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The guy in the perfectly fitting suit—you either want him or want to be him. The allure of good tailoring is undeniable, and bespoke suit maker Indochino is taking its custom design offline for a Boston pop up shop, titled "Traveling Tailor." These menswear experts set up shop at 234 Clarendon, right off Newbury Street, for nearly a month starting today, March 22, through Monday, April 15.
With weddings, graduations, and parties right around the corner, dapper gents will be lured in by the offer of a free fitting (Indochino is currently taking appointments). Suits start at just $379 and are specially packaged with a free custom dress shirt, cuff links, and a tie bar when ordered at the shop. Styles are grounded in luxe fabrics including Australian Merino wools, soft Mongolian Cashmere blends, and Italian designer fabrics. Book your 30 minutes now.
· Traveling Tailor [Indochino]