Pop-Up Portland: Indochino Traveling Tailor

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This week only! Indochino will be in Portland offering their customized fits of men’s suits and shirts through their pop-up Traveling Tailor shop.  Indochino, an online retailer based out of Vancouver, BC, will be offering 30 minute appointments at their temporary location on 922 Yamhill Street in downtown Portland.

The half-hour appointment includes professional measurements and building the suit to your specifications.  You will be able to choose even the finer details such as button style, pockets, and lapels.  With suits starting at $429, shirts starting at $79 and customizations at no charge, it’s the perfect time to invest in your first made-to-measure piece.

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The style that caught our attention was the new Indochino “Modern Dandy Collection“.  A classic and well-constructed gathering of tweed, herringbone, houndstooth, and elbow patches.

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Indochino is an experienced traveler with its pop-up store having made the rounds through San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, and Seattle.  The Traveling Tailor will be in Portland until Monday, September 23, 2013, 8am-8pm weekdays, Saturdays 9am-8pm and Sundays 10am-7pm. Grab an appointment here.

The promise behind Indochino is their belief that “fit is the most important part of a good suit”. We couldn’t agree more.  Stop in and get a taste before they pack their handsome bags and head back north.

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