[A fine specimen at last year's event in New York City. Image courtesy of Men's Wearhouse.]
Do you wake up in the morning dreaming of buff, scantily-clad men roaming the streets of Boston before you've even poured your first cup of joe? This Tuesday, Aug. 2, you may be in luck.
Men's Wearhouse is sending out a fleet of (what we've been told will be) "attractive men, dressed only in boxers, dress shoes, socks and ties" for the first time into the streets of Boston with signage that asks locals to donate their gently-used suits and accessories to local charities, including Tailored for Success and St. Francis House/Studio Shine, as part of the fourth annual nationwide charity effort by the retailer. Last year's drive collected more than 20,000 suits for charity through similar efforts. Tuesday's event will take place in four locations in the Hub, beginning at 6 a.m. and concluding at the Men's Wearhouse location on Boylston Street in the early afternoon.
Check out the eye candy at the locations and times below:
6-10 a.m.: Corner of Broad and State Streets
6-10 a.m.: Market and Merrimac Streets
6-10 a.m.: Dartmouth and St. James Streets
10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.: Men's Wearhouse, 406 Boylston St.
And remember you can donate your items to any of the 10 participating Men's Wearhouse locations in Massachusetts during the month of August.