Who We Are
SuitFellas is a leading retailer committed to becoming the most loved and trusted b&m store and on the web by offering superior quality goods, everyday low prices, same day shipping and stellar customer service.
SuitFellas earns the loyalty of fashion-enthusiasts and novice e-shoppers alike. We pride ourselves in providing the best possible: value, quality and service, all the time. More than 50% of our business is through repeat customers and referrals.
We look forward to making a lifelong customer out of you, yes you.
We can be reached 7 days a week from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM PST via
email at: firstname.lastname@example.org , By Phone at: 213-627-7111
Or by mail to our Retail Location:
SuitFellas, 758 S Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014
More locations coming soon!
We do offer a 100% satisfaction Guarantee. Full refund given on Unaltered, Unworn merchandise with tags attached, received back within 15 days of receipt. The return shipping is the customer's responsibility.
Most of our suits feature:
Interlining canvas, cotton, felt, or horsehair are sewn-in or fused in our suits to give them their three-dimensional shape. Following traditional techniques coupled with state of the art machinery and experienced workers we create suits that withstand many wear and dry clean cycles without loosing their shape.
Using superior trade marked waist band making technology, our pants are most comfortable and durable by the highest industry standards. Two inches of extra fabric is reserved in the back of all pants so they can be adjusted by easy alteration to fit each person's need.
We use "French facing", "straight facing", or "edge facing" combined with piping and hand stitching to attach the lining to the shell. This process assures durability and stability in the construction of our suits. To implement a particular facing for each suit we consider the pattern of the fabric and the suit styling and hence creating a suit with complimentary lining face.
We only use azo-free dyes to make our fabrics. Azo-free dyes are required for European markets but not compulsory for America. Active dye process is used making a longer lasting and resilient fabric with colors that are enviromentaly friendly, odorless, and safe for human skin.