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Suitsupply now also sells casual clothing

Suitsupply now also sells casual clothing

Starting today, Dutch fashion brand Suitsupply also has a casual clothing collection on sale, meant to supplement its well-known collection of suits.

Travel sweatpants

The collection has shoes, a hoody with matching sweatpants, T shirts and boxers, but the company currently has no plans to drastically expand this collection in the future.

 

"We mainly focus on suits and coats, but we wanted to add a collection with items that make you feel comfortable when you travel", Suitsupply USA's vice-president Nish de Gruiter said in an interview with WWD.

 

Same-day pick-up and fit clothes at home

It is not the only new addition to Suitsupply's services. On its Dutch web shop, customers from 4 different Dutch cities can come pick up their order on the same day. On the other hand, American customers can try out their clothes at home.

 

Suitsupply is also focusing on a sizeable foreign expansion and a recent collaboration with department store chain Bloomingdale's is another step into that direction.

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