You get a call. You’re wanted at the Georgetown harbor in two hours. Preferably with tails and a waistcoat.
Now, normally, you’d have to tell your friends from Dubai they won’t be seeing you on the yacht this time.
And we wouldn’t want that to happen.
So say hello to Suitsupply, a Dutch clothier now open in Georgetown to help you face the unexpected. Especially when the unexpected involves getting a new suit immediately.
All outfitted in comfy couches, this is the kind of place you wouldn’t mind laying low in for a while. But not before perusing the giant winding rack of suits in the middle. In your hour of need, they’ll lead you through the styles, cuts and sizes. They’ll make you an espresso. You’ll hop on their wi-fi as their tailor—he’s right in the middle of things, like a sartorial version of an open kitchen—adjusts your new suit while you wait.
Of course, when you have time to actually shop, you’ll be back to check out their “wall of ties,” poplin pants, shoes and a full made-to-measure department, where they’ll make you everything from a run of white shirts to a custom-fit overcoat.
Technicolor. And dreamy.