The Men's Wearhouse Story
How A Brand Came to Be
Men's Wearhouse has been offering quality and personalized service for more than 35 years. George Zimmer first appeared in Men's Wearhouse commercials in 1985, demonstrating the authenticity of the brand. Everyone knows his famous line: "You're going to like the way you look. I guarantee it."
Selling With Soul
The story of the Men's Wearhouse is a story of customer service. Our wardrobe consultants go beyond a customer's initial request to make sure he is truly satisfied with his shopping experience.
Whatever Suits You
We're more than just a suit store. Men's Wearhouse carries the latest styles in denim—Lucky Jeans, 7 For All Mankind, Kenneth Cole, Buffalo David Bitton and more. When you visit the Men's Wearhouse, you can find everything you need for your wardrobe, from casual to formal.
The Men's Wearhouse headquarters covers 47 acres. This is where the magic happens—retail items and tuxedo rentals are distributed to 1,100 Men's Wearhouse stores across the nation. Every 2.5 hours, 2500 tuxedos are delivered.
George Zimmer, founder of Men's Wearhouse, travels to universities around the country to talk about leadership, management style and internal culture. His career has proven that there's more to business than just formulas. As George says, "Work doesn't have to be a four-letter word."
Needle and Thread Men
Men's Wearhouse has master tailors at each retail store, where they alter garments to perfectly fit a customer. Most of our tailors have been working for the company for many years, so you can be sure you'll be satisfied with the fit of your garment. Our Needle & Thread Men guarantee it.
Men's Wearhouse has one of the largest green cleaning facilities in the world, located in Houston, Texas. We proudly use Green Earth, an environmentally-friendly solvent, to clean our rental tuxedos. No hazardous cleaning chemicals used in the plant.
Pomp and Circumstances
With nearly 3 million tuxedos rented each year, Men's Wearhouse is a proud provider of formalwear. The rental experience is truly convenient—you can order, pick up and drop off your tuxedo at any Men's Wearhouse location.
Alicia Hankes, fashion stylist, relies on Men's Wearhouse to dress the four main characters in a movie called "American Dream." Whether you're an architect, banker, actor or lawyer, the Men's Wearhouse carries the clothing that suits your lifestyle.
Oh Canada! Moores, a Canadian subsidiary of Men's Wearhouse, has been growing successfully in recent years. The secret to its success? Good suits, great value and excellent customer service.