What You'll Get
Even the most unrepentant nudist will keep a few pieces of finery on hand for the occasional bar mitzvah or traffic-court date. Face social situations in non-birthday suits with today’s Groupon to Top Hat & Tails in Maplewood. Choose between the following options:
- For $599, you get a custom clothing package (a $1,198 total value), which includes:
- One custom-fitted shirt (a $199 value)
- One custom Italian silk tie (a $100 value)
One custom suit (an $899 value)<p>
- For $699, you get a custom clothing package (a $1,497 total value), which includes:
- Two custom-fitted shirts (a $398 value)
- Two custom Italian silk ties (a $200 value)
- One custom suit (an $899 value)<p>
Horace Kinard, the progenitor of the 4,000-square-foot Top Hat & Tails, employs more than 20 years of experience in fine men’s attire to fashionably outfit shop clientele. Guests plot out their personalized apparel by nominating a color from the shop’s selection of black, navy blue, gray, or sharkskin—hues that exude professionalism and detract from prominent dorsal fins. Suit stitchers then sew a two-button notch-collar suit made with merino wool and pair it with one or two matching Italian silk ties and fitted button-down shirts to produce a complete formal outfit ready in two weeks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Not valid for existing orders. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Top Hat and Tails
Customers may walk into Top Hat and Tails as mere men, wearing jeans that sag off the waistline or scuff against the floor. But they leave as gentlemen, sporting fine men’s clothing and formalwear tailored to a T. Co-owners Brian Berry and Horace Kinard—who has been haberdashering for 20 years—take measurements onsite and alter in-house to drape dapper gents in fine suits, ties, tuxes, custom shirts, and shoes. A seasonally rotating catalog of styles from Calvin Klein, Joseph Abboud, and Oscar de la Renta elevates the elegance of invitees to weddings, dances, or black-tie balls. As Berry told Maplewood Patch in 2011, “We’ve had everything from Sweet Sixteens to every other formal event you can think of,” including musicians from the Philharmonic, who presumably came in to replace their glockenspiel's torn cummerbund.