Project: What are your favorite men's clothing e-commerce websites?

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  1. imightbechad

    imightbechad Senior member

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    I'm helping out with the redesign of a men's clothing website and would love to know what your favorite e-commerce sites are.

    The best interface? The easiest to navigate? The most unique/interactive web experience? The one you return to most often?

    Any and all suggestions welcome.

    Thanks in advance,

    Chad
     
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    tresbien.
     
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    Yoox for their mad discounts
     
  5. GusW

    GusW Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Haven't found one that I call easy to navigate except maybe Yoox. Although the click on photos and details leave a lot to be desired. The Armory is looking very good but I haven't bought anything from it.

    I return a lot to Virtualclotheshorse mostly because of the assortment and value. The function is just OK. eHabadasher is just OK too but good values get me back.

    I want to see clear details on measurements and fabric especially with a closeup shot of fabric to show texture, color and weave details. I'm surprised how often one or more details are left off on expensive clothing.


    I'm helping out with the redesign of a men's clothing website and would love to know what your favorite e-commerce sites are.

    The easiest to navigate?

    Chad
     
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    notwithit Pullup laureate

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    Detailed measurements. Ideally, also provide models' dimensions and what size they wear in any fit pics.
     
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    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    MMM webstore (but awful awful awful interface. never want to scroll from left to right.)
    e-Lanvin


    and +1 to the "must have measurements" part. A part of the website that explains how you get your measurements is key too, since a lot of people might do things differently. It simplifies everything in customer service if you can just refer them to a web page that tells them where you take your measurements from.
     
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    Nananine Senior member

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    If you set the MMM web store to "view all" instead of slide show, it works a lot better.
     
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    ability to sort by size.
     
  13. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    If you set the MMM web store to "view all" instead of slide show, it works a lot better.

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  14. imightbechad

    imightbechad Senior member

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    Thanks for suggestions, all, and keep 'em coming.
     
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    I HATE that yoox has crap pictures, zero measurements, and no indication of the model/body name for suits/SC's.
    I also dislike when I click on the various filters and one at a time they all start working... I'd rather a single menu like ebay where I can click through a bunch of options and then just hit 'go' once...
     

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