American style means a lot to us. We are inspired by true iconic Americans: JFK, Charles Eames, Paul Newman, Ernest Hemingway, Teddy Roosevelt, even Steve McQueen, James Dean, or Hunter S. Thompson — these men epitomize American style for us, by both the way they dressed and how they lived.
We work exclusively with the few, premier American factories that we consider to be some of the best in the world. Each product we put our name on is uniquely American, beautifully constructed, and built to last. Our clothes are made to mold to your body over time and get better with age. It’s the way clothes should be made and we think you’ll notice the difference.
At READ WALL, we take pride in providing you with the type of experience that has characterized the American man for centuries. Our showroom is a place you can feel comfortable, so feel free to grab a seat and stay a while. Come expecting beautifully crafted garments, a traditional fitting process, and a our signature cocktail: bourbon, in a glass, with (or without) ice.
Our process is pretty simple: we take your measurements using an old-fashioned tape measure and trained eye for tailoring. We're not Airport Security, so we've decided to nix the 3D body scanners -- nor are we the hotel-room tailor with little regard for your personal space. While we’re happy to offer advice and guidance to get you looking your best, taking measurements by hand allows our team to take into account your preferences when you get fitted.
Our suits and sport coats are made with either a half or full canvas and a traditional American ‘natural’ shoulder. Our shirts contain no fusibles — only sewn-in, floating interfacings. All of these details add up to a garment that will mold to your body and will provide many years of faithful service.
There are a few factories in the United States that are still making clothes the way they should be made, focusing on quality, longevity, and craftsmanship -- cornerstones of American-made goods. Every product we make is crafted at a factory that has a story deeply rooted in American ideals, stories that have inspired us to celebrate union-made goods and the integrity and history of these factories that goes hand in hand.