Just like everyone else, we are sick of living in a pandemic. We miss seeing friends and family regularly and yearn for the days of crowded restaurants. The news on this front has been increasingly positive, though. The country has been securing huge quantities of vaccines and rolling them out more efficiently than before. There’s a light at the end of this tunnel, and you now have a second chance at your first impression!
This pandemic will have offered a unique chance to reset that first impression with your peers, bosses, employees, and even your friends. Are you prepared to return and send the right messages of being successful, competent, trustworthy, detail-oriented, and positioned as a leader?
We at our Philadelphia showroom are here to help with that.
Looking your best means wearing clothes that fit impeccably. As such, we’re offering the following:
- Complimentary alterations on any two items from your wardrobe. “Major” alterations are excluded at management’s discretion – just bring it in and we’ll discuss the work.
- 25% off any additional alterations. There’s no limit to the number of pieces we’ll alter for you.
About Our Master Tailor
“I truly enjoy the art of custom-making a suit. The end result, when done correctly, brings the gentleman unmatched confidence.” – Edgar Perdomo, Master Tailor
Edgar has run our tailor shop since 2016 and is a key component of making our clients’ experiences second-to-none. He’s present for all our second fittings, and every garment that goes to our tailor shop does so through his hands personally.
He started tailoring at the tender age of eight, doing what most apprentices do – sweeping the shop floor, transferring garments between different tailors, and learning to sew. About five decades later, his skills sometimes seem closer to that of a magician than a tailor. He consistently “wows” our clients with his work, so much so that many ask for him by name when coming to get fit!
Outside of work, Edgar is the consummate family man. His five children and fifteen grandchildren all live within a couple blocks of him, so his time outside of work is family-oriented for sure.