Men’s Wearhouse Big & Tall (CLOSED)
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Hefty guys won’t be doomed to don ill-fitted suits when shopping at this big-and-tall-focused offshoot of the popular men’s chain. Since founder George Zimmer opened the first Men’s Wearhouse location in 1973, it has been a staple for guys in need of outfits for business and formal affairs, as well as tuxedo rentals ($69–$150). Hit up the midtown space for suits ($170–$1,200), accessories ($2–$400) and casual clothes ($14–$200) from brands like Kenneth Cole, Bill Blass and Geoffrey Beene. Big-boned and height-blessed fellows will appreciate that suit sizes run from 39 to 70, pants sizes go from 30 to 66 with lengths going up to 34 (anything above that is handled through on-site consultations), and shoes ($15–$300) are available up to size 15. You’ll be sure to find your fit with dress-shirt neck widths ranging from 16 to 22, and arm lengths going as long as 39. Look sleek during the day in Joseph & Feiss sports coats ($160), or whip out Joseph Abboud two-piece suits ($640) for your next fancy occasion. Pair your new duds with Marc Ecko wooden cufflinks with scissor details ($40) and Calvin Klein plaid ties in regular to extra-long sizes ($63). In case your new pieces still need tweaking, the store gladly offers alterations ($10–$65).
730 Third Ave
|Cross street:||between 44th and 45th Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: 42nd St S, 4, 5, 6, 7 to 42nd St–Grand Central|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 8:30am–8pm, Sat 11am–6pm, Sun noon–6pm|
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