Ermenegildo Zegna, Moschino, and Alberta Ferretti, among others. Prim ladies can take their maternal units on a Mother's Day shopping spree and see what they'd look like (in 30 years) wearing designer jeans ($150–$200), cotton cardigans ($185+), French linen T-shirts ($125+), and solar-powered skirts that hypnotize passersby into opening doors and tipping their hats, even if they're not wearing one. Dudes, meanwhile, can dapper themselves with a wide range of designer jeans ($150–$200), organic-cotton sport shirts (under $200), dress shirts (under $200), and silk ties ($125+). If you were born blessed with orangutan arms or giraffe legs, Butch Blum's made-to-measure suits, shirts, and formal wear will be tailored to provide the perfect fit—the kind you haven't experienced since your black costume revealed itself to be an alien symbiote and tried to take over your body.
Instead of wafting through a sea of grimy thrift-store blazers with rumpled tissues lodged in the pockets, customers of Butch Blum will get a wardrobe that smells fresher than a 16-year-old's bow-adorned first car parked on a driveway made of air fresheners. Stroll sidewalks and rappel down office-building facades in tailor-fitted style, thanks to today’s Groupon to Butch Blum.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 11, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. No returns. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.