European brands + beer. What more could you ask for?
If nothing about the current men’s clothing experience in Vancouver really works for you, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Between crowded shopping malls, clothes, and cuts that really don’t fit you right, and the lack of true fashion experts on hand when you need some advice, it’s easy to give up on expanding your wardrobe and stick with your old standards.
But don’t give up hope just yet, because on Friday, March 16th a brand new specialty menswear store is opening its doors in Vancouver – Emil Clothing Co.
Located on Homer Street in Yaletown, the premier clothing boutique is set to redefine what shopping means for guys in the city. This starts with service. Fashion advisors at Emil are dedicated to making sure that you enjoy your time in the store, from start to finish.
That’s why they have designed their Vancouver boutique to feel more like a lounge, somewhere you can relax and have a drink as you choose some new European brands for your wardrobe.
Right now the store carries Samsøe & Samsøe, SNS Herning, Citizens of Humanity, Paige, Blue Industry, Anderson’s, L.B.M 1911, Luigi Bianchi Mantova, Inis Meain, Sealup, Kamar, Paolo Albizzati and Cheaney (Shoes). And there’s going to be even more coming for future collections.
You won’t have to struggle with off-the-rack clothes that are either too tight or too baggy, because every product is fit to form. This extends from ready-to-wear casuals and coats to formal Italian suits, and it means you’re going to end up with clothes that fit your body type and make you look your absolute best.
One of the best things about Emil Clothing Co. that all Vancouverite guys will love is the fact that it’s a ‘one stop shop’. Fashion advisors in-store will help you put a whole outfit together, so all you have to do is chill and try your new apparel on for size.
Their approach isn’t like other stores, they would rather see you leave with nothing than make you suffer through an experience that you don’t genuinely enjoy. They care, and it shows.
Plus, the parlour-inspired store is located in the heart of Yaletown, so you can easily hit up a bar or restaurant to show off your new threads when you leave.
So if you want to get in on the ground floor of a new way to shop, check out the Emil when it opens its doors on March 16th and discover what this shopping experience is like for yourself.