Your Suit for Every Day
People often overlook stockings for the goods under the tree; this is something that we're about to change. We believe a stocking is the perfect place to put something small, neat, and useful. This year you can surprise the man in your life -- be it father, brother, significant other, or friend -- with something exciting in the stocking. Here are some of our ideas for suit-related stocking stuffers for men.
This gift may normally be put under the tree, but it fits perfectly in a stocking. Why waste that space? Of all the stocking stuffers for men on this list, this one is probably the most useful.
With this stocking stuffer, he can jot down ideas, notes, and whatever else may come to mind. Also, it'll fit right in his suit jacket pocket.
Tie clips: semi-useful, professional, and small enough for stockings. With the success of Mad Men, tie clips have come back in style. Why not debut a new look for 2017?
Suits and cigars, right? They go hand in hand. Or, if he's not into smoking, you can always go with some chocolate candy cigars instead!
One can never have too many socks. Plain, patterned, thick, thin, the options are seemingly endless. Silly socks seem to be in style right now as well. Therefore, you can't go wrong with this gift.
He may need a pocket square one day. As the old saying goes, "dress for the job you want, not the job you have." A pocket square may be just the thing that he needs to get the new job or promotion.
Hopefully we've given you some ideas on what to fill your guy's stocking with. And if you have any ideas for other suit-related stocking stuffers for men, let us know in the comments!
Happy Free Shipping Day! Today, December 16th, is the once-a-year free shipping holiday -- and just in time for the holidays. There are over 1,000 participating retailers, so be sure to check out your favorite stores' sites today. Free shipping is nice, but why celebrate it just once a year? Here at Hundred Dollar Suits, every day is Free Shipping Day.
Paying for Shipping is a Bummer
Paying for shipping, and waiting for the shipment, are really the only downsides to shopping online. The benefits seem to far outweigh the disadvantages; you get to avoid the hassle of the crowds, long lines, bad parking spots, and more. But when it comes to shipping... why pay $7 to ship something you could just go out and get on the spot? Of course, sometimes companies have promotions for free shipping, such as spending over $50. Or you could pay a yearly fee for free shipping, such as with Amazon Prime. Or you could shop here, where shipping is free for suits all the time, without any gimmicks.
Why we Offer Free Shipping
We offer free shipping on our suits because we're an entirely e-commerce business. There is no physical Hundred Dollar Suits store you can go to. That's why we want to make buying our products as easy as possible for our customers. Free shipping is a perk we like to offer, so you don't have to stress about it. Free returns are also included in the free shipping deal.
But since this is Free Shipping Day, we should also mention that this holiday isn't only about shipping. Other promotional deals are generally offered as well by companies who are participating. Retailers have also assured that your packages will arrive by Christmas Eve. So if you're planning on doing some last-minute holiday shopping, today is the time to do it.
Hear me out on this one. I know that suspenders evoke images of Steve Urkel-like nerds and Larry King, but I think we can all pull them off if we try. This accessory is far underrated, especially when it comes to suit wear. They're unique, and they're good for your health. Here are four reasons why you should ditch your belt for some suspenders.
Many men like to think that clothing care is a responsibility meant for the women in their lives. But James Bond’s suits are always crisp, and he doesn't have a stable girlfriend. No matter how many rooftops he's leaped across, his suits are always looking good. Keep your suits as clean as Bond’s all by yourself -- you just need to follow a few easy suit care tips. Here we have our very own James Bond, named Frankie the Bear, to demonstrate how durable our suits are.
As a word of caution: think twice before wearing bow ties. Do not let that statement scare you out of ever wearing a bow tie, just think about it before you make the plunge. Bow ties have come back into fashion -- they're no longer only for older gentleman and academics. To pull off a bow tie you need a sense of playfulness, mixed in with the right amount of confidence. Here are a few things to consider when wearing bow ties.
Whether you loved 2016 or hated 2016, I think we can all get excited about a brand new year. While it's only the beginning of December, it's not too early to start thinking about your New Year's Eve plans for ringing in 2017. If you don't feel like standing in Times Square to watch the ball drop, here are New Year's Eve events in NYC that you can go to instead.
It's everyone's favorite time of the year: Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Here are two holidays where we can be found gorging ourselves -- first on food, and then on deals. And here at Hundred Dollar Suits we're happy to announce that we will be taking part in Black Friday as well. In fact, we're extending our Black Friday sale all the way into Cyber Monday. So we're here to give you the best deals throughout the weekend.
Unfortunately, not all of us can’t make it back home for Thanksgiving for some reason or another. Some of us are also lousy cooks. For those in need of some help this holiday, NYC has got your back. With a lot of places open for Thanksgiving, with many offering special Thanksgiving Day specials and Thanksgiving prix fixe menus, we compiled a list of places worth visiting if you find yourself flying solo or just don’t feel like cooking this year.
The night before Thanksgiving has a lot of nicknames. Affectionately called Thanksgiving Eve, it is also known as Blackout Wednesday or Drunksgiving by the younger crowd. Between catching up with hometown friends, stress from the holiday, or just simply celebrating the day off tomorrow, the night before Thanksgiving can be the biggest bar night of the year, more so than St. Patrick’s Day in many cities. We make a few recommendations, to help you avoid the swarms of drunken college students while also having a memorable time.