Men’s Wearhouse in Natomas has Closed

Image of former Men's Wearhouse building in Natomas. An outline of the store's name is visible on the building.

Inventory from the Men’s Wearhouse in Natomas has been shifted to the location on Ethan Way in Sacramento. / Photo

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The Men’s Wearhouse store in Natomas has closed permanently.

Men’s Wearhouse is owned by Tailored Brands Inc. which announced last month it would close hundreds of stores and cut its corporate workforce.

The store in Natomas had not reopened during the COVID-19 pandemic, but was not on the list of planned store closures released earlier in the month. It shuttered permanently on August 10.

A spokesperson for Tailored Brands said the company is not commenting on store closures. Tailored Brands filed for bankruptcy protection on August 2.

Inventory from the 6,000 square-foot store in Natomas has been shifted to the Men’s Wearhouse store located on Ethan Way, according to an employee.

Men’s Wearhouse was found in 1973 in Houston, Texas by George Zimmer. Tailored Brands, Inc. was created in January 2016, when Men’s Wearhouse transitioned to a holding company model, and operates Men’s Wearhouse, K&G Superstores, Moores Clothing for Men, and Jos A. Bank.

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