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post #31 of 66
added: Context 113 King St Madison, WI 53703 Moda 5401 Walnut St # 3 Pittsburgh, PA 15232 Forty Five Ten Inc 4510 Mckinney Ave Dallas, TX 75205
post #32 of 66
This is a good idea. I didn't know that some of those Charlotte, NC shops existed. Has anyone been to old dog clothing at Phillips Place? I was at Luna on Friday with the SO and I would have checked it out had I known.
post #33 of 66
Anywhere in Denver? Omaha? Indianapolis? St. Louis?

Middle of the country looks barren.
post #34 of 66
How about Florida ? I know Chronoraug and a few others are from here.
post #35 of 66
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Anywhere in Denver? Omaha? Indianapolis? St. Louis?

Middle of the country looks barren.

Indianapolis has Frankeys, which has some decent stuff and lots of dross. That is all that I know about there.

Oh, in Portland, there is Nolita, and Pasadena has Neo39 (for sneakers only) and The Grey One, if you are into real streetwear.
post #36 of 66
Polite Society should be on there for Seattle as well along, of course, with Atsui.
www.shoppolitesociety.com and I imagine you can find a link for Atsui no too far from here.
post #37 of 66
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But what about the OC?

Carve (http://www.yelp.com/biz/carve-costa-mesa)
2930 Bristol St
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

American Rag (http://www.yelp.com/biz/american-rag-newport-beach)
905 Newport Center Dr.
Newport Beach, CA 92663

Barneys Co-Op
3333 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Fetneh Blake (Womens)
427 N Coast Hwy
Laguna Beach, CA 92651


I can't add to the map for some reason...
post #38 of 66
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Polite Society should be on there for Seattle as well along, of course, with Atsui.
www.shoppolitesociety.com and I imagine you can find a link for Atsui no too far from here.

Seattle is actually decent for shops, though not in the same league as most of the major markets, excepting maybe Chicago.

Anyway, Marios and Butch Blum should not be neglected.

In Chicago, along with Hejfina and Jake, there is Apartment 9. Gamma Player should not be left out either.
post #39 of 66
In OakTown we have 2 great stores that are 75 feet away from each other. Dapper and August, both on College by the library to anyone who wants to go. Dapper has a lot of less recognizable (even to us) brands like Orthodox and Friend or Foe, and they are the only place I know that carries Schmoove shoes. August is more high end, lots of raw/selvedge jeans that are always on sale because no one goes there. And they have Ever clothes which are pretty cool. I've heard of a place around called Verse that is all sneakers. I've yet to go, but I want to see if it is really ghetto (which is entirely possible) or really cool.
post #40 of 66
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How about Florida ? I know Chronoraug and a few others are from here.

Nothing good in Florida from what I have found. I just rely on local stores like AA, Bannana, and Gap for cheap basics and buy the rest online.
post #41 of 66
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This is a good idea. I didn't know that some of those Charlotte, NC shops existed. Has anyone been to old dog clothing at Phillips Place? I was at Luna on Friday with the SO and I would have checked it out had I known.
Yes. I went there last year but I don't remember all the menswear they carry. Keep in mind it's a menswear store (suits, slacks, etc.) not a streetwear store. I think I added most of the Charlotte noteworthy stores, but if I remember any more I'll add them later. Tell your SO that Poole Shop is better than Luna. (I like how most of those stores have a dragged-along-boyfriend/husband section with magazines and chairs. I usually just look at women's clothes and keep saying 'Ohh! This is so cute!')
post #42 of 66
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Indianapolis has Frankeys

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Polite Society should be on there for Seattle as well along, of course, with Atsui.

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Carve
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

American Rag
Newport Beach, CA 92663

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Anyway, Marios and Butch Blum should not be neglected.

In Chicago, along with Hejfina and Jake, there is Apartment 9. Gamma Player should not be left out either.

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In OakTown we have 2 great stores that are 75 feet away from each other. Dapper and August, both on College by the library to anyone who wants to go.

Added these, keep them coming.
post #43 of 66
Brooklyn:

Stuart and Wright, Hollander and Lexer, Steven Alan, Smith and Butler
post #44 of 66
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Brooklyn:

Stuart and Wright, Hollander and Lexer, Steven Alan, Smith and Butler

Also, Yoko Devereaux and the original Oak store. ISA rest in peace.
post #45 of 66
There are a lot of LA stores not in there. Off the top of my head I get: Secret Service Confederacy Legion RRL Fred Segal American Rag Douglas Fir
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