Ill-fitting clothes can cause their wearer to be unfavorably perceived by employers, to be criticized in style magazines, and to be the mistaken recipient of eye gouges and nose plucks at Three Stooges conventions. Guard yourself against unprompted antics with today’s Groupon to Rocky’s Custom Clothes in Sherman Oaks. Choose between the following options:
- For $140, you get two custom two-ply Sea Island cotton dress shirts with monogramming (a $280 value).
- For $599, you get a custom super 110–160 suit (a $1,240 value).
Additional fees apply for sizes 48 and up.
The detail-oriented clothiers at Rocky’s Custom Clothes craft exclusive designs for each client, earning them the business of sharply dressed patrons such as Andre Dawson and Rod Paige. Guests can sip water as they wait on the elegant showroom’s plush couches, before tailors take detailed measurements of physiques. Two-ply Sea Island cotton dress shirts can sport specifically designed pockets, cuffs, and collars, depending on each client’s preferences, and monogramming brings out individualized style and reveals which scarecrow has been borrowing from bedroom closets. Completed suits emerge with fabrics from Giorgio Milano (super 130s), Ferro (super 150s-160s), Holland & Sherry (super 120s), Bruno McKenzie (super 120s), and Dormeuil Amadeus (super 110s). Shirts and suits are completed six to eight weeks after fittings, ready to make their debut at a business luncheon or business-professional hog-tying contest.
Rocky’s Custom Clothes
Golden light pours from a crystal chandelier onto rich wooden furniture and polished marble floors in Rocky Chugani’s Sherman Oaks showroom. Under that warm glow, tailors lend their discerning eyes and deft fingers to fitting suits to precisely align with each client's build and style, from flashy, broad-lapeled pinstripe blazers to exquisitely cut tuxedos ideal for a black-tie job interview. Celebrity clients include Jay Leno, D. L. Hughley, Jeff Probst, and numerous athletes such as Chris Kaman, Kenyon Martin, and Baseball Hall of Famer Andre Dawson—as clients can verify by gazing at placards of them on the walls as they lounge on the showroom's soft couches.