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Digitally native Tailor on Tap tries on brick-and-mortar

Tailor on Tap has opened its first physical store – in partnership with BrandBox.

The Pittsburgh-based retailer, which offers custom clothing for young men and women, opened a location at Tysons Corner Center, Tysons, Va. Customers can review hundreds of suit and shirt fabrics, along with dozens of threads and buttons, to achieve their own unique look. Complementary wine and spirits are available.

Tailor on Tap opened the store in partnership with BrandBox, which provides short-term leases to online retailers who want try out brick-and-mortar retail. BrandBox is a division of Macerich, which owns Tysons Corner Center.

"I founded Tailor on Tap to provide high-end, tailor-made clothing to anyone from college students and athletes to young professionals. said Adam D'Angelo, founder and CEO. “Our new showroom allows them a chance to meet with stylists, browse fabrics, and create their unique pieces in comfort and style."

The company said that its “style consultants” are not your average retail employees.

“They're trained in fashion design and merchandising, and all have impeccable taste when it comes to putting patterns, colors, and designs together,” said Kayla Druga, VP of marketing.

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