Oct - 26 - 2017

Clothes tell us a lot about a man.  I’m a fan of those television shows that trace the ancestry of different celebrities each week.  One thing I notice is how often they use the clothing in photos to not only date the picture, but to measure the level of success achieved by the person in the photo.  Some will judge how well their ancestors were doing by the cut of their suit, the size and adornment of the hat worn by a great-grandmother, or other clues given by their mode of dress.  You wonder what made them buy the particular accessory they show off – was it inherited, bought with winnings at the poker table, or given as a memento of a job well done.

One things for certain, if there’s a gent in a photo from 1905 onward, looking dashing and well put together, there’s a good chance his suit came from Joseph A. Bank.  For over a century, they have designed and manufactured top quality men’s wear and continue to set the standard today.  They are known for custom-made suits, sportscoats, shirts and other wear sought by those with discriminating taste.  But trying to judge the financial status of a customer of Joseph A. Bank today could be misleading.  They have teamed up with Groupon to offer their top shelf merchandise at deeply discounted prices.  By using Groupon codes reserved exclusively for Jos A. Bank customers, the outstanding quality and design they are known for falls into reach of the most budget conscious shopper.  With discounts that save 50% off sale items, and great deals on formal wear, shoes and accessories – who wouldn’t shop the site.  You can buy two dress shirts for only $89, and save 70% of select suits.

As much as you’ve got to love them for their well-tailored clothes, you’ve also got to acknowledge their well-placed corporate giving.  Not only do you win when you make a purchase from the clothier, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Movember Foundation for men’s health awareness.

Now is a great time to shop for a new suit, shirt or coat.  100 years from now, your great-great-grandchildren will look at your smiling face in a photo and think how smart you were for saving money with Groupons.

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