The local West Hartford business is celebrating four decades of providing a wardrobe of endless possibilities for men.
Businesses come and go, but Daswani Clothiers, celebrating its 40th anniversary this month, is here to stay. The owner credit the store’s longevity to a perfect balance of timeless service, classic charm, and modern expertise in premier men’s apparel.
A staple in West Hartford Center, Daswani Clothiers prides itself on its gold standard quality and white-glove customer service. The business has developed global relationships with world renowned designers to bring the most exclusive brands and designs to local Connecticut residents.
With industry tailors located right on its premises, clients have the opportunity to customize their attire to achieve their personal best. Daswani’s friendly staff, thorough knowledge of merchandise and its innate ability to help customers feel comfortable, highlights the philosophy used by Jack Daswani to pioneer its then haberdashery, dating back to 1977.
“We are proud to provide all of our clients a wardrobe of endless possibilities,” says Daswani, the owner of Daswani Clothiers. “This means our team provides optimal, customized solutions for any individual style and size. These solutions are all stitched together with a business approach of using the highest integrity possible.”
Daswani Clothiers features exceptional merchandise to meet the eclectic needs of its clients. From avant-garde to classic conservative, Daswani’s collection of men’s business and casual attire, sportswear, furnishings, and accessories has one of the finest selections in the area. Beyond its extraordinary selection, it prides itself on its outstanding customer service.
“Our valued clients are at the heart of our business,” says Daswani. “They are like family – they walk through the back door. They know us and trust us.”
Daswani expands its reach beyond its storefront to its local community and donates its time and space to many philanthropic causes.
“We invest and volunteer with non-profit organizations such as Dress for Success, which empowers people to get back into the workforce to gain economic independence wearing professional attire,” explains MJ Daswani, son of Jack who joined the business in 2013 to carry on its legacy. “Our community has given us so much over the last 40 years and it is our job to be a good neighbor and friend to those who have helped us reach this milestone.”
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