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Men’s clothing retailer Indochino opens Greenwich location

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Indochino, a men’s custom apparel retailer, is opening its first Connecticut location today in Greenwich.

The new store at 343 Greenwich Ave. is the 44th outlet for the Vancouver-based chain, which promotes itself as making “customized clothing an affordable reality for men” through its selection of suits, tuxedos, chinos, overcoats, dress shirts and casual shirts. Indochino is planning additional New York metro area locations in Paramus, New Jersey, and Manhasset, New York, in the coming months.

“As we continue to see success developing the Indochino brand in the Northeast, we’re committed to extending our retail network outside of Manhattan – where we have three thriving locations – to areas where many more Americans live, work, and play,” said Drew Green, president and CEO of Indochino. “This will give men of all communities and professions greater access to exceptionally priced custom clothing.”

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