If Uniqlo with one US branch is on the list, then Reiss needs to be here and in the top 3. 1. Uniqlo: l/s tops fit weird, but great chinos, knits, Ts, and accessories. The price point is practically a bonus given how well some of the stuff fits me. The colors are almost exactly what I'm looking for every time I'm there. 2. J. Crew: almost in spite of itself, it's this high on my list. I get the damn catalogs in the mail and can't stand the preppy costuming. Then I find myself in a store picking up a $20 shirt that turns out to be one of my go-to casual button-downs, along with all the other J. Crew sale pickups in my closet. 3. Reiss: European style but not H&M/Zara over-the-top or disposable (with prices befitting). 4. BR: Great buys for accessories and outerwear on sale, which is frequently. 5. Club Monaco: used to be #1 for me -- three years ago, they would've been #1, but their cuts seem much less fitted these days and the sales are less stocked) 6. United Colors of Benetton: borderline Euro-trash, but basic business wear is a good value. 7. Gap: great for Ts. Size down. Any takes on Martin & Osa? I prefer the store experience at J. Crew to Rugby and the branding around both lines is so similar that they read practically identically to the untrained observer. Aside from that, I'll stick with RLPL on sale and RRL on eBay at those price points. It's been a long time since I've shopped Express, ON, and Target for clothes (though Target has a decent selection of bamboo socks). Just say no to Aeropostale, American Eagle, and Abercrombie.