‘Modern haberdashery’ will offer tradition work and ready-to-wear fashion
Read Wall will open subsequent to Bonobos on Bethesda Avenue.
A Washington, D.C.-based menswear tradesman will be expanding to downtown Bethesda subsequent week.
Read Wall is set to open Thursday in a former Kit and Ace space during 4838 Bethesda Ave., a orator for a association pronounced Friday.
The store will concentration on American-made custom-fitted shirts, suits and other clothing, though will also offer a preference of ready-to-wear items. It will embody a wise area and a arrangement space.
Read Wall brands itself as a “modern haberdashery” that offers updated versions of classical styles of menswear, orator Conor Siegel said. The store joins Bethesda Row’s brew of restaurants and sell shops, including habit stores J. McLaughlin, Francesca’s Collections and Bonobos, that is subsequent door.
He pronounced Read Wall was vehement to continue to grow in a D.C. area before branching off elsewhere, and pronounced he hoped Bethesda shoppers would be meddlesome in a peculiarity a company’s second store will offer.
“There are a lot of companies already offered well-made garments on Bethesda Row,” Siegal said. “I consider that there’s unequivocally an opening for someone who unequivocally creates good workwear for a male who needs it.”
Read Wall’s D.C. plcae allows business to report tailoring appointments online, with options from habit refreshes to marriage outfits to shoe fittings. Custom shirts start during $150. It also serves scotch with appointments.
Kit and Ace, a Canadian habit seller and Lululemon spinoff, sealed all a U.S. brick-and-mortar stores in late April as a association shifted to online retail. It had non-stop in Nov 2015.