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Synchronicity debuts Men's & Boys' formalwear
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Dec '11
Synchronicity Boutique, the Baltimore-Washington area's “hottest special occasion clothing and accessory shop for adults and teens” has revealed a masculine side.

Having recently introduced boys' and men's formalwear, the Boutique now offers over 60 different styles of tuxedos and suits from a variety of top designers including: Joseph Abboud, Jean-Yves, Ralph Lauren, Chaps, Calvin Klein, Andrew Fezza and Eric Lawrence.

“Cocktail and formal dresses have been a huge part of our business and now we have the suits, tuxedos and accessories to complement them,” said Synchronicity Boutique Owner Karen Mazer. ”We have dressed Bat Mitzvah girls for years and now we can outfit Bar Mitzvah boys, their brothers and fathers.”

Produced in notch lapel, peak lapel and shawl collar styles, the suits and tuxedos are tailored in slim, athletic and portly cut sizes. They also come with a 100 percent fit guarantee from the tuxedo-certified staff at Synchronicity.

Fashion-forward fabrics include satins, super 130s and super 100s. Popular colors are black, grey, brown, blue and sand, while trendy patterns include paisley, herringbone and stripes.

Synchronicity also carries over 1,000 different color combinations of vests and ties. Guys can match their accessories with the color of their date's dress to create that “perfect couple look.” To complete the ensemble, dress socks, canes, hats and shoes are all available at the Boutique.

“From head to toe, we can cater to males, females and couples for all of their special occasion fashion needs,” Mazer added.

Named “Baltimore's Best” by Baltimore Magazine, Synchronicity Boutique is known as the area's go-to place for special occasion fashions, Synchronicity Boutique outfits customers of all ages from all over the world for proms, Bat Mitzvahs, cocktail parties, Cotillions, homecomings, ring dances, graduations, Quinceaneras, Sweet Sixteens, college formals, military balls, pageants, weddings, and other black-tie events.

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