Your appearance tells a story. We’re here to help it tell the
right story for you.
The three most important aspects of your story are:
  1. What social or hierarchal group you belong to
  2. Where you fit within that group
  3. What your individuality is
As your custom clothier, we work with you to ensure that your story to others (and yourself) is that you belong to the “group” we might call high-level business professionals, that your place in that group is at the top, and that your individuality is confident and capable. When you tell that story effectively, others sense intuitively that you have discipline, power, self-respect, and confidence.
Your clothing shapes people’s views of where you stand on social ladders, your power-even your intelligence. When you’re well-dressed, people are more likely to assume you’re competent, in charge, and an authority, because you project that image.
Dressing well shapes how people think about you-for the better. Your appearance also shapes how you think about yourself. That’s why telling the right story through your clothing actually increases confidence.
Because you can choose every detail of each ensemble, custom clothing helps you create a wardrobe that tells exactly the story you desire.
“Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.”  
– Oscar de la Renta


Many designers of ready-to-wear are focusing on “street style” rather than the need for professionalism in menswear. While many of their fashion choices will be inappropriate for business attire, there are several spring and summer trends for 2018 that you can enjoy without sacrificing true style:
  • Hawaiian prints: Great for a tie or pocket square.
  • Roomier trousers: Skinny-cut suit trousers are becoming less prolific.
  • Squared-off shoulders: Suit coats are creating a more rectangular frame.
  • Earth tones: Several can be combined for a subtle, calm look.
  • White-based outfits: The starkness can be toned down with a little brown or navy.
  • Solid colors: Prints and patterns are taking a backseat to solids this season.
  • Two-color stripes: Simple and bold stripes are trending over thinner or multi-colored options.
Ready to discuss how to incorporate these warm-season trends with accent pieces? Call us today for a private consultation.