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What You'll Get
Even the most unrepentant nudist will keep a few pieces of modest finery on hand for the occasional bar mitzvah or traffic court date. Today's Groupon spruces up dishabille gentlemen with casual and formal menswear from Hyatt & Co. For $50, you'll get $100 toward dress shirts, suits, sport coats, shoes, ties, sale items, and more at the duds emporium in Fulton.
While department stores and boutiques may have tons of affordable fashions for women, men often find only the dregs of society's abandoned menswear: a faux vintage superhero tee, a tiny fedora, and one pair of front-pleated khakis. Hyatt & Co.'s rich stock of apparel offers modern styles that can take you from the yacht to the charity ball and back to your desk job or the pharmacy to pick up more Charity's Ball-Brand Yacht Polish (Now for Desks!). Hyatt carries such brands as Tommy Bahama, Robert Talbott, Cole Haan, Bugatchi, Luchiano Visconti, Giorgio Valentini, Robert Graham, Tallia, and Lucky.
Custom shirts made to order ($95–$295) make the man who wears them instantly more attractive, avoiding the awkward tucks, pulls, and pooches of ill-fitting dress shirts. Hit your next power lunch with a luxurious Italian tie ($49–$135), or let the friendly staff of menswear experts fit you for the perfect pair of callipygian jeans ($77–$195). If you're in the market for a new suit, check out Hyatt's stock of lean, modern-fitting suits ($250–$700). Hyatt & Co. also offers sport shirts ($50–$250), sport coats ($200–$600), pre-made dress shirts ($45–$150), and shoes ($78–$995). It also offers tuxedos for sale or rental to help you prepare for your next black-tie-optional X-Files marathon.
There are no refunds on Groupon purchases, but you may exchange merchandise within 30 days.
- Local clothier Hyatt & Co. stocks singular and sophisticated business, casual, and formalwear by adventurous brands such as Sean John (rapper Sean “P. Diddy” Combs’ line), Psycho Bunny, and Robert Graham, plus more established names—Joseph Abboud, Tombolini, and Peerless Couture. You’ll find elegant black tone-on-tone tuxedos and neckwear within spitting distance of a tricked-out Calvin Klein “spy blazer” (complete with loops to hold a hidden wire), impossibly soft leather shoes by Donald J Pliner, and seamless single-cloth shirts by XMI. – Lionel Foster, Urbanite
- …swing into Hyatt & Co. to peruse the new Robert Talbott line or order custom shirts for your husband. (Pick him up a pair of AG jeans while you’re at it. They are delicious on). – STYLE
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. No refunds on Groupon purchases. Exchanges within 30 days of purchase. Not valid with other offers. Redeem in single visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.