Miami, NYC, Salt Lake… Boise? Custom men’s clothier opens downtown shop

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Bespoke Custom Clothing recently opened a men’s clothing boutique in Downtown Boise. The store went into the former Freak Alley Gallery indoor space at 210 N. 9th St.

The Boise location is the retailer’s fourth, after New York City, Miami, FL and Salt Lake City, UT.

The company provides custom men’s clothing. Customers can come into the store for a fitting or meet with a consultant at home or work.

“We do not have any pre-made clothing,” Bespoke notes on its about page. “Your haberdasher takes 34 measurements of your person… We take note of your posture, shoulder slope, and we even accommodate for the size of your watch!”

Once measurements are in, Bespoke works with a customer to custom-design clothes: suits, slacks and the like. Bespoke also provides wedding clothing for men.

An employee tells BoiseDev that the Boise location will also offer custom women’s clothing.

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