World’s largest custom clothing company INDOCHINO launches in Australia
Suit up, gents. The global leader in made-to-measure apparel has landed on our shores to help you cut a sharper silhouette in your working and everyday life.
Canadian-based menswear giant INDOCHINO has officially arrived on Aussie soil to help roll up those sleeves, taper those waists and hem those pant legs. Helping chaps look dapper since 2007, the retailer has been shipping its custom suits to Australia for the past decade, but as of April has officially set up shop in the country – meaning all pricing is now displayed in Australian currency, shipping is a heck of a lot faster (suits now arrive within two weeks and duty free) and customers have unrestricted access to hundreds of customisable suit and shirt fabrics, chinos, blazers and sports coats. Australia is INDOCHINO’s first official launch outside of North America and will lay the foundations for bricks-and-mortar stores across the country in the future.
INDOCHINO disrupted the retail industry when it first burst onto the scene offering personalised, custom-fitting suits to the masses at prices comparable to its off-the-rack counterparts. The brand has since expanded into made-to-measure shirts, vests, chinos and blazers. The process kicks off with the customer building their online profile and getting measured in less than 10 minutes, before selecting from hundreds of premium fabrics and personalisation options such as pockets, buttons, linings, lapels and monograms. Your creation is then cut and crafted, before being shipped to your door within two weeks. Find out more about measurements and start shopping online.