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Custom suits were once the domain of millionaire playboys and Wall Street hotshots. Now, however, INDOCHINO, the world’s largest made-to-measure menswear company, will build you a custom suit for under $400. Tailored to your exact measurements, your suit will be crafted from top-of-the-line materials and will fit unlike any in your closet. It’s an affordable investment that will pay dividends every time you wear it. All you have to do is select your fabric, customize your suit, and punch in your measurements. Then, sit back and relax as the best suit you’ve ever owned is made and shipped to you.

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When Batch dropped the Editor shirt in Forest Green, it was a pretty huge hit. Now they’ve brought that same eye-catching color to their Tactician Utility Shirt and you can rest assured it will fly off their shelves as well. So what is the Tactician? It’s Batch’s most technically styled utility shirt, meaning it boasts desirable details like a no-fuss button-down collar, mother of pearl buttons, and 18 stitches per inch (most off-the-rack casual shirts only offer 10 to 12). On top of that, you’ll find reinforced seams for added durability and expanding chest pockets for your EDC. All that adds up to a well-made shirt that works both with denim and chinos, at work and on weekends. And since all Batch shirts are made in small batches, you know the quality will be up to snuff. The contemporary tailored fit keeps you looking good no matter where you wear it.

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