West Chester, PA Formal Wear, Custom Suits & Shirts
West Chester is a borough in Chester County, PA. It is also the county seat for Chester County. The 2010 census designated the population at 18,461. The town is home to West Chester University as well as much of the Chester County government. West Chester used to be called Turk’s Head, after an inn that is located in what is now the center of the borough. West Chester has a rich history and its historic district is very large. A few places listed in the historic district are the Bank of Chester County, Buckwalter Building, Butler House, Chester County Courthouse, William Everhart Buildings, Farmers and Mechanics Building, First Presbyterian Church of West Chester, New Century Clubhouse, Joseph Rothrock House, and Sharples Homestead to name a few.
The town of West Chester has a multitude of things for people to do including restaurants, shops, parks, and historical sites. Some of the more popular attractions in West Chester are the Chester County Historical Society, the American Helicopter Museum, the West Chester Railroad, Brandywine Picnic Park, and QVC studio tours. A lot of people find Downtown West Chester very fun. Downtown features a selection of dining and retail options along with historical buildings mentioned before.
Sagets Formal Wear serving West Chester, PA
James Buchakjian is a custom tailor and men’s formal wear specialist in the Philadelphia and tri-state area. With 33 years of experience, James has had the honor of dressing over 4,000 grooms and their wedding parties.
James is dedicated to changing the way men dress for their weddings through his custom made suit tuxedo and shirt program.
He is currently working with clients on their wedding day with his Day of Dressing Services.
James has been recognized as the top Formal Wear company by Wedding Wire Couple Choice Awards for the last five years.
When not involved in fashion, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife of 30 years and their three beautiful children. James loves the outdoors, tailgating, and going to Penn State football games with his son.