The Lapel Project on Shark Tank
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Shark Tank Episode 802
September 30, 2016
The entrepreneur behind The Lapel Project is Sebastian Garcia, who'll be appearing on the Shark Tank next Friday night, September 30, 2016, with Raul Bernal, from Miami, Florida. The customized lapels come in several different fabrics that's pre-cut and easily attached to any men's suit jacket like a peel-and-stick adhesive sticker. Why bother renting a tuxedo for the night when you can transform any suit in the closet for a fraction of the costs?
So how easy is it converting a suit you already own into a formal tuxedo-type suit using one of many designs created by the Lapel Project? It's incredibly easy as evidenced in the "How To Apply The Lapel Project" video posted below. Within just a few minutes time you can completely transform any suit into a brand new look with your removable customized Lapel Project lapels.
Considering I'm in the same boat as Mark Cuban when it comes to wearing suits or dinner jackets, (much less tuxedos) the odds he invests in this business on the Shark Tank Show is about zero IMO. Robert Herjevic usually wears a suit on the Show, but is it just me or do they all look the same with another colorful tie? A new customized Lapel might go a long way sprucing-up Robert's wardrobe on future Shark Tank Episode's, even if it's the same suit with another tie.
Now, on the other hand, we have the stylish Daymond John, always wearing high-end tuxedos with new customized lapels on every episode of the Shark Tank. Whatever the Shark Tank pays John to be on the Show, He more than doubles that figure just on his wardrobe. Herjevic might seem the logical Shark Tank Investor/ customer to use and promote this new Shark Tank product, but it's still going to take Daymond's opinion on "quality" to get a deal completed with any of the Sharks.
Watch The Lapel Project on Shark Tank Season 8, Episode 802 next Friday night, 9/30/2016, and see what the millionaire/ billionaire investors think about the customized lapel's when it comes to their wardrobe decisions.
The Lapel Project Website