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INDOCHINO Pledges to Suit Up 25,000 Grooms for Free

Around 6,200 weddings are taking place at any given time in North America each day. That means there are a lot of grooms and groomsmen who need to get suited up. Vancouver-based custom suit maker INDOCHINO made an ambitious pledge to suit up to 25,000 grooms for free in 2016. Of course, there’s a catch, but it’s an easy one: “Any groom whose wedding party of four or more groomsmen is outfitted by INDOCHINO will receive his own made to measure suit free of charge.”.

Here’s How It Works:

Step 1. Schedule an appointment at one of INDOCHINO’S seven showrooms for the groom and his groomsmen.

Step 2. A Style Guide will personally work alongside the wedding party to design each suit in INDOCHINO’s Groom’s Lounge – a dedicated space to relax and enjoy the experience. Get measured, browse from an incredible range of suit, tuxedo and shirt fabrics and select customizations that include lapel, lining, buttons, collar, cuffs, monogram, and more.

Step 3.  Grooms and groomsmen can expect delivery within 4 weeks, at which time INDOCHINO will invite the wedding party back to the showroom to ensure a perfect fit and complete satisfaction.   

Grooms and groomsmen can visit any one of INDOCHINO’s seven showroom locations in New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto and Vancouver.

“A wedding is one of the biggest days in a man’s life and we want to ensure the groom and his groomsmen will look and feel their best on the big day. Of course, if we can help remove some of the stress of wedding planning with a free suit – we’re happy to help,” said Drew Green, CEO of INDOCHINO. “From the moment a groom steps into our showroom to when his party’s coordinated, picture-perfect outfits are delivered, every INDOCHINO customer will feel the made to measure difference.

Who wouldn’t want a custom-made suit for their wedding day? How could anybody turn down an offer that good?

For more information, visit indochino.com.

Ann Binlot
Former Digital Trends Contributor
Ann Binlot is a New York-based freelance writer who contributes to publications like The Economist, Wallpaper*, Monocle…
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