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Indochino is making itself at home in San Francisco with a Post Street address. The brand's first brick-and-mortar on West Coast soil is opening this Wednesday, October 8th. Similar to its past pop-ups in the Bay, the store will serve more as a showroom for men to visit to figure out their measurements before ordering custom suits and shirts online—except this time, the location and the tailors are here to stay.
"San Francisco is the world's technology and innovation capital, which makes it an amazing place to open our first West Coast showroom," explains Kyle Vucko, Indochino CEO and co-founder. This location also means a more seamless returns process that previously required a visit to a local tailor to adjust measurements. So there's really no excuse now to not visit, especially with holiday parties around the corner. It's a simple process to book a 30 minute, one-on-one appointment for measurements, fabric selections, and overall style advice—just start here.
· Indochino [Official Site]
· Indochino is Pulling a Bonobos and Opening Showrooms [Racked SF]