Grads, Interns: Ready to Dress to Impress?

photo credit dailymail.co.ukAs April ends, have you confirmed your summer internships?  or graduates, have you thought about where you’ll apply for work?

Your resumes or CVs should be prepared, and proofread by somebody in the university Career Services office. But will your lack of professional dress deter you from job opportunities?

You don’t need to win a lottery to enter the workforce with custom made attire. The SF Tailor specializes in affordable tailor-made (and therefore better–fitting) suits for men and women. Our turnaround time is about 3 weeks. That’s rather quick considering expensive, mass produced, ill-fitting suits sold at department stores. Spare yourself the frustration. Get smart!

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Take 5-10 minutes to get accurate measurements from a local alterations service. (Note: These individuals usually do minor changes like hemming.)

Then fully customize your suit from a wide range of colors, fabrics, and styles via our website. Black and blue suits are classic. Interviewers expect them. Wearing a bright shirt is unprofessional in most offices. If you must add color, be subtle with a necktie or pocket square.

Our online only presence means personalized suits as low as $254 USD.
We pass the savings on to you!

photo credit cdninstagram.comOur fastest turnaround is 3 weeks. (Expedite production time of future purchases by saving your measurements on our secure website.) We dedicate our attention to your suit in our private studio, where we hand-craft and detail your look for success.

We don’t have distractions like competitors with public boutiques and pop-up shops that charge $450 USD or more for machine construction. They’re busy earning higher dividends for their investors.

Instead the SF Tailor offers custom-made, high-quality elegance at affordable prices for interns and graduatesgrooms on a budget, plus new and small business-owners. We love that our clients feel confident and look good climbing the corporate ladder. 

Til you make your millions, why settle for ill-fitting, poorly-made,
disposable suits off-the-rack?

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