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Engineer by day, entrepreneur by night. Jay noticed a business opportunity some years ago whilst living in Vietnam, and his Vietnamese background, language and contacts were essential in the creation of Suit Junky. Jay is responsible for overall business development as well as technical team management.
On Style: First impressions matter, so being on point with your suit’s fit and style are crucial. Sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference. Always take time to make sure you look your best, and great things will happen.
Favourite SJ Suit: The Long Island
This grey is versatile enough to take you from boardroom to rooftop bar, whilst the burst of orange lets people know that you’re confident and you know you look good.
Entrepreneur and endurance athlete, Dave is leading SuitJunky's strategy and business development; guiding the company's launch and growth. Before joining SuitJunky, Dave led teams of specialists as an intelligence officer for the US Navy and completed his MBA at the University of Cambridge.
On Style: You need to be comfortable in any situation, whether you're in the office, in the gym or at the beach. A suit is a tool to ensure you're comfortable and confident wherever you are. The right suit, for the right occasion, with the right fit, and you'll be on your best game.
Favorite SJ Suit: Carbon
One word: Versatility. Carbon is a timeless classic; muted and perfect for the quiet professional. Dress it up or keep it casual; Carbon is adaptable to any situation.
Lucy is responsible for coming up with cool ideas for SuitJunky brand promotion and management. As well as being SuitJunky’s master baker, Lucy is currently undertaking a Law degree.
On Style: When you look your best, you feel your best, and when you feel your best, you give off amazing vibes to those around you. Looking great goes further than just appearances – it makes you feel on top of the world.
Favourite SJ Suit: The Don Draper
The Don Draper oozes 1940s sex appeal. Smoky offices, good scotch and old leather. Equally perfect at a classy restaurant or an underground speakeasy.
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