Men's Wearhouse

★★★☆☆
  • 2110 N Rainbow Boulevard

    Las Vegas, NV 89108

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  • 702-636-1346

About Men's Wearhouse

Categories
  • Men's Clothing
  • Clothing Stores
  • Tuxedos
  • Clothing Accessories Stores
  • Custom Suits
  • Custom Men's Clothing
  • Custom Shirts
  • Tailors & Alterations
  • Jeans
  • Boy's Clothing
Details
  • Shop Online
  • Alterations
  • Tuxedos
Hours
M 10:30am-9pm, Tu 10:30am-8:30pm, W 10:30am-9pm, Th-Sa 10am-9pm, Su 11am-6pm
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I have been a customer of The Mens Wearhouse ("TMW") since I purchased a suit for my first post-college interview in 2001. I work for an international public accounting firm and maintaining a professional appearance is a big part of my career. TMW has always provided a quality product and great service until recently. I had thought that while TMW always provided me great service for my business suits, they would provide the same service for my wedding. That wasn't the case. In short, they charged me a rush fee, when they lost my measurements from 2 months prior. Then when it came time to reimburse, there was no record of our phone conversation. When it came time to get the free suit, it was a Sunday, and I was told to come back since customer service was not open on Sundays and could not 'extend my certificate.' I made a reasonable request to select the suit and take my alterations to only submit it to the tailor the next day, once customer service reactivated the certificate. My request was denied. I work in excess of 60 hours a week and travel away from home consistently. What makes them think I have the time to come back anytime soon? The customer service has really gone down in the past 6 months, and I am taking my business elsewhere. Loyal customers deserve better service.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have been a customer of The Mens Wearhouse ("TMW") since I purchased a suit for my first post-college interview in 2001. I work for an international public accounting firm and maintaining a professional appearance is a big part of my career. TMW has always provided a quality product and great service until recently. I had thought that while TMW always provided me great service for my business suits, they would provide the same service for my wedding. That wasn't the case. In short, they charged me a rush fee, when they lost my measurements from 2 months prior. Then when it came time to reimburse, there was no record of our phone conversation. When it came time to get the free suit, it was a Sunday, and I was told to come back since customer service was not open on Sundays and could not 'extend my certificate.' I made a reasonable request to select the suit and take my alterations to only submit it to the tailor the next day, once customer service reactivated the certificate. My request was denied. I work in excess of 60 hours a week and travel away from home consistently. What makes them think I have the time to come back anytime soon? The customer service has really gone down in the past 6 months, and I am taking my business elsewhere. Loyal customers deserve better service.

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I'm not sure what Nick D was getting at with his review. I'm a huge fan of Men's Wearhouse. Unlike some other suit stores I felt that this store had a personal touch that made me feel like I could get to best service for a great price. The consultant I worked with and frequently visit has some very famous clients. Ranging from Oscar winning actors to pro athletes to many prominent celebrities. The suits range from $200 to $1000, but the higher end suits were in the $800s much less than Barney's and Saks, current for the season, and amazing quality! I've also bought many custom suites made from them and love how easy it is! The store carries jeans, sport coats, golf wear and clothing I can wear to the club which makes one stop shopping easy for me.

I've been wearing high end suits my whole life and was amazed at the selection! This company offers Yves Saint Laurent, Givency, Zegna, Armani, Michael Kors, as well as their private labels. The tailors are amazing and have tailored for many of the above designers. My alterations were quick, low cost, and made me look amazing! I don't know what Nick D is trying to say about it, but most suits do have to be tailored and GQ most certainly explains that in their articles. Thanks to the amazing staff and service that I get at this fine retailer!

And by the way, every Men's Wearhouse I've visited has a five way mirror to see every angle!

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★★★★☆

I'm not sure what Nick D was getting at with his review. I'm a huge fan of Men's Wearhouse. Unlike some other suit stores I felt that this store had a personal touch that made me feel like I could get to best service for a great price. The consultant I worked with and frequently visit has some very famous clients. Ranging from Oscar winning actors to pro athletes to many prominent celebrities. The suits range from $200 to $1000, but the higher end suits were in the $800s much less than Barney's and Saks, current for the season, and amazing quality! I've also bought many custom suites made from them and love how easy it is! The store carries jeans, sport coats, golf wear and clothing I can wear to the club which makes one stop shopping easy for me.

I've been wearing high end suits my whole life and was amazed at the selection! This company offers Yves Saint Laurent, Givency, Zegna, Armani, Michael Kors, as well as their private labels. The tailors are amazing and have tailored for many of the above designers. My alterations were quick, low cost, and made me look amazing! I don't know what Nick D is trying to say about it, but most suits do have to be tailored and GQ most certainly explains that in their articles. Thanks to the amazing staff and service that I get at this fine retailer!

And by the way, every Men's Wearhouse I've visited has a five way mirror to see every angle!

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My fiance and I found the tuxedos for our wedding at the Men's Wearhouse. We had a good selection to choose from, but the only problem is is that they don't actually have the tuxedos there so you can look at them and make sure it is what you want. And their catalogues aren't exactly up to date. They have styles in there that are discontinued. The staff is friendly, but they need to update their catalogues.

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★★★☆☆

My fiance and I found the tuxedos for our wedding at the Men's Wearhouse. We had a good selection to choose from, but the only problem is is that they don't actually have the tuxedos there so you can look at them and make sure it is what you want. And their catalogues aren't exactly up to date. They have styles in there that are discontinued. The staff is friendly, but they need to update their catalogues.

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Men's Wearhouse isn't a terrible chain store. It has really good intentions and it's a comfortable atmosphere, but it isn't for the male suit buyer with discerning taste. That doesn't mean I'm a guy with deep pockets who can afford thousand dollar suits. Only a fool would pay so much for a suit when they can off the rack so much cheaper. Men's Wearhouse fails because they sell inferior suits at top suit prices. Don't buy a suit from a store that doesn't have a three mirror setup so you can see the back of the suit. Many suits look great in the front, only to look horrible in the back. Once you see this, you'll notice executives, actors and others with suits that look really good in the front, but are tight in the back, have bunching under the shoulders, etc. A good suit won't do this. Don't believe a salesman that says an alteration will correct problems with the back of the suit. Don't buy a brand name or Italian suit, just because you think it's better or that's all they have. It pays to shop around. A good suit that's a good cut and good material will last you many, many years. Some of my best suits cost $200-$300, were made in the USA, of 100% wool, no specific brand name and have lasted 10 years and were purchased by small biz clothing store owners. Shop around, you can do better.

PROS: Like any suit store, occaisionally they might have a good sale.
CONS: Too many average and below average suits for too much money

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★★★☆☆

Men's Wearhouse isn't a terrible chain store. It has really good intentions and it's a comfortable atmosphere, but it isn't for the male suit buyer with discerning taste. That doesn't mean I'm a guy with deep pockets who can afford thousand dollar suits. Only a fool would pay so much for a suit when they can off the rack so much cheaper. Men's Wearhouse fails because they sell inferior suits at top suit prices. Don't buy a suit from a store that doesn't have a three mirror setup so you can see the back of the suit. Many suits look great in the front, only to look horrible in the back. Once you see this, you'll notice executives, actors and others with suits that look really good in the front, but are tight in the back, have bunching under the shoulders, etc. A good suit won't do this. Don't believe a salesman that says an alteration will correct problems with the back of the suit. Don't buy a brand name or Italian suit, just because you think it's better or that's all they have. It pays to shop around. A good suit that's a good cut and good material will last you many, many years. Some of my best suits cost $200-$300, were made in the USA, of 100% wool, no specific brand name and have lasted 10 years and were purchased by small biz clothing store owners. Shop around, you can do better.

PROS: Like any suit store, occaisionally they might have a good sale.
CONS: Too many average and below average suits for too much money

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Message from Men's Wearhouse

For more than 40 years, Men's Wearhouse has been supplying men with high-quality, affordable clothing, including designer suits, dress shirts, sport coats, tuxedo rentals, Big & Tall apparel and office casual looks. Our custom suiting invites you to design your own look from more than 300 luxurious Italian fabrics, with your choice of details, including lining, working sleeve buttons, and a ticket pocket. We offer custom tailoring and wardrobe consulting to help you love how you look!



History

Men's Wearhouse has been offering quality and personalized service since 1973. For more than 40 years, we’ve focused on customer service and customer satisfaction. Our wardrobe consultants pride themselves on going beyond each customer's initial request to make sure you’re truly satisfied with your shopping experience.



What Suits You

More than just a suit store, Men's Wearhouse carries the latest styles and top brands, including AWEARNESS Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Lucky Jeans, Joseph Abboud, Buffalo David Bitton and more. When you visit Men's Wearhouse, you’ll find everything you need for your wardrobe, from casual clothes to formal looks.

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