Suits and Tuxedos for all tastes.
Suits and Tuxedos can be made to measure.
We can custom fit you.
We offer made to measure suits from S. Cohen.
Dress Shirts, Casual Shirts, Sweaters by Point Zero
Dress Pants, Casual Pants,
Cotton blend Casual Slacks:
Easy care in a washable fabric • Available in four colours.
Underwear, Cuff-links, Hats • We offer a large selection of ties.
Brandon, Manitoba R7A 4G1
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Tuesday – Friday
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Micro-check shirts are an ideal choice when you’re looking to freshen up your wardrobe.
The subtle pattern of white and a contrasting colour such as red, blue, or black, pairs as easily with a suit and tie as with jeans and a sweater.
A Suit that Suits
Ask anyone who has a custom-made suit what it’s like to wear one, and they will tell you how confident they feel.
“A well tailored garment offers style, comfort and a perfect fit,” says Brian Bromley, owner of Bromley’s Menswear. “Knowing you look your best inspires self confidence.”
If you lived in Brandon one hundred years ago, it was easy to order such a suit. You just went to the Crawford Block on Rosser Avenue.
There you would find Wm. S. Gooden, ‘Brandon’s Most Reliable Men’s Clothier, Furnisher, Hatter and Merchant Tailor, with tailored suits made by our own expert workmen.’
Over time however, production costs for the labour-intensive service increased until it was no longer affordable for local shops to offer the custom service.
But now, it’s (almost) back to the future.
Technology has made it possible to once again order a custom-made suit from a locally-owned menswear shop.
This time, it’s Bromley’s, at 306-10th Street.
“We take our customer’s measurements and help them choose the fabric, colour, sleeve style, buttons, stitching, and lining,” says Brian.
The suit is then made in Montreal by S. Cohen.
Bromley’s also stocks ready-to-wear suits, starting at $240, as well as shirts, and accessories.
Brian began working in retail at Eaton’s, in the late 1970’s.
“I managed various departments but never worked in menswear, which what I was really interested in,” he says.
In later years, Brian worked at two different menswear stores before opening his own shop in 2007.
His goal is to help customers choose clothing they will look good in and wear often.
“You don’t need a lot of clothes, if you have basic items that fit well and feel comfortable wearing, you can mix and match to get several different looks.
– reprinted from Brandon Now magazine