Dress Code offers custom menswear at fraction of cost

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With home style consultants and complete personalization, the custom menswear company Dress Code manages to offer fitted clothing at a fraction of the normal cost.

Perhaps it’s due to the innovative business model founded by Adam Weber and Chase Murdock. In place of storefronts and advertising budgets, Dress Code sends a stylist to the home or office of the customer. Or perhaps it’s because all the clothing, including blazers, suits, shirts and slacks, comes directly from the manufacturer, cutting out the middle-man. Whatever the case may be, the customized and tailored suits, ranging from $249 to $349, are affordable and stylish.

“We have style consultants who will take measurements and make suggestions, but ultimately, how the suit looks and feels is completely up to you,” Weber said. “We have so many different fabrics, buttons, liners and other options to choose from.”

Along with feeling all the different fabrics and seeing all the color options, the style consultants will measure in 25 different places to make sure the suit is exactly the right fit. After the suit is selected and ordered, the customer will receive periodic updates about the process of making and delivering the clothing. After four to five weeks, the consultant will return and do a final fitting to ensure it is the best suit possible. If any alterations need to be made they will be done locally within a few days.

“We have a 100 percent fit and satisfaction guarantee,” Weber said. “If you don’t like the fit or the fabric, we’ll fix it completely or get you a whole new suit. We are so confident in our suits.”

And although the company has only been around for about a year, there is already a 45 percent reorder rate and word is spreading fast, Weber said. With service along the Wasatch Front, from Ogden to Provo, there is no excuse to buy a suit anywhere else. The company is even expanding to Las Vegas soon.

Along with suits, Dress Code offers fitted vests, blazers and shirts. The right look can make all the difference in a job interview or date, Weber said. The option to have a perfectly fitted outfit at an affordable price really makes Dress Code stand out from other clothing retailers. All body sizes and ages are able to find the clothing that flatters their body types. From slender to husky, everyone should take advantage of the fitted clothing, Weber said.

“We really offer something no one else has,” Weber said. “The clothing is of the highest quality, the prices are affordable and the service is terrific, and all of that is brought to your home or office.”

For more information or to set up a consultation, go to dresscodecustom.com.

Seth Bracken

Seth Bracken is the editor of QSaltLake

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  1. The clothing from Dress Code is the lowest quality clothing I have ever purchased. The price was outrageous for the crappy suit you get, and the service was terrible. Dress code was over 5 weeks in delivery the suit. They said it would take 6-8 weeks and 12 weeks later I do not have a suit that fits at all. I specifically asked them if I could get the suit within three months for my sisters wedding and they promised me I would no problem.

    You can see every stitch they took out and the creases from where they had to do "minor adjustments" (adjustments that were up to 3 inches off). The fabric and the liner are poor quality–it itches and makes sounds when you move. And the suit still doesn't even fit.

    Additionally, the service is terrible. We worked with the owner Chase Morgan, and he was rude and stubborn. No matter what I said, he would not give any kind of discount or return for delivery a terribly made suit over a month late. Not to mention for every single appointment they arrived late.

    So their statement “The clothing is of the highest quality, the prices are affordable and the service is terrific, and all of that is brought to your home or office.” is about as far from the truth as you can get.

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