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post #31 of 97
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I do not think that this should be a disqualifying characteristic. Where is the harm if there is a women's department next to an excellent men's section?

I agree with AlexE.

post #32 of 97
This is going to be great. I travel a lot and now I can check in at these stores if I'm in the area.

This is almost a travel blog :-)
post #33 of 97
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This is going to be great. I travel a lot and now I can check in at these stores if I'm in the area.

This is almost a travel blog :-)

Well Tampa-if we are in your city (Tampa) where should we visit??
post #34 of 97
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Well Tampa-if we are in your city (Tampa) where should we visit??

If you make it down to Tampa. You should visit here (Pass-a-Grille Beach):



...and get your Menswear shopping done before you get here! There's nothing special in terms of Menswear clothing here. Old fart "Men's" stores that carry Italian brands we've never heard of on here. Nothing very Trad here at all except for Brooks Brothers.
post #35 of 97
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If you make it down to Tampa. You should visit here (Pass-a-Grille Beach):



...and get your Menswear shopping done before you get here! There's nothing special in terms of Menswear clothing here. Old fart "Men's" stores that carry Italian brands we've never heard of on here. Nothing very Trad here at all except for Brooks Brothers.

Miami and Ft. lauderdale has Maus and Hoffman.
post #36 of 97
Winter Park, FL (Orlando)

John Craig Clothier
post #37 of 97
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Richmond

Peter Blair

Beecroft & Bull, which also has locations in VA Beach and Charlottesville.

Franco's in Richmond.

Eljo's in Charlottesville.
post #38 of 97
I think there are really great things coming up in this thread. However, for keeping oversight it probably would be good to maintain this as a living list, meaning that everybody who wants to add, copy and pastes already made suggestions (grouped by continent, country and city) into the reply and then adds new stores. Hence, one can easily get an overview of the whole list by simply jumping to the last post. I will try to get a summary of what has already been added and then we can work from there.
post #39 of 97

Portland, OR

 

John Helmer Haberdasher

Blake

Reveille


Edited by BuddaLun - 8/17/13 at 9:47am
post #40 of 97
AMERICAS

Canada

Montreal
- Clusier
- L'Uomo

Toronto
- Leatherfoot
- Harry Rosen

United States

New York, NY
- Paul Stuart
- epaulet
- Leffot Shoes
- Bergdorf Goodman Men's store

Chicago, IL
- Paul Stuart
- Haberdashery
- Syd Jerome
- George Greene

Atlanta, GA
- Sid Mashburn

St. Louis, MO
- Mister Guy
- Woody's
- Kim Kuehner
- Morris Fashions

Washington, D.C.
- William Fox & Co.
- Riccardi's (this place sucks and is a complete rip off)

Pittsburgh, PA
- Larrimore's
- Nettleton's

San Francisco, CA
- Wilkes Bashford
- Unionmade
- The Hound

Richmond, VA
- Peter Blair
- Beecroft & Bull
- Franco's

Charlottesville, VA
- Eljo's

Charleston, SC
- Ben Silver

Newport Beach, CA
- Gary's

Beverly Hills, CA
- Carroll & Co.

Boston, MA
- LouisBoston
- Andover Shop

Greenwich, ??
- Richard's

Westport, ??
- Mitchell's

Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN
- Hubert White
- Heimie's Haberdashery
- Judd Frost Clothiers

Portland, OR
- Mario's
- John Helmer Haberdasher
- Blake
- Reveille
- Seams To Fit

Seattle, WA
- Mario's

Carmel, CA
- Khaki's

Salt Lake City, UT
- Utah Woolen Mills

Denver, CO
- Lawrence Covell
- Homer Reed

Buffalo, NY,
- O'Connell's

Dallas, TX
- Culwell & Son
- Stanley Korshak

Birmingham, AL
- Plainclothes

Winter Park, FL (Orlando)
- John Craig Clothier


ASIA

Hong Kong
- The Armoury


EUROPE

Germany

Munich
- Eduard Meier/James Dowie
- Emanuel Berg München
- Lodenfrey (men's store)
- Max Dietl
- R. Danis Schuhmanufaktur
- Schuhe & Handwerk
- Unützer
- Werner Scherer

Frankfurt
- Diehl & Diehl

Hamburg
- Ladage & Oelke

Berlin
- Brummer
- Edsor

Düsseldorf
- Schlichtmann

Italy

Milan
- Al Bazar
- M. Bardelli
- Neglia Sartoria

Naples
- Magnifique

Rome
- Battistoni

Spain

Barcelona
- Bel y Cia

Sweden

Stockholm
- Skoakiebiolget

United Kingdom

London
- Drake's London
- Edward Green
post #41 of 97
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Washinfton DC
Sky Valet
Everard's
Sherman Pickney
post #42 of 97
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Also:

San Diego
The Ascott Shop
post #43 of 97
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
AMERICAS

Canada

Montreal
- Clusier
- L'Uomo

Toronto
- Leatherfoot
- Harry Rosen

United States

New York, NY
- Paul Stuart
- epaulet
- Leffot Shoes
- Bergdorf Goodman Men's store

Chicago, IL
- Paul Stuart
- Haberdashery
- Syd Jerome
- George Greene

Atlanta, GA
- Sid Mashburn

St. Louis, MO
- Mister Guy
- Woody's
- Kim Kuehner
- Morris Fashions

Washington, D.C.
- William Fox & Co.
- Riccardi's (this place sucks and is a complete rip off)

Pittsburgh, PA
- Larrimore's
- Nettleton's

San Francisco, CA
- Wilkes Bashford
- Unionmade
- The Hound

Richmond, VA
- Peter Blair
- Beecroft & Bull
- Franco's

Charlottesville, VA
- Eljo's

Charleston, SC
- Ben Silver

Newport Beach, CA
- Gary's

Beverly Hills, CA
- Carroll & Co.

Boston, MA
- LouisBoston
- Andover Shop

Greenwich, ??
- Richard's

Westport, ??
- Mitchell's

Minneapolis / St. Paul, MN
- Hubert White
- Heimie's Haberdashery
- Judd Frost Clothiers

Portland, OR
- Mario's
- John Helmer Haberdasher
- Blake
- Reveille
- Seams To Fit

Seattle, WA
- Mario's

Carmel, CA
- Khaki's

Salt Lake City, UT
- Utah Woolen Mills

Denver, CO
- Lawrence Covell
- Homer Reed

Buffalo, NY,
- O'Connell's

Dallas, TX
- Culwell & Son
- Stanley Korshak

Birmingham, AL
- Plainclothes

Winter Park, FL (Orlando)
- John Craig Clothier


ASIA

Hong Kong
- The Armoury


EUROPE

Germany

Munich
- Eduard Meier/James Dowie
- Emanuel Berg München
- Lodenfrey (men's store)
- Max Dietl
- R. Danis Schuhmanufaktur
- Schuhe & Handwerk
- Unützer
- Werner Scherer

Frankfurt
- Diehl & Diehl

Hamburg
- Ladage & Oelke

Berlin
- Brummer
- Edsor

Düsseldorf
- Schlichtmann

Italy

Milan
- Al Bazar
- M. Bardelli
- Neglia Sartoria

Naples
- Magnifique

Rome
- Battistoni

Spain

Barcelona
- Bel y Cia

Sweden

Stockholm
- Skoakiebiolget

United Kingdom

London
- Drake's London
- Edward Green

Philadelphia
Boyd's

Oklahoma City
Mr. Ooley's

I also travel a fair amount, at least in the US. This thread will be gold!
post #44 of 97
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Frankfurt / Main
Diehl & Diehl

Also in Frankfurt: Willi Hahner.
post #45 of 97
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Also in Frankfurt: Willi Hahner.

I will be in FFM shortly - can you add a bit what about what they carry and where they are located?
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