Suited’s Sale Helps Houston

For 3 years, Ryan Meserole’s custom shop across from the train station has dressed men well — and given back to Fairfield County.

Now it’s time to help Texas.

In 2012 Ryan’s aunt Rosemary Duffy lost her Brooklyn home — and everything else — Hurricane Sandy.

She moved to Houston. Now she’s going through it all again.

The timing could not be worse. Less than a month ago, Rosemary lost her brother-in-law — firefighter Michael Duffy — to cancer linked to 9/11.

Despite it all, she was most concerned for others, Ryan reports.

“I’m still a Brooklyn boy at heart,” he says. “I was fortunate to move here later in life. Despite what people say about New Yorkers, we love to help.”

So here’s his offer: Anyone who donates $100 or more to Red Cross Harvey relief will receive a 50% discount at Suited. It’s good for any fabric and shirt.

In other words: You can snag a custom suit for as little as $650 this weekend.

Ryan will even set up a laptop in his store, for easy access to the Red Cross website.

If you’ve already donated to the Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey, just bring in your confirmation. You’ll still get his discount. is at 44 Railroad Place. For more information, click here.


2 responses to “Suited’s Sale Helps Houston

  1. Judy Kelhoffer

    Thank you Ryan for your kindness and generosity! Lived in Westport for over 20 years before making Houston my home 3 years ago. It is going to take a long time for Houston to get back on her feet, but we will because of people like you.

  2. Mary Cookman Schmerker '58

    Ditto what Judy just said. I have no idea if we can help your Aunt Ryan but as a native Westporter and a resident near to Houston I’d like to try if I can. Please ask Dan to give you my contact information.
    Dan, perhaps for a day or so you should call your blog, Where former Westport meets current Houstonians.