A jellyfish’s handshake is simultaneously weak and poisonous, which is why it seldom makes good first impressions. Avoid the jellyfish effect by donning new duds with today’s Groupon to Hong Kong Tailor. Choose between the following options:
- For $59, you get one custom dress shirt (a $145 value).
- For $39, you get $100 worth tailored apparel and handsome accessories.<p>
At Hong Kong Tailor, custom clothiers craft shirts and suits under the inspiration of a master tailor, who began honing his thread-charming abilities at the age of 12 in his father’s shop in Calcutta, India. Before shedding ill-fitting outerwear and shirts made of cardboard, customers arrange appointments at which a tailor will determine exact measurements and discuss fabric options. Patrons can outfit arms with a 100% cotton shirt in a twill, chambray, poplin, herringbone, pinstripe, or check pattern, each of which can be paired with one of 20 available collar styles and french- or regular-button cuffs.
Alternatively, clients can update an old suit with a tie culled from Italy or adjust an ill-fitting turkey costume with a selection from an array of belts, including the Cortina belt made from fine leather ($60). To keep out the icy demeanor of a boss, dress up a blazer with a Holland & Sherry Carpe Diem button ($12).