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 today's Groupon to Hyatt & Co. in Fulton. Choose between the following options:
- For $295, you get a custom-tailored Italian suit by Giorgio Valentini (a $750 value).
- For $50, you get $100 worth of casual or formal menswear and accessories.
Hyatt & Co. carries dapper duds for every occasion, taking guys from scruffy to smart with a varied selection of suits, slacks, and dress shirts. Each custom suit fitting imports the fashion-forward vision of Giorgio Valentini onto the legs and limbs of discerning Joes. Resist the urge to ask yourself out on a date after choosing from more than 20 fabrics, and jump straight to blowing your reflection kisses as an attentive stylist pins and marks necessary alterations in front of a five-way mirror. In-stock suits can be tailored and ready within five days, and Hyatt & Co. also boasts Valentini suits in additional fabrics and sizes ranging from 36 short to 52 long that require an extra two days for delivery. Additionally, Groupon holders may opt to use their $295 Groupon for $600 toward a custom-made non-Valentini suit or sport coat or trade it for its weight in spats.
Those interested in issuing less formal fashion statements may browse through the shop's collections of Luchiano Visconti cotton sports shirts trimmed with collar and cuff detail ($79.50–$109.50). Mavi Jeans come in five fit styles ($98) that are prewashed for guys who prefer to eat them straight out of the bag, and Tommy Bahama's reversible, zip-neck cotton sweatshirts keep torsos warm through several seasons. Gentlemen seeking out a finishing touch for their style can also tame unruly necklines by disciplining them with modern silk ties by Robert Graham ($98), all boasting embroidered designs that may be decoded to reveal forgotten anniversary dates.
Hyatt & Co.
Hyatt & Co. adds a note of refinement to men's wardrobes by filling them with formal and casual clothes from labels such as Tommy Bahama, JJ Weston, Vannucci, and Luchiano Visconti. The friendly tailoring team—Rocky, Marc, Ray, Justin, Harvey, and Eddie—greets visitors at the Maple Lawn shop and helps them pick the perfect cloth for a fine Italian suit or wade through a wide selection of T-shirts, satin ties, cufflinks, and jeans. They use their adept fitting skills to slide torsos into becoming formalwear including suits that cut a classic, Sinatra-esque figure and tuxedos spiffier than that of Fred Astaire's best man.