A suit is a key part of every man’s wardrobe. While you can survive in khakis and sweatpants, a good suit lets everyone know that you mean business. But not all suits are created equal. Off-the-rack suits from department stores were good enough when you were younger, but you’re a grown-ass man, and you need an outfit to reflect that.
For years, Indochino has been bringing custom-fitted suits to the masses, and they’ve won lifelong fans and customers because of their commitment to quality, style, and making every guy look like a super spy.
As a thank you gesture to their Canadian customers, and as a way of saying hello to anyone who hasn’t treated themselves to an Indochino suit yet, they’re throwing a Victoria Day Weekend Sale for all online orders.
So what’s the deal?
It’s simple: Starting May 18 and running through the long weekend, all seasonal suits will be available for just $449 with the use of an online code. (That’s hundreds of dollars of savings, for those keeping track at home.)
If you’ve never shopped at Indochino before, it’s simple: You choose every single element of your suit online, from cut, to colour, to the materials and style. Want to make a three-piece suit worthy of Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark? The sky’s the limit, superhero. Would you prefer a powder blue suit straight out of Dumb and Dumber? A bold choice, but they can make it happen.
You either select your measurements online (with the help of a sizing guide if it’s your first time), or head to a physical Indochino location for a complimentary sizing session. All of your measurements are linked to your online account for future purchases.
It’s that simple, and you’ll be glad you went with a fitted suit when you look like the next James Bond and all of your buddies stepped straight out of their high school prom photos.
How to get started
Simply head over to Indochino and enter the code VICTORIADAY at checkout. Your summer photos will thank you.
Get ready to make an impression at every party and wedding you attend this summer.
(Just try not to upstage the groom. That’s rude.)