Tailored Brands shortens production time for custom suiting program

Tailored Brands, Inc. subsidiaries Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank announced the upgrade of their $100 million dollar custom suiting program, shortening the delivery time from four weeks to three.


Reserve Collection - Jos. A. Bank

The change comes as more and more consumers are demanding custom suiting. Tailored Brands reports that personalization and sales from the Made in America custom suiting program drove $100 million in sales in fiscal 2017.

Doug Ewert, CEO of Tailored Brands, Inc. said the company strives to continually win business through strong customer service. Ewert stated that shaving a week of delivery time from the Made in America line of custom suiting helps the company retain a "distinct competitive advantage."

Tailored Brands offers custom suiting through Men's Wearhouse with the Joseph Abboud line. The line offers 150 fabric options that can be ordered in various silhouettes and styles. Men can further personalize their suit with custom choices on details including button holes, stitching, lining and thread color. The Joseph Abboud suits are made in New Bedford, MA.

Tailored Brands' Reserve custom line is offered through its Jos. A. Bank channel. The Reserve line offers 120 fabric choices with a modern silhouette, and includes sport coats, dress trousers, vests, tuxedos and dinner jackets in addition to standard suits.

Tailored Brands operates 1,400 locations in the US and Canada. It also operates online through an e-commerce platform.
 

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