Monthly Archives: November 2016

  • black friday deals

    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.

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    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.

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  • Solid colored shirts are great to have but can be a little boring sometimes. So why not wear patterned shirts with your suit? Here are some essential patterns to have in your wardrobe if you decide to be a little more adventurous:

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  • 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.

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  • Sew a Button on a Suit

    In honor of National Button Day, which is today, we've decided to teach you all how to sew a button on a suit. It's an important skill to have, as you never know when a button may accidentally pop off. Suit jackets and pants are heavier than button-down shirts, so the technique for suit repair is a bit different. Without further ado, here is how to sew a button on a suit.

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  • Raising awareness while also looking very manly. Raising awareness while also looking very manly.

    No Shave November, or Movember to some, is done to raise awareness. We at Hundred Dollar Suits applaud such efforts and would like to offer some help in making your facial hair look good, even if you can’t shave it off.

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  • HDS goes out to celebrate and remember our veterans! HDS goes out to celebrate and remember our veterans!

    Veteran’s Day is a holiday to commemorate the fallen veterans as well as a day used to honor those who are serving to protect us. There are many parades held in honor of Veteran’s Day, including the famed New York Veteran’s Day Parade, named America’s Parade by some. Started in 1919, it has become the nation’s largest Veteran’s Day Parade, with more than 25,000 people in attendance annually.

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  • slim fit tuxedo Today we'll be talking about our latest addition to the Hundred Dollar Suits store -- tuxedos. And just in time for the holidays! If you find yourself being invited to fancy parties and galas this season, our tuxedos present an affordable way to look your best. Here's a bit about the Slim Fit Tuxedo.

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    The Basics of Thread Count Suits

    Thread Count Suits are usually well cut. If you're unsure what thread count has to do with suit care, read on. Here's why we use a Super 150 thread count for optimal wear. A thread count refers to the number of threads used per square inch. This lets people know the fineness or thinness of the individual threads spun into the yarn, which is woven into the cloth used for sewing Thread Count Suits. The higher the number, the thinner the fibers, hence the smoother and more comfortable the cloth feels. For Thread Count Suits, there is an optimal count range for comfort and durability.

    What Are Thread Count Suits?

    Thread Count Suits generally range from 80-180 thread count for optimal wear. So, how are we at Hundred Dollar Suits doing in this department? Pretty great. Super 150 thread count is an excellent number to be at; Super 120 is as well. This is because you want Thread Count Suits that are comfortable for everyday wear, but you also want it to last through many wears. If a suit's thread count is too high, the material is much thinner, meaning it's easier to tear it. If a suit's thread count is too low, it won't be fun to walk around in. So by having Thread Count Suits at 120-150 is a standard for durability and comfort all in one.

    If you ever need a visual aid to help you further understand about Thread Count Suits, just watch our video below and you will learn a few things.


    Now we’ve learned what a super 150 thread count means for your suit. Although there are a few other factors which determine a suit’s quality -- including the actual fiber sewn into its cloth -- a Super 150 thread count will ensure the best wear for your suit.

    Thread Count Suits For Style & Comfort

    Knowing that we offer quality made Thread Count Suits right here at Hundred Dollar Suits, we do it so you get the best at an affordable price. Now you don’t have to sacrifice your sense of fashion and how you want to feel when you put on your suit. Long wearing, durability and style is what makes these Thread Count Suits sought after in the market. Besides, nothing boosts confidence more than a good feeling and looking suit. If you wonder how Thread Count Suits measure up in terms of fashion, with the count of 120-150 you can expect the suits to look much more refined and sleek. Don’t wait, get shopping or browsing our best selection of Thread Count Suits online now!

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    The election is upon us and we could all use a little levity. An easy way to do this is just by adding some patriotic accessories to remind each other that we go through all this for the sake of the country. Here are some suggestions to help show some national pride around the office without looking tacky.

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