What You'll Get
The clothes make the person, but people make the special nutrients that keep the clothes alive. Reinforce your dominance over apparel with today’s Groupon: for $104 you get two custom-made shirts from Mark Austin Bespoke Couture (up to a $595 value).
Shipping is not included in the value of this Groupon and usually costs around $25.
Mark Austin Bespoke Couture keeps its male or female clients clad in shirts, blouses, and other finery individually made to fit their physiques and fashion fancies. Swaddle your torso in handmade luxury with a pair of custom-made shirts whose collars, cuffs, shapes, and colors are entirely up to you and your Magic 8-Ball. Mark Austin’s sartorial savants will use your personal measurements to determine exactly how many inches of red-rope licorice would be required to cover your arms, neck, and chest. Afterward, the experts send their findings off to Italy, where the most skillful shirt-making hands, dexterous from hours spent soaking in pasta sauce, will construct your distinctive duds. Once complete, your two shirts will be delivered to your home or office, where they can be worn simultaneously for double the cock-of-the-walkiness. Customers must schedule an appointment to be personally fitted by Mark and Marlon Austin on January 24–29 at the Embassy Suites on Anza Boulevard in Burlingame.
- Even before you wear Marlon Austin Bespoke suits you will see the quality in the details. With such details as hand made button holes, horn buttons, hand cut arm holes and full canvas garments made the old world way. – Splash magazine
- They have dressed celebrities including L.A. Reid of LaFace Records, George Clinton, a number of St. Louis Blues players, Andy Dick and Tavis Smiley. – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Custom fittings by appt only. Both shirts must be fitted for same person. Must use in 1 visit. Shipping not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.