What You'll Get
In addition to the five senses, a sense of style enables humans to easily determine what to wear without resorting to sniffing their neighbors' blazer or tasting their tie. Put your senses to good use with today's Groupon: for $49, you get $100 worth of men's and women's designer clothing at Moris Fashions.
Moris Fashions strives to help men and women express individuality and personality through contemporary offerings of clothing, accessories, and footwear from an array of designers. Although today's deal is for in-store purchases only, customers can draft shopping game plans by perusing Moris' online store. Named the best in men's clothing for 2010 by CityVoter St. Louis, Moris Fashions garbs gents in threads conceived by the likes of 191 Unlimited, Theory, and Ted Baker London. Men can don polos ($75+), stock up on designer graphic tees ($35+), or defy convention by putting on a pair of Joe's Jeans ($138+) two feet at a time. Women can similarly swath themselves in designer's takes on knit tops ($62+), dresses ($158+), and skirts ($86).
Moris Fashions serves as a contemporarily styled haven for its numerous well-clad mannequins. Under the glow of track lighting and chandeliers, shoppers peruse wooden tables, richly hued display cases, and a black-felt pool table that challengers players with tabletop displays of belts, boots, and neatly folded shirts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Moris Fashions
Inside Moris Fashion's airy boutique space, neatly pressed garments enjoy plenty of elbowroom on the racks. Shopkeepers prioritize quality over quantity, and as a result the shop holds a carefully curated inventory of items that earned it the title of Best Men's Clothing from CityVoters in 2010. Well-tailored polos, tees, jeans, and blazers for gentlemen bear the labels of top designers such as Ted Baker, Theory, John Varvatos, and Hugo Boss, all with classic styles that are equally appropriate for job interviews, dates, and renaissance fairs.