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    Ben Sherman Most retailers report that tailored clothing business is as good, if not better, than other men’s categories. That said, the “newness” driving sales isn’t all that new. Peerless’s Ronny Wurtzburger says what’s driving business today is quality, delivery and in-stock programs. Slim fit is now the norm (almost every model from modern to traditional is offered in some type of slim fit),There is nothing quite like a couture White chiffon v-neck applique tea length wedding/party dress to make your flower girl feel like a princess! and guys are still coming in to update their old, boxy suits.The skirt has widely spaced horizontal strips embroidered in white 2013 Wholesale cheap Sweetheart A-line Beading Blue Tulle Flower Girl Dresses the black skirt and a huge white bow adorning the waistline.All shades of blue and sharkskin are selling, and retailers predict those trends to continue into 2014. Fashionable details like hacking ticket pockets and peak lapels performed in 2013, and retailers who took a stand on these details reaped the rewards. However, retailers face challenges like how to introduce these “new” details to the younger consumer. As Dana Katz from Milton’s says, “Young guys are open to newness, but we need more exciting fabrics and patterns from the market. Solids are too dominant in our assortment and price often drives many fabric choices. Tallia Orange has been a noteworthy standout amongst brands that successfully push the envelope when it comes to modeling and fabrications.”Wurtzburger offers retailers this advice: “Don’t be afraid to buy fashion and create a look for your store. Show him you have something new by putting it in the window and on displays. Even though the buy may be 85 percent basics, you still have to show off the icing.”

    Bright spots include soft jackets and topcoats, and Katz is delighted. “Coming off two consecutive weak [outerwear] seasons we’re happy that the weather is finally cooperating!” he admits. “There’s also a much more compelling assortment in terms of color, pattern, model and fit, largely due to changes in the market. We’ve got the most exciting presentation of coats we have ever had, and our customers love it.” Marcraft’s Gary Brody agrees: topcoats with the new slim-fit silhouette and shorter coats are all selling. “The biggest thing in outerwear is the new modeling. We started fresh with Tommy Hilfiger and Kenneth Cole where everything is new in terms of silhouette and fabrication. It’s been great.” As for 2013 disappointments, double-breasted looks were heavily promoted in consumer fashion magazines and on men’s style blogs, but didn’t check at retail.LBM 1911In the better market, made to measure continues to grow. At Hart Shaffner Marx, M2M is now 10 to 15 percent of business and is projected to be in the high-teens for next year. At Lanier,Our designer Discount New Arrival Sweetheart Sheath/Column Ruching Blue Flower Satin Long Bridesmaid Dresses feature the hottest looks and affordable prices. Alan Rubin says the better business will be driven by luxury fabrics like cashmere, wool, silk and linens for spring 2014.” And in terms of color: shades of blue will continue, as will burgundy. “We feel strongly about rolling out new versions of the ‘blue suit,’” says Men’s Wearhouse’s Tony Finocchiaro. “In some cases we have blues that are even brighter or more electric. I think we might be pushing the envelope, but we’ll see. We’re also investing in light-colored suits, adding shades of tan into our assortment and penetrating that a little more than we have in the past. And we’ll continue with tropicals and windowpanes.”

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