The staff at Adrian Jules Custom Clothier feels extremely fortunate to have built strong relationships with our clients which allows us to truly have a family-like culture within our store. We are excited to announce a series of monthly events (#ajevents) that will encourage clients both old and new to visit the showroom, eat, socialize, and browse the newest styles we have to offer.
We will begin next Saturday, July 22nd with “Swatches & Sandwiches”. This event will be catered by Rubino’s Italian Foods and we will be showcasing the latest prints and fabrics that we have to offer. Take a cruise over in your exotic car and stop by for a sandwich or even a cup of espresso!
Kickoff is at 9:30 am with some excellent expresso. Sandwiches will be delivered at 11:00 am.
Stay for the whole day or drop by when you can but don’t miss out on these great tips from our 101 Fashion Tips for A Man of Style handbook.
A man of style should have a different wardrobe for the spring/summer and fall/winter seasons. When he takes his clothes out for the new season, it will appear as if he has a new wardrobe.
We will have our latest swatches available. Be proactive and plan ahead for the next season!
A man of style invests in himself and acknowledges that a self-investment is always a wise investment. It is difficult to top the feeling of wearing a garment that is custom to your style, size, and is true to you! Every man of style knows that this is an investment that they will cherish forever.
We’ll be ready to measure and find the perfect fabric to suit your style.
A man of style knows clothing covers 90% of his body, and understands the importance of making a first impression. Before you say a word, you have already made an impression with your clothing. They say that a picture speaks a thousand words; a person’s first “picture” of you is your appearance.
A bespoke suit is the best way to represent and express yourself to others. Let us show you samples!
Great tips! Great people! Great opportunity! Watch for our online registration! See you next Saturday!