From time to time I like to share email I’ve gotten from Davelle customers. Here’s a wonderful note I just received this week:
Here are a couple of photos of me in the tuxedo from Davelle at the 27th annual L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future awards
My first-place winning short story, “Maddy Dune’s First and Only Spelling Bee” appears in L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future
Volume 27, the year’s most anticipated collection of science fiction and fantasy. The book is available at most bookstores and on-line now.
Thanks for your help getting me ready for the big gala and book signing in Hollywood. Now that I own a tux I guess I’ll have to get busy winning
some more awards!
Patrick is the picture of confidence standing on stage in his custom-tailored tuxedo, and I must say he looks like a million bucks!
Here’s another email from a longtime Davelle customer:
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to thank you for once again helping me with my business wardrobe. When I first stopped by your shop about eight years ago, you took the time to learn about me, what I do for a living, and who I interact with on a regular basis, all of which are critical to how I’m dressed. Your attention to detail and suggestions for pairings with my suits are impeccable. What continues to amaze me is your memory, as I’m pretty sure that you know every suit that I’ve purchased over the years and make suggestions for accessories that will pair well with both new purchases and my older suits.
My position requires that I present to corporate boards of directors and senior executives regularly, and I’m always confident that I’ve dressed appropriately thanks to you and your staff at Davelle.
I recently began hosting a video program for members of our association the National Association of Corporate Directors. I’m sure you’ll recognize your suits, shirts, and ties in each episode.
While I present to groups all the time, I’m by no means comfortable in front of a camera. That said – I know I’ll be well dressed!
Thanks for the wonderful note Peter! You know, you’re absolutely correct; I remember every button and stitch in your television wardrobe!
I would like to think that Davelle Clothiers is a small component of each and every one of our customers’ successes, from award-winning writer to CFO, to soccer star. When the clothes a man wears exude quality, style and a calm confidence, the person wearing the clothes naturally commands attention and respect.
It’s what I call a style asset.