Saturday, June 18, 2016

BEST ONLINE SHOPPING FOR MEN





Contemporary Fashion



Department Stores


Surf / Street Wear



Brands

J. Crew

J.Crew debuted on the fashion scene with the release of its first catalog in 1983. Six years later the company opened its flagship store in NYC and now, nineteen years later, it’s become a huge men’s online retailer that brings style to customers internationally. 

Moncler

Bespoke suits aren’t the only high-end clothing that belong in your closet. Moncler makes luxurious down jackets and other sportswear, for the man who wants to look his best even when he’s hitting the slopes (or sipping Irish coffees in the lodge).  


Henri Lloyd

When you think “style,” you probably don’t think “sailing.” And when you think “sailing,” you probably think of pirates and grog. But Henri Lloyd is changing those perceptions, with a range of specialist clothes for sailing and yachting that are both functional and stylish. 

Private White V.C.

Private White V.C. is a unique British menswear brand that makes all its own garments in a Manchester factory using only the finest regionally-sourced British fabrics and materials. It takes its name from Jack White, a private in the King’s Own Royal Regiment who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery. 


Reiss

Reiss calls their brand “sexy,” “modern,” “iconic,” and “design-led.” Popular with just about everyone, from the Royal family to stars of the silver screen, Reiss is committed to delivering fashion-forward products with exceptional design, quality and value.  

rag & bone


rag & bone combines everything that’s hip about NYC with everything that’s cool about London style. Pieces from rag & bone are effortless, innovative, edgy, understated, and totally wearable. And to top it all off, they’re also beautifully constructed and tailored.  

Orlebar Brown


Orlebar Brown is without a doubt the hottest men’s swimwear and leisure label of the moment. The brand is so hot that their Setter swimshorts were featured in the latest instalment of 007′s Skyfall. Worth owning a pair.
Suiting & Shirts


PINK

Mr. Pink was the 18th century London tailor responsible for designing the iconic scarlet hunting coat worn by Masters of Foxhounds and other hunt staff. Today the illustrious history of PINK lives on in a world renowned collection of shirts known for their exquisite craftsmanship.  

Brooks Brothers

Brooks Brothers. If you own a horse and enjoy driving in Dad’s Jaguar then you’ll love this snappy store for gents. Props to Trump for the heads up.

Solosso


Things that are good: high quality materials, expert fit, custom designs, eco-friendliness. Things Solosso has: all of the above. All dress shirts from Solosso are custom made with zero branding, unparalleled attention to detail, and a socially responsible, green outlook on fashion. 

Suitsupply


Suitsupply is far more than its name suggests. Yes, there are suits, but there’s also much more, including leather goods, outerwear, and accessories. They’ve even dressed Dutch Olympic athletes three times running. Now that’s versatility.  

Vinspi

Vinspi is revolutionizing the way men shop for suits. The store offers the experience of a handmade tailored suit, designed by you, that doesn’t require an in-person trip to a posh, costly tailor. There’s also a lot of free stuff: free shipping, free returns, and free alterations credit.  




Drake’s


Bespoke ties. Collaborations with Comme des Garçons, Monocle, J.Crew, and Fred Perry. The Queen’s Award for Export and the UK Fashion Export Gold Award for Outstanding Export Achievement. Over 30 years in the business. What’s not to love about Drake’s?  

Charles Tyrwhitt

Charles Tyrwhitt offers four things: good old-fashioned values, affordable prices, unbeatable service, and some darn fine menswear. As well as formal and casual shirts, the shop offers a range of accessories, including cufflinks, ties, belts, suits and separates, evening wear, coats and shoes, and a casual collection.  

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