State of The Union: 5 Facts About President Obama's Suits

State of The Union: 5 Facts About President Obama's Suits

Our President of the United States, Barack Obama, is delivering the annual State of the Union address tonight and we couldn't help but wonder, "where does he get his suits?" He always looks on point (as the President should) and if whatever he wears is good enough for him, it's good enough for us—hypothetically speaking (we cannot afford this ish). Anywaaay doe, if you were curious about his threads like we were, check out 5 facts you didn't know about the President's suit and the suit-maker.

The suits are handmade by Georges de Paris, a bespoke tailor from France. He's been making suits for every president since Lyndon Johnson was in office.
The fabric used to make these suits are from Beckenstein's in New York.
The made to order suits go for $2,500 to $4,500. Oohwee!
It takes three days to produce one of these suits.
Georges' clients range from presidents to athletes, but Ronald Reagan is Georges' favorite client of all time. Hmmm...? 

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