For $95, today's side deal gets you $205 worth of apparel and accessories at Cuffs & Collars, a clothier selling fine imported Italian garb. This Groupon is not valid for on-line orders.
Cuffs & Collars stocks its shelves with men's and women's chic business attire and accessories, including men's shirts, blazers and sport coats, and cufflinks. Anchor eye-catching ties on high-quality shirts such as the stripey, bright Florence 68 ($120) or simply white Fila Fil ($120). Add a dash of pizzazz to torso tarps with a striking set of stainless steel violin ($36) or stainless steel cat’s eye ($36) cufflinks. Cuffs & Collars' posh décor of sparkly chandeliers and sleek wood accents makes perusing piles of threads an elegant experience, and a helpful staff makes it simple.
You may combine and use two Groupons at the same time if you are purchasing a suit.
- Catering to both Men and Women, Cuffs and Collars’ garments are manufactured in Italy using only the finest materials. They provide and maintain the highest quality of craftsmanship through their keen attention to detail in each and every piece. Through this process born of Italian shirt making tradition, Cuffs and Collars is able to provide a great product at an affordable price. – Boston Scene
Cuffs & Collars
With a meticulous attention to detail, the tailors at Cuffs & Collars draw upon centuries of Italian shirt- and suit-making traditions to build men's suits from imported Italian-made pieces. The selection of summery linen blazers, jaunty gentlemen's shooting jackets, and colorful dress shirts adhere to nearly any body type, with cuts that suit everything from a slender slim build to an extra-large sleeve. Mobile teams of tailors even travel afield for custom fittings, visiting corner offices and customers' homes to ensure a proper fit without ruining a busy schedule.
Nestled near the old State House, Cuffs & Collars brings a taste of European style to historic downtown Boston. Walking into the store, visitors may easily imagine themselves in an artisan tailor's shop in Milan or Rome, surrounded by more than 2,000 fabric swatches for custom-shirting, constellations of twinkling cufflinks, and throngs of nude statues waiting for their pants to be hemmed.