Fashion Expert, Trained Tailor and Master Clothier, Tom Comeau, Publishes a New Blog Explaining the Professional Power of a Tailored Wardrobe

Tom Comeau, Founder of Michael Thomas Clothiers, prestigious custom tailoring and fashion consultation company, features a powerful perspective of career progress as it relates to appearance.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – September 20, 2011Tom Comeau, Founder of Michael Thomas Clothiers, prestigious custom tailoring and fashion consultation company, recently published a blog on his website that asserts the relationship between professional image and career growth potential. The blog, titled “Suit Up: You’re Going Places,” reports that a custom styled suit paired with professionally selected accessories help your superiors envision you in a higher position than you currently are.

Comeau writes, “The truth is, business is no longer a casual experience. And don’t let your “casual” work environment fool you. Men and women who dress at the level of their colleagues benefit from camaraderie, while those professionals who dress a slight step above their peers benefit from being seen as qualified for career growth. Dress up, not just to fit in, but to gain a clear competitive advantage. Custom tailored clothing can assist you with this goal.”

“By utilizing a professional clothier, you will quickly gain traction in your own career growth and accelerate your professional progress. The power of an updated, upgraded and custom fitted and styled wardrobe silently speaks volumes. Not just suits. At Michael Thomas Clothiers, we fit men and women with custom selected accessories like French-cuff dress shirts, distinctive cuff links, high-quality neckties and classic shoes to present a complete visual package,” reports Comeau.

Michael Thomas Clothiers has been providing high style, custom tailored clothing for men and women for decades. The family-owned business offers their clients a lifetime of experience and expertise. Whether working with a client on a custom wardrobe consultation, personal fitting, alterations, or valet services, each client is treated with the utmost care and service. Clients of Michael Thomas Clothiers enjoy prestigious clothing that takes their image to the next level, socially and professionally.

The entire blog can be found at

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About Michael Thomas Clothiers:

M.T. Clothiers has a passion: Making clients look their very best with custom clothing of unparalleled quality and design. Founder, Tom Comeau, has decades of experience selecting luxurious fabrics and meticulously designing garments that fit the personal and professional image of each individual customer, both gentlemen and ladies.

About Tom Comeau:

Tom brings a rich 35-year experience in tailoring and fashion to his work at M.T. Clothiers. He started his journey into the world of fashion, working in the shoe industry as a teen, and he also studied at the Hart Shaffner Marx Factory in Chicago. He has trained with master tailors at Raleigh’s Haberdasher, perfecting his skills in styling and design and winning many awards for his work. He is certified by the Men’s Retail Association as well. Tom can offer you a perfect fit, elegant design and professional service that will result in suits, jackets, trousers and shirts that enhance your image and will prove to be an investment for years to come.

About the Michael Thomas Clothiers Team:

Tom is joined at M.T. Clothiers by wife Lori, son Michael and daughter Kristen in a growing family business that has acquired an extremely loyal following.  M.T. Clothiers will ensure a proper fit in garments that not only flatter clients, but convey an air of sophistication, elegance and professionalism – benefitting every life endeavor, whether it is in the business or social arena. If only the exceptional will do, contact Tom, Lori, Michael or Kristen. This top-performing team promises a shopping experience that will exceed expectations, and custom clothing that will ensure every client stands out from the rest.

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