DEC Presents: A Haberdasher’s Guide to Business Attire




DEC Presents:  A Haberdasher’s Guide to Business Attire

Join us at the DEC on Thursday, February 13 from 10:30 a.m. -  11:30 a.m. in the Board Rm. You will walk-away with a better understanding on dressing appropriately for every occasion.


Did you know there are 8 classifications for men’s dress attire?  It makes it easy to understand why so many are confused by the difference between business casual vs. business dress attire.  Let our haberdasher, Jay Curatti, clear the air with a guide to dressing appropriately for all occasions.  His program was so popular last year, that we asked him to bring in some sample fabrics and clothing to make it easier for you to see the difference of styles in person.

Presenter:  Jay Curatti

Tom James, founded in 1966, the world's largest full service, private clothier. They own/operate nine tailoring facilities, with 94% of their products made in the United States. They also ownseveral mills which are contently recognized by the industry as the best of the best.  In addition, they are vendors for items like Allen Edmonds,
Johnston & Murphy, Ferragamo, Trafalgar, Robert Graham, John Varvatos, J. Campbell and many others.

Jay personally celebrated his 21st anniversary with Tom James on January 3, 2014.  Customer service is the #1 focus of his business, realizing sales are a by-product and not the primary focus.  Jay's desire is to help each client balance, coordinate and maintain their wardrobe.

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  • Kermit M.

    Great information and wonderful questions.

    February 13

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