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Where can we find interesting men's clothing in the Boston area [News]5/2/2013 2:48:35 PM
Where can we find interesting men's clothing in the Boston area Let me guess, Cambridgeside Galleria? Nordstrom is having its big sale right now (through the weekend) and there's one out in Natick. The Natick Collection is the newest part of that mall that contains all kinds of high-end stores. there might be some variety there, and it'd probably be better quality than your standard Express type stuff. Alternatively, have him take a look in some of the boutique stores on Newbury; that may at least give some ideas of different looks. It might also help to know what kind of fashion he's going for. Work? Hipster? Weekend? Formal? That would really narrow down the types of stores that would be useful. posted by olinerd at 5:30 PM on May 20, 2009 General Malaise - we're planning on heading to the Garment District although what you can find there is a toss up, quite literally. Olinerd - Generally he's looking for weekend clothes, although he works at his own start-up, so they double as work clothes. He's not a hipster at all, really, but he likes clothes with a little bit of originality (he's got a small collection of particularly cute/clever threadless tees, he likes paisley and other fun prints). So we're looking for weird stuff, but subtly weird stuff, you know? posted by shaun uh at 5:50 PM on May 20, 2009 'moonMan feels your pain and hates pretty much all men's clothes. He shops pretty much exclusively at H and Guess (though the latter is pretty pricey, their men's clothes are the nicest I've seen). There's an H in Downtown Crossing and another on Newbury St.