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Introducing THE EDIT by Harry Rosen

 

 

 

As an ambitious member of the workforce, you appreciate the value in “looking the part.”

 

Your wardrobe is a vital way to convey your professionalism while you climb the career ladder. It’s about looking like a boss whether you sit in a cubicle or that coveted corner office.

 

With a unique history of outfitting generations of Canada’s business leaders throughout their careers, we understand that nothing expresses confidence like a well-fitting suit. It’s the bedrock of a good wardrobe.

 

Find the right one and it will offer you longevity and versatility. Knowing your attire is on-point, you can focus your attention on getting the job done.

 

Fortunately, you don’t have to sacrifice on quality or go into debt to look smart on the job. To illustrate this point, we’ve created THE EDIT from Harry Rosen. Start with a suit and add in two dress shirts, a tie and a pair of dress shoes and you’ve assembled the foundations of a great wardrobe.

 

Our curated outfits showcase internationally esteemed brands like BOSS, Canada’s JP Tilford Samuelsohn, Munro Tailoring Amsterdam, and Z Zegna with complete looks starting from $1,950.

 

Walk in for a suit, and walk out like you own the place.

 

“Since 1954 we’ve been servicing men throughout life’s major milestones,” says CEO Larry Rosen. “We’re especially committed to the next generation graduating from school and finding their place in the business world.”

 

At Harry Rosen you can collaborate with one of our expert Clothing Advisors to cater specifically to your unique preferences and body type. They have the experience and expertise to assist you in customizing your look – think of it as a smart investment with a high-return.

 

Put your personal stamp on your business attire and enjoy the world-class tailors, complimentary alterations and our legendary Lifetime Maintenance Guarantee as just some of the add-on benefits of shopping with us.

 


BOSS



Z Zegna



Munro



J.P. Tilford

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