When dressing, no man intends to blend into the crowd. And with the same old black suit, worn oxfords, striped tie, things can get boring pretty quickly in the menswear game. Here’s our solution.
We found customizable shoes, pants, shirts, blazers, and suits so that you can add your own flair to whatever you’re wearing. These retailers are tailoring the clothes to you. Talk about ready-to-wear.
Starting from the toe up, read on for the custom goods.
Left Shoe Co. actually digitally scans your foot in order to get the most precise measurements possible. From there, select a style and then it’s personalization time. You can even choose to have an inscription pressed into the heel of your new shoes. Stores are in L.A., Dubai, London, Finland, Japan, and Germany with word on the street being one is making its way to New York.
You wouldn’t think there would be so many customizable details to a pair of pants, and yet Indochino leaves it all up to the customer. You decide on pleats, suspender buttons, belt loops, side tabs, and pant cuffs, as well as the obvious material and color.
Plus, as an added bonus, use promo code LIFETAILORED for 15% off in-store or online at Indochino through the end of October.
Imagine using an app to tailor your clothes. MTailor made that dream a reality. They give you custom, tailored shirts through a scan on your Apple product’s camera. You don’t even need to leave the house. They even claim to be 20% more accurate than a real life tailor and offer a 100% money back guarantee. You cannot lose with this deal.
(Editor’s Note: These shirts are great. I would completely agree with the 20% more accurate statement, I wear mine all the time!)
Either choose a style or go Full Custom and select front and back, buttons, lining, and optional monogram. Fabric and fit are up to you as well, and they have a lineage you can trust in. With over 50 years of practice in Bespoke tailoring, House of Bespoke uses techniques “originally practiced by master craftmen in Shanghai.”
Blackpier is a suiting website we have been fans of for awhile. The process is simple and you can customize every little detail of the outfit. Best of all: the suits are ridiculously affordable for being such a great quality. It may only run you about $300, but you’ll look like a million bucks.