Father's Day 2022

Swet Tailor understands that life is a balancing act, which is why we specialize in casual wear that can do anything you need it to. If anyone understands the art of multitasking, it's Dad.

To celebrate Father's Day, we decided to spotlight some of our number one dads by asking them a few questions… and the occasional dad joke.

Adam Bolden

SWET Tailor Co-Owner   -   215 Native

Q: Let's turn back time: What's a memory from when you were a kid with your Dad?
A: Disney World. I went when I was six years old along with two other families. There were eight children between the ages of 6-12, and I can still remember that trip. I still have my Goofy hat in my childhood room and a scar on my nose from running into a glass-paned door.

Q: Give us your best/worst dad joke.
A: Did you know the first French fries weren't actually cooked in France? They were cooked in Greece.


SWET Tailor Co-Owner   -   Dad of Three   -   Wisconsin Born & Raised 
David Kranz

Jim Ireland

SWET Golf Guru  -  Father of Ambassador Jack Ireland 
Jim Ireland

Q: Tell us about your favorite family vacation.
A: The best by far was Kapalua in Maui; I thought the kids were going to eat so much sushi they would start getting gills. Golf, body boarding, swimming, sightseeing, hanging out… Any time with all my kids, particularly now that they are adults, is the best time I could ever have.

Q: What's your favorite part of being a dad?
A: Being a Father is a great blessing in my life. I have grown and learned much more than I would have without three kids. All of them have well exceeded my expectations; it's crazy!

Tim Ryan

Model for SWET Tailor SS21

Q: What's it like balancing work and family?
A: I am constantly traveling for work, so it's extra special when I get to have my family with me. My kids have gotten the travel bug from me and love to travel and explore new places.

Q: Give us your best/worst dad joke.
Q: Why do dads take an extra pair of socks with them when they go golfing?
A: In case they get a hole in one.

Kevin Negandhi

ESPN SportsCenter Anchor  -  Philly Diehard 
Kevin Negandhi

Q: Your kid asks for help with their homework; What's the one subject you're dreading?
A: I used to be great at math but this new core stuff? It's taken some, shall we say, adjustments. Even my son has shown me why he uses the new system. I still don't get why they changed how math is taught in school, but I'm old school. The silver lining is that it gives us time to spend together and helps me prepare for the next two kids when it's their turn.


Q: Best birthday gift you've given your kid(s)?
A: We surprised our oldest son by going to a Sixers playoff game on his birthday. We drove down to Philly and watched the Sixers beat the Heat… and it turned out to be the last win of the Sixers season. We even got his name on the scoreboard at halftime! He told us it was the best birthday he had ever had. Those are the moments that stick with you forever.