boysitaliansuits.com Expands its Line of Boys Suits, Child Formal Wear

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boysitaliansuits.com's ever-expanding inventory of boys suits and child formal wear is now ten times larger than the average brick-and-mortar store. This online and brick and mortar business has harnessed the internet to vastly increase the size and quality of their clothing selection. The online business can immediately fit virtually any child in a fine suit including husky boys and even stout boys. For that reason as well as others, movie studios often use the firm when the script calls for a well dressed child.

We are the largest and only importer and retailer of suits that sells direct

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Brooklyn, NY - A new line of child formal wear and boys suits has been added to the already extensive offerings of http://www.boysitaliansuits.com. This site's huge inventory is now ten times larger than that found in the average store. It can fit virtually any child in a fine suit including husky boys and even stout boys. For that reason as well as others, movie studios often use the firm when the script calls for a well dressed child.

"We are the largest and only importer and retailer of suits that sells direct," says Charles Borlam, president of the company. "We are larger than anyone in the industry and as the importers we are able to offer superb Italian quality at substantial savings. With our company you don't have to worry about not being able to find a specific size and all products are conveniently shipped to your doorstep and at substantial savings ".

boysitaliansuits.com is the online department of Natan Borlam Co, Inc., a longtime specialty store in New York. It is eager to help a son or grandson look great on his special day. They are the importer of Italian super 100 and super 120 suits for boys, and they are eager to assist in the selection of a quality boys suits .

"Because we are the importer," says Borlam, "we can pass significant savings onto our customers, making these fine suits finer yet more affordable than most parents think."

Comfort is an important issue when encouraging boys to dress well. A boys suits that is made right feels better. Parents and photographers notice much less squirming.

Many mothers (or fathers for that matter) do not have the time, or the desire, to sew their children's clothing. A shopping expedition all over town looking for a fine boys suit can be even more futile. Fine boys suits are not sold in large numbers, those stores that do sell them usually stock a limited selection.

Boys, as well as girls, have times when they need to look the part. Bar Mitzvahs, First Communions and other religious rites of passage for boys are now common. Boys also take part in music recitals, debate teams, formal school and choirs. Occasions like these require a special look, which is more available now more than ever. "We want boys to go to these very special occasions being proud of how they look" Says Borlam, "finding a company that takes pride in the quality of the children's clothing they offer is definitely an important part of dressing them."

For more information about Boys Italian Suits, visit http://www.boysitaliansuits.com Contact the company by phone at (866)782-0108, or stop by their store located in New York at 157 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211

Boys Italian Suits is convenient, with three easy ways to shop. Visit the online store, at http://www.boysitaliansuits.com to see its selection of boys suits and child formal wear attire today. For those living nearby, visit the store located at 157 Havemeyer Street in Brooklyn, New York. There one can actually feel the quality of the suits it has to offer. Finally, the company also offers phone ordering. Simply call (866)782-0108, where a representative is waiting to assist. The phone order will be shipped the same day. Should it be necessary the company also offers refunds and exchanges.

Contact:

Charles Borlam

http://www.BoysItalianSuits.com
157 Havemeyer Street

Brooklyn, New York

(866)782-0108

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