Commonwealth Proper Menswear Has a New Chestnut Street Showroom

Photo by Andrew Bonacci

Photo by Andrew Bonacci

Welcome to Chestnut Street, Commonwealth Proper! Philadelphia Wedding tipped us off to the fact that the local menswear store founded by attorney Craig von Schroeder has moved from its former location at 1732 Spruce Street to 1839 Chestnut (though the entrance is actually on 19th).

Now on the second floor, the new digs are a fine fit for the sophisticated clothing brand. Exposed ductwork, dark blue walls, and white crown molding surround the 2,000-square-foot space for an industrial cool and sleek effect. Designed by Rhonda Clark Carlson of the RCC Design Group, Commonwealth Proper’s crisp new space includes two fitting rooms, two offices, and design and fabric inventory rooms.

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