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What You'll Get
A new suit can help you close a deal, much like opening with a firm handshake or presenting a business card printed on a crisp $10 bill. Dress for success with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$599 for a complete custom suit (Up to $1,703 Total Value)
- Two-piece suit (up to a $1,395 value)
- Dress shirt (a $239 value)
- Silk tie (a $69 value)
$375 for three custom-made Egyptian cotton dress shirts (an $837 value)<p>
Veteran clothiers record each client’s measurements and discuss their personal style. Then, they hand sew a custom jacket, pants, and dress shirt, polishing off the ensemble with an elegant tie. Suits are ready approximately 45 working days after the measuring session, and staffers complete a final fitting and perform any necessary alterations for free upon pickup. Clients may also add a vest for an additional $199, and they can opt to make the suit a tuxedo for an additional $299.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Valid only for a select group of fabrics. There will be a final fitting before pickup. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lord's of London
For four decades, the haberdashers at Lord's of London have been outfitting men and women in handcrafted custom formal and professional wear. They scrupulously document dozens of body measurements. Equipped with such precise calculations, they’re able to forge dapper shirts, jackets, and pants around each client's individual physique and personal style. They draw from a rainbow of premium fabrics—such as cashmere and wool, silk mohair, gabardine, and pure silk—that includes more than 5,000 varieties for suits and 2,000 for shirts, sourced from renowned fashion hubs in Italy and England. The team aims to completely customize each ensemble, adorning 20 collar types with ties, 15 cuff varieties with lustrous links, and weaving striking accent swaths into fusion shirts.