The Traveling Tailor

A suit says something about a man. A great suit will stop traffic (just saying). Someone once said, a well tailored suit is for women, what lingerie is for men. And I totally agree. However, the process of choosing a suit can be expensive and frustrating if you aren't willing to compromise on fit and quality but have realistic goals of making rent next month.  This is where the Traveling Tailor (Indochino) comes in!

Indochino is a company founded by two friends, Heikal Gani and Kyle Vucko, that is revolutionizing the way men create and oder custom suits online. The fitting process only takes 10 minutes and after you submit your order, your  custom made suit is on it's way to your house within 4 weeks! Looking good was never so painless.

By cutting out the middleman, Indochino is able to offer a variety of fabrics, cuts, and colors for every man's unique fit profile, for an affordable price (custom suits start at $379!). And if that isn't enough good news already, Indochino is coming to Philadelphia from May 10th until May 27th! The Traveling Tailor will be hanging out at 1518 Walnut Street where everyone will be able to engage in their unique online ordering process in person! This is a great opportunity for your handsome man (or your handsome self!) to be professionally measured and to receive expert fitting and styling advice.

Save Your Spot Now!

Indochino is coming to Philadelphia, and in order to get the attention you deserve, make sure to pre-book a fitting appointment now! Anyone who books now will receive a free  custom dress shirt and a tie bar and cuff links (a $160 value!). On the day you'll have a personal stylist who will assist you every step of the way in choosing and fitting your custom made suit.



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Photography by Go Kate Shoot and Evan Joseph Images
Words by Chaucee Stillman
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