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Trumaker, the San Francisco-based, semi-bespoke menswear brand, is hosting a pop-up shop this weekend at its Union Square office, (701 Sutter Street, 5th Floor). If you're looking for last-minute gifts, you can shop the company's selection of ready-to-wear items and swag, like sweaters, scarves, belts, wallets, and bottle openers. Make a purchase of at least $125, and you'l get a free tie.
If you have yet to try Trumaker, this is an ideal time to reconsider. Bring an old shirt to donate to St. Anthony's and Trumaker will give you a credit toward a new shirt, blazer or sweater. The company is offering a $10 credit per donated shirt for up to $30 off a new shirt or blazer, or $20 off a new sweater. Outfitters will be on site to take measurements and discuss fabrics and fits. Even if you don't find a new gift or garment to take home, you can hang out in the office, eat, drink some bourbon, and watch sports. The shop is open on Friday, December 19th from 4-8pm, and Saturday and Sunday, December 20th-21st from 11am to 4pm.
· Trumaker [Official Site]
· Trumaker Delivers Luxe, Custom Apparel at Ready-to-Wear Prices [Racked]