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Where should I shop in Paris?

majorhancock

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I'm going to Paris next week, for the entire week. Any ideas where I should shop? I know Charvet (well above my income level, alas) but would be open to finding any other boutiques worth checking out.
 

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My recommendations for Paris from 2012:


Not super high end, but excellent RTW clothing:

You might wish to try these shops for well-priced semi
trad menswear. I own several pairs of their dress slacks,
the oldest of which is from the early 80s.
They are superbly made and have worn extremely well.
I haven't been to Paris in the last few years , but the last time
I checked, the stores carried the same style and quality.
Also recently endorsed by other SF memebers.

Arthur et Fox
159 Blvd. St Germain
75006 Paris

Arthur et Fox
44 Rue du Bac
75007 Paris

There's another branch near the Opera.
Also, as I recall, at least several years back,
they owned another store near Ave. Foch
but with a different name

Weston shoes are another good bet.
 

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What are you looking for? What's your spending comfort level?
 

majorhancock

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I mainly shop for RTW shirts, ties, and pocket squares. I would be comfortable spending 150-200 euros for a good shirt, but not 600 euros.
 

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Hilditch and Key has a Paris shop

Hilditch et Key, 252, Rue de Rivoli, Paris, France

Arthur et Fox has shirts probably cheaper than H & K
 

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Galerie Lafayette. I did also go to Charvet and picked up a beautiful pocket square which is my favorite Paris souvenir.
 
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Hartwood
Husbands
Cifonelli

There's also a meh tailor with good cloth prices. I don't remember his name, but it's by opera on the side of the street that intersects with rue de la paix.
 

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