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Indochino’s Pop-Up Shop Returns to DC March 6

The wallet-friendly traveling tailor will be in town for ten days.

Indochino’s spring line offers a breadth of new color, fabric, and customization options. Photograph by Kate Warren.

In search of a custom suit for less? Here’s how you can get one: Starting next Thursday, the affordable made-to-measure suiting brand Indochino returns for another ten-day pop-up shop at LivingSocial’s 918 F Street venue.

Experts from the Canadian-born brand will be on site from 8 to 8 each day to take guests’ measurements and style full looks using pieces from Indochino’s new spring line, which includes 11 new suits with lighter fabrics and tons of new color, monogram, lapel, and vent options. Casual pieces, such as the brand’s best-selling chambray (in seven shades!), will also be available at the pop-up. Suits start at the comparatively low price of $449 and arrive at your doorstep within six weeks of ordering.

Appointments are available in 15-minute intervals, and anyone who books online will score a free dress shirt with any suit purchase.

Indochino. 8 to 8, March 6-16. 918 F St., NW.

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