Staying ahead of the pack, Arden Reed is the first Menswear company to accept Bitcoins
Arden Reed revolutionized the male fashion industry in 2012 when it combined modern technology with male fashion.
Arden Reed’s Tailor Trucks, found on the streets of New York City and soon, Los Angeles, provide perfectly tailored suits through their 3D body scanners and personal stylists.
To continue their revolutionary take on male suiting, Arden Reed will be the first menswear retailer to accept Bitcoins.
The Process: To buy a custom suit using Bitcoins, simply tell the stylist that you would like to make your purchase using Bitcoins. They will then scan your unique QR code for that transaction using their mobile app.
The sale will be placed in a block chain, allowing the customer to approve the transaction using their Bitcoin wallets. Exchange rates are updated daily and taken into account when charging the customer, ensuring that each purchase is equivalent to using real cash.
The Reason: Arden Reed is making it ridiculously easy to become the Best Dressed Man in the Room. Their seamless integration of modern technology with old world tailoring has changed the male suiting game. By accepting Bitcoins, Arden Reed is paving the way for a more stylish male community by providing easily accessible, unique, and modern options for your clothing purchases.
Find the Truck: To get your own perfectly tailored suit go to www.ardenreed.com and click on the truck icon to book an appointment. You can also choose to get notified when the truck visits your city. This includes: Philadelphia, Washington DC and Boston among others.
About Arden Reed
Founded in 2008, Arden Reed aims to change the way menswear is created. They measure men with their Tailor Truck with a 3D Scanner and ship a custom suit in only 4 weeks.
Bitcoin is a consensus network that enables a new payment system and a completely digital money. It is the first decentralized peer-to-peer payment network that is powered by its users with no central authority or middlemen. From a user perspective, Bitcoin is pretty much like cash for the Internet.