i am searching on the internet for some nice Boots for autumn. Unfortunately I have some problems with finding the internet shops. Can you recommend me some online stores where I might find something like grenson high boots?
This list is by no means meant to be exhaustive, but it should be a good starting point because each of them carry Grenson. And I encourage readers to submit any shops I may have missed. One last point: if your current price point is Grenson, which runs about $350-450, and you’re into the heavy English brogueing (obviously), why not check out Tricker’s as well? #notsayinjussayin
Hi, can you help a man out? Where would you suggest to search for some affordable winter peacoats online? Thanks.
We just covered this, and with some assistance in covering the outfield, Sierra Trading Post, Army/Navy Surplus and Uniqlo won out. Need Supply Co. is carrying a pretty decent-looking number from Spiewalk, but I cannot speak to its quality. And if you are feeling adventurous, check out this interesting camel peacoat by Fidelity for Barneys.
Depending on your definition of “affordable,” however, you may want to take a look at this bad boy from Rag & Bone—I’m due for a peacoat myself, and the navy with beige detailing version has been the frontrunner for about a two weeks now (though I can’t seem to find a picture of it on the Internet).
I'm a big fan of your blog. I'm a fan of manswear, and although my style may not be to the point of perfection, I'm hoping to get it there one day. The problem is, I'm a college student and don't have much money. Do you know any places where clothes aren't very expensive like most popular manswear websites and whatnot? I'm just looking for some stylish affordable clothing that won't put a hole in my bank account.
Put This On recently did a series on thrifting. This is a good place to start—you never know what kind of gems you can find. Ebay is also a hotbed for for scoring some used gear (as well as unsold, end of season items from retailers looking to recoup some costs).
If you are looking for bargain prices for luxury brands, Yoox is the way to go. If you told me you knew of a site that offered Lardini wool cashmere blend blazers for $249 before I found out about Yoox, I’d tell you about a guy in Brooklyn I know who has a bridge for sale. You should also be trolling menswear blogs for news as to when sample sales and clearances are scheduled to hit (e.g., Barneys’ upcoming warehouse sale).
Stay fresh youngin.
EDIT: via djzachattack
To the college kid looking for cheap stuff, Rugby has pretty good quality products for someone wanting to start building up their wardrobe. They legitimately are always having a sale on stuff, and if you want something at full price, they offer a 15% student discount. J. Crew also has a student discount which is useful. And obviously signing up for Gilt is always a good idea.