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Suits Unlimited was founded in 1971 by Larry Garcia and his brothers Benny & Manny Garcia. The company is a men's wear store offering a full selection of men’s suits, dress shoes, dress shirts and custom tailoring. It is located at 5406 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM, 87110.

Suits Unlimited loves working with Albuquerque and New Mexico journalists to share news and announcements about its business and how it supports the Albuquerque, NM, community. If you are part of the media, please contact Larry Garcia or Steven Garcia at 505-883-1060 or send an email to

FEB 1, 2021

Suits Unlimited is celebrating its 50th Anniversary.

Albuquerque, NM, February 2021 -- On February 1st, 1971 Suits Unlimited opened its doors as Mr. Casual in the Eastdale Shopping Center on the corner of Eubank and Candelaria.  First started by three brothers Larry, Manny, and Benny Garcia, it is still a family owned and operated menswear store.  Larry Garcia, along with his wife Theresa and son Steve, now run the single location of Suits Unlimited on 5406 Menaul Blvd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87110. 
Owner, Larry Garcia had this to say, “We’ve always valued customer service and when you come in the store, I hope you feel like you are family.” Theresa, his wife, adds, “We have been married for over 60 years and this business has been like one of our kids. We worry about it, love it, and have been really blessed to watch it grow with the generations.”
Due to the ongoing pandemic, they are marking the occasion on their social media accounts by posting wonderful throwback photos, advertisements, and more.  While you can catch that online, the store is open seven days a week, still selling suits and menswear, providing expert tailoring services, and as any struggling small business, could really use your support.   

SEPT 9, 2019

UNM's Anderson School to open Professional Closet

Suits Unlimited and the UNM Anderson School Foundation joined forces during  Sept. 2019 to offer a complete selection of suits and accessories at no expense to UNM's Anderson School of Management students and graduates who cannot obtain their own much needed professional dress because of the problems of not having enough time or the financial 

FEB 16, 2017

Albuquerque Business First

In the casual era, this ABQ suit shop's sales are looking dapper

By May Ortega  –  Reporter, Albuquerque Business First

     Suits Unlimited, a family-owned men's clothing shop on Menaul NE, is thriving despite an era when many consumers are opting for T-shirts and jeans.

     2016 was the 46-year-old shop's best year ever, according to Suits Unlimited President Steve Garcia. The single-location company brought in $2.2 million in revenue.  The year before that, it topped $1.7 million.  "We kocked on wood and knocked on everything else that we can that it continues," he told Business First. 

     Come of his store's gain, Garcia said has come as other options for customers shuttered. In Santa Fe, family-owned Robert R. Bailey Clothier closed in 2015 after 33 years, as reported by the Santa Fe New Mexican.  Its Albuquerque location had closed in 2013. 

     "I think the overall market is consolidating on that.  Plus, I think just the economy is getting better overall," Garcia said.  "We may not experience it on the same level here in New Mexico as some other surrounding states, but I definitely think the arrow is pointing up in terms of consumer confidence." 

     Suits Unlimiteds' prices and speediness are what really attract customers according to Garcia.  A couple of years ago, the shop introduced wardrobe packages," which include a pair of suits, shirt and ties starting at $299.  That along with their new "Buy it Today, Get it Tomorrow" program, has helped them grow. 

     "People are really enjoying our service," he said. "They're enjoying the timeliness of our service. They're looking like a million bucks in a day or less."  But sticking to suits is not enough for Garcia. 

    "We've created a whole new shoe department - a shop within a shop - in our store.  We want to compete," he said.  "Right now department stores are getting a lion's share of the men's shoe business here in town, and we absolutely want to compete with that and we feel that's a big growth opportunity for us."

     The global footwear industry accounts for more than $52 billion in revenue annually. Men's dress shoes contribute 6 percent of that. 

     Suits Unlimited has also begun to implement tablets to keep its business updated with advancing technology in retail, according to spokesperson Ashley Kerns. 

     "We recently wanted to make it really interactive for our customers, so with the custom _ and also with our rental line, we are able to build virtual mannequins now," she said.  "It puts some of that building and creating with the customer, not only us." 

     The store will also be installing a 65-inch monitor to allow customers to see their choices on a larger scale.  Despite these changes, Garcia said none of it will affect their prices, lest they drive away what is bringing them success. 

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