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Gents, now you can snag suits made on the fly with the new Suitsupply, the Amsterdam-based men's clothing store that just opened at the Grand Canal Shoppes. While the store seems to be under the impression that locals don't have real jobs ("Apparently, residents of Las Vegas actually have normal office jobs, too," the company says on its Website.), they do claim to have suits, blazers, shirts, shoes and accessories to gear up for a night on the town.
Inside, a tailoring bar where suits can be fitted on the fly. Even better, the tailoring bar situated front and center lets high-rollers stroll in, try on a few suits and walk out minutes later with a perfectly tailored look.
The 2,100-square-foot store, which took over the former Elysee & Co. space, is the brand's eighth U.S. opening in the past two years alone.
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