Anyone who’s ever planned a wedding knows that all too often, the groom’s opinions and needs get lost somewhere between the bride’s stress and the wedding planner’s extravagant vision. With wedding season fast approaching, Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors is offering an exciting day of bridal bliss for both bride and groom. Brides and their grooms-to-be are invited to an exclusive afternoon Groom’s Event at Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors’ new showroom in River North (300 W. Grand) this Sunday, April 3, 2011 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Rather you’re a fiancée, a family member or a fellow groomsmen, come treat the groom in your life to wedding cake and tuxedo strawberries samplings by Tipsy Cake, grooming tips for the big day courtesy of John Allen’s, a selection of the finest hand-picked cigars by Cigar Dudes, Inc. and the opportunity to peruse the hottest wedding attire for both brides and grooms from Belle Vie Bridal Couture and Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors. Additionally, this event is sponsored by CS magazine. Guests will enjoy complimentary beer and champagne while browsing Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors extensive collection of sophisticated menswear. Available exclusively to guests of the event will be discounted offers on beauty sessions from VIP Chicago Brides.
Earlier this month, Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors celebrated its fifth year of sartorial splendor by the opening of a new loft-like showroom located in the heart of Chicago’s River North. When it comes to custom suiting, Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors takes the lead in every aspect of the word “custom.” From the exceptional handmade quality and craftsmanship to the hundreds of fabric offerings, accessories, and items exclusively made for the new location, Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors has all the items necessary to pull together a refined look.
Characterized by a masculine aesthetic of exposed brick and hardwood floors, this new showroomprovides the perfect backdrop for gentlemen to customize their wardrobes and enhance their lifestyle. Multiple intimate fitting areas in addition to dedicated custom suit, shirt and wedding displays add to the custom clothier experience. Accessories and guides on proper gentlemen’s etiquette are present throughout the space as well. Men can even stop in to learn wardrobe basics, with illustrated tutorials on how to tie top tie knots, top five pocket square folds, or how to optimally tuck in a shirt for that special occasion. Accessories and guides on proper gentlemen’s etiquette are present throughout the space as well. Grooms and gentlemen alike are presented with the ultimate shopping experience.
When Nicholas Joseph tried on his first custom suit it was love at first “custom fit.” He knows first-hand the power of a custom suit and his passion is clearly evident since the clothier’s inception in 2005. Joseph has made it his mission to make custom tailored suits and clothing for men at affordable price points without sacrificing quality, as well as to improve on the “typical” custom clothing experience for men nationwide. Today Nicholas Joseph Custom Tailors offers custom suits Made in the USA from a tailoring family that once suited both the Ford and Vanderbilt families.