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It’s mid-March and wedding season is about to begin. By now you’re thinking, “How is this even possible? How do I  have seven fucking weddings to go to before all this madness is done?” If you’re like me, a dude who actually cares about how he looks and one that wants to be dapper, you feel kinda sheepish alway showing up in the exact same suit for every suit-ish occasion. Luckily for you the Indochino Traveling Tailor is in San Francisco March 13th-23rd. What does this mean for you? That you can get a bad-ass, stylish, custom tailored suit for as little as $449!

Now before you go “$449 is  a lot of loot!,” let me ask you this: have you ever looked into how custom tailored suits normally go for? They’re expensive as hell! This is your chance to get a suit that actually fits you perfectly instead of just getting something that “pretty much fits you”. At the very least you can go in and get fitted for a suit for free, just so you can see what your measurements actually are. And to top it off, they are throwing in a FREE shirt when you purchase a suit at the SF pop-up!


Peep how fucking dapper I look in the suit I got last time they came through town

When they came through town last August I went in to get measured and found the experience to be awesome. Everyone was super cool and knew what the hell they were doing. I was measured places I’d never even thought of measuring before (get your mind out of the gutter!). Here’s some other reasons to book an appointment:

• Get measured by a fit specialist
• Create a measurement profile
• Get styled by a personal stylist
• Discover customization options
• Feel fabric samples and see the collection in-person
• Build a custom suit you’ll want to wear everyday
• Receive a free gift with suit purchase (while supplies last)

And the best part is that a fitting only takes 30 min so you can pop by whenever you have a little extra free time. Go here to book your own appointment so you can be the flyest dude at the next wedding you go to. How else are you gonna land that bridesmaid? Just look above at the suit I chose. That shit is ill son!

Indochino Traveling Tailor
117 Post St. @ Kearny St.
March 13th-23rd

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1 Comment

  1. kavin hopes
    June 17, 2014 at 11:13 pm

    Indochino is really great custom tailor, they provide mind blowing tailoring services. A reputed tailor can give you a charming look with decent style that can impact your personality and character. There is no comparison custom made suits to ready to wear suits because fitting is not properly, that are not comfortable. There are many bad things in ready to wear suits. Toms Fashion is good bespoke tailor in Bangkok, Thailand