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Our Impact


Providing Suiting to Disadvantaged Men

a commitment to transforming lives of disadvantaged men who have the desire to take on their lives.



We donate 10% of the cost of each product to OUr Cause,


which means that we contribute whether or not we are profitable.

Our partner, The Los Angeles Suit Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non profit and together we have a mission to provide professional business attire to deserving individuals in need. Working towards eliminating the barriers caused by financial inequality and unfortunate circumstance. The LA Suit Project provides new and quality used suits and business attire to applicants in need. These men are all qualified members of partner organizations & transitional housing facilities where they have proven a willingness to take on their lives. These financial donations are primarily used for tailoring and embroidery expenses, or in some cases used to purchase additional menswear items.


We send you up to $100 Off when you send us your gently used suits,


which will be used to support disadvantaged men.

The donated business suits, whether new or used, are custom fitted to the individual's measurements and their name is embroidered on the inside jacket pocket prior to delivery. The project seeks new and gently used suits, but also accepts shirts, shoes, ties and monetary donations to accomplish its purpose. 


Responsible Manufacturing

A commitment to responsible manufacturing practices throughout our supply chain.

Responsible Manufacturing means understanding where your products are being made, who makes them, the working conditions in which they are produced, and building relationships with manufacturers to ensure continuous improvement.

We value, expect and promote fair and ethical treatment of people and are committed to assuring that the partners with whom we do business share these values. We evaluate factors like fair wages, reasonable hours, and environment.


Transparent Pricing

A commitment to honesty & radical transparency

We believe our customers have a right to know how much their clothes and products cost to make. We reveal the true costs behind all of our products—from materials to labor to transportation—then offer them to you, minus the traditional markup.

The margins on our products range from 38 - 46%. See our 2 Piece Suit breakdown below: 

2 Piece Suit

Margin: 46%

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Business as a force for good & Our intentions for future Certification

A member of Conscious Capitalism Los Angeles

To The Nines is proudly a member of Conscious Capitalism with a community of other businesses that are good, ethical, noble and heroic. Conscious Capitalism is an organization that helps companies become more conscious with transformational experiences that inspire, educate and empower them to elevate humanity through business. By supporting Conscious Capitalism, Inc. we are helping to create a world in which business is both practiced and perceived as the greatest force for good.


What is B Corp Certification?

Short for Benefit Corporation, a B Corps are for-profit companies that have met rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency and has been certified by B Lab, a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good.

Today, there are currently over 2100 Certified B Corporations leading a global movement to redefine success in business – to measure it in social impact and environmental stewardship, rather than dollars and cents. By choosing to meet higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance, successful B Corps have shown that social goals do not have to compete with financial ones, and ethics and integrity do not have to take a backseat to profit.


Steps to B Corp Certification

The first step to becoming B Corp certified is to pass B Lab’s B Corp assessment with a score of at least 80 out of 200. The free and confidential assessment includes questions about corporate policies and practices, relating to everything from management and governance to community involvement, evaluation of suppliers, and disposal of hazardous waste. Because the B Impact Assessment asks about what your company has done in the past, it is difficult to answer the questions before your company has operated for at least 6-12 month. Therefore, according to B Lab, it makes most sense to become a B Corp after the first 6 months of full operations and revenue generation.