Suit and Clothing Donations

 

 

L'HEXAGONE Menswear has been a proud supporter of Suits His Style since its foundation in 2014.

Our store at 252 Dalhousie in The ByWard Market has been the drop off point for donations to Suits His Style since the organisation was founded. 

To encourage our customers new and loyal to donate their gently used suits and professional clothing, we always offer a 10% discount on a new suit when an old, but wearable, suit is donated.

Please ensure suit and clothing donations arrive in on hangers and in wearable condition (clean). Thank you.

Guidelines for Suit Donations

Suits should be:

  • Clean,
  • On a hanger,
  • Suitable for a job interview or a professional situation.

 

Clothing Requirements

We only accept men’s professional clothing (women’s clothing can be donated to Dressed for Success)

Clothing must be:

  • New or gently used – less than 5 years old
  • Business-professional or business casual
  • Clean, free of odour, stains, rips
  • On hangers (to help us with our space management)
  • Wearable tomorrow in an interview or professional setting

 

Professional Clothes

  • Suits/Dress pants
  • Blazers/Sport Coats
  • Dress shirts
  • Dress shoes
  • Belts
  • Overcoats/Outerwear
  • Ties

Work Clothes

  • Sweaters
  • Polo shirts/Solid t-shirts
  • Unripped jeans/khakis
  • Work boots

Accessories

  • New socks (preferably black, charcoal or navy)
  • Winter accessories (hats, gloves, scarves)
  • New, unopened underwear, undershirts
  • Watches, tie clips & cufflinks
  • Briefcases
  • New toiletries & grooming products

 

 

About Suits His Style

 Suits His Style - Ottawa Suits Donations Suits his Style helps reduce poverty in our community by providing interview clothing and/or industry appropriate clothing tolow income, unemployed men in need of employment. Chronic joblessness creates a strain on an individual, his family and more broadly, our community. By providing job-ready men with appropriate interview attire, Suits his Style helps a man find/gain employment; enabling him to support himself, his family, and contribute more fully to Canadian society.

 

 

 

 

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