By  on March 10, 2008

NEW YORK — Nothing is more conservative than an eight-year old at Easter. 

The pleated khaki pant, the navy blazer, the white shirt—product in the boys’ tailored clothing segment is notoriously slow to evolve thanks to its volume-price business model and reliance on replenishment-friendly basics. 

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