Clothing sizes have long relied on subjective concepts—such as small, medium, and sleeveless—to describe themselves to potential wearers. Advance beyond these slippery descriptors to find a more fitting match with today's side deal: for $50, you get $150 worth of men's custom apparel ordered online at Indochino. Indochino offers free two-week shipping to most countries.
Indochino specializes in made-to-measure men's apparel. Casting off vague, archaic sizing methods designed to fit entire groups of people, Indochino builds shirts and other men's wearables to fit the intended torso or other body part. Orderers should enlist a friend to help and watch Indochino’s how-to videos to accurately measure themselves. Once taken, these precise numbers translate into crisp, well-fitted, white button-downs such as the ultimate utility shirt ($79). Both navy blue pinstripe vests ($99) and metallic gray pants ($99) are cut to the shape of a single body and dance to the cymbal crash of a single drum kit. Wrists wearing Indochino's eight-ball cufflinks ($26) can shake themselves for vague answers to pressing questions. Also offering entire suits and tuxedos ($299+)—hand-chalked and cut by a veteran master tailor in Shanghai, a city steeped in the heritage of bespoke tailoring—Indochino assures that meals and drill sergeants aren't the only things made-to-order.
- The once-exclusive experience of owning a personalized, tailor-made suit is now available to men who had always considered it a luxury meant only for big shots and high rollers. – David Graham, Toronto Star
- I needed no alterations on the pants and only a slight taper on the waist. Everything else feels so perfect. Actually, it is by far the BEST fitting suit in my arsenal. No tugging, no tightness, yet everything lays perfectly on my body. – Dennis Cahlo, Made to Measure, NY