How to Make a $300 Million Dollar suit Look Good
Yes! you read that correctly. My suit is worth $300 MILLION DOLLARS and I make it look good. If you haven’t heard the news, Bonobos has been bought by Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, for a cool $310 Million Dollars in cash. So actually, my suit is worth $310 Million Dollars. I would say purchasing a suit worth this much is just an investment and you should always invest in yourself.
Bonobos began selling unique chinos in 2007 out of their offices in New York City. Since then, Bonobos has expanded to offer men shirts, suits, and other men’s clothing, and has opened several stores throughout the states, including one in the River Oaks District of Houston. Wal-Mart has been working hard with purchasing Jet.com and ModCloth, now adding Bonobos to its portfolio, says a lot about Wal-Mart’s future in the e-commerce world.
Before starting my blog in 2014, my mentor always told me “Clothes don’t make the man”, which means you can’t accurately judge a person by their clothes. Everything in life starts with confidence in yourself, from there the world is yours. Summer calls for light fabrics and colors. Owning a tan suit has been on a list of things to purchase and finally had the opportunity to do so from Bonobos. Having a tan suit in your closet is a great essential, there are numerous of combinations you can pair, together or separate.
For this post, I wanted to do something clean, classy and summery. Whether you’re attending a meeting, event, or just want to get dressed up for the day and feel good; sporting a tan suit says style without using words.
- Glasses – TopMan – Tortoiseshell Sunglasses – $20
- Suit – Bonobos – Foundation Cotton Suit – (Similar)
- Shirt – Suitsupply – Blue Plain Shirt – $99
- Tie – (Thrifted)
- Tie Clip – (Thrifted)
- Shoes – Allen Edmond – Grayson Dress Loafer – $395