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A guide to help the average man... look less average

Sorry. And also Indochino in SF

Mark Kwak

A couple things of note in today's post. 1. My site has been down for the last 3 days. So, so sorry about that. Some weird things went on with the webhosting. If you're still with me, thank you big time.

2. Spring is almost already here. Unbelievable how time flies by huh? My slacking in putting out content about winter coats and trends needs to come to an end.

3. Indochino, a men's made to measure suit, shirt, and accessories company, will be coming to town in San Francisco this coming week and a half.

For those of you guys who aren't familiar with Indochino, let me try to fill you in as best as I can. A couple years ago, online made-to-measure suit companies started to pop up like flies, coming in all directions. Some preached the value of being able to measure yourself without paying for it, others offered to pay for any afterward alterations that you made to any suit of theirs.

Either way, this concept became pretty trendy, and a couple companies stood out as frontrunners of this movement. I would argue the top two known brands were Suit Supply (located in NYC) and Indochino.

To be frank, I've never tried on an Indochino suits before, but the word of mouth has been nothing short of awesome. Some of my friends have worn Indochino suits to their own weddings, so I trust that the product is pretty decent. I'll certainly have to try one in order to make any of my own judgements though.

So onto the details. Indochino is going to be at Union Square in SF from March 13th (yesterday) to the 23rd. They'll bring their "traveling tailor" pop-up and will give you a free fitting in the case that you're looking to try one of their suits. Check it:

March 13 - 23 117 Post St. San Francisco

Mon - Fri 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m

Here to book an appointment.So sorry for those outside of the Bay Area, but hopefully they'll be visiting your city soon. Go get 'em guys!