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Ready-to-wear collection available at Commonwealth Proper in East Liberty

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Saturday, May 12, 2018, 10:42 p.m.
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave.,  East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection with pieces such as a sport coat.
COMMONWEALTH PROPER
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection with pieces such as a sport coat.
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave.,  East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection such as this raincoat.
COMMONWEALTH PROPER
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection such as this raincoat.
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave.,  East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection with pieces such as a sport coat.
COMMONWEALTH PROPER
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection with pieces such as a sport coat.
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave.,  East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection such as this shirt.
COMMONWEALTH PROPER
Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection such as this shirt.

Commonwealth Proper, a Philadelphia-based company that offers custom clothing for men with a location at 124 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty, has launched its first ready-to–wear collection. Just like its custom pieces, this new line will also be made in the U.S. by master tailors. Pieces include the Dash Jacket, an unconstructed, soft-shouldered, sport coat and the Tech Raincoat, a tailored topcoat, crafted from a water-, stain- and odor-repellent, two-way stretch fabric. Prices range from $55-$1,250.

Details: commonwealthproper.com

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-853-5062 or jharrop@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.

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