Just moved to Scottsdale and don’t know where to shop? Here are the top 5 clothing stores for men in the Scottsdale area.
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According to Modern Luxury’s Scottsdale Magazine, these are the top 5 men’s clothiers in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area:
The Clotherie has been dressing men with “international sophistication” since 1969. The store has every layer you put on in the morning from underwear to outerwear, and has a mix of casual and formal clothing, sportswear, business attire and shoes. Located in the Biltmore Fashion Park, The Clotherie promises to “offer expert tailoring and attention to detail with a sincere personal touch”.
7135 E. Camelback Rd.
This store specializes in athletic-inspired menswear. Created by NFL player Adrian Wilson, the store is meant to cater to Scottsdale’s younger crowd. However, because the shop carries a mixed variety of footwear and clothing brands, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone.
This San Francisco based company carries a number of pieces from brands like Rag and Bone, Levi’s and Comme des Garcons. Ladies, this store also carries women’s fashion, so while you’re helping your man find that perfect pair of jeans, you can browse, too.
Interested in custom jeans? This is the place to go. In addition to “ready to wear” pairs of pants, Lawless Denim can customize everything on a new pair of jeans from color to buttons to stitching. An added bonus of Roman Acevedo’s team in Phoenix? Your jeans are guaranteed for life.
Nelson Wade specializes in men’s custom clothing in everything from suits and ties to shirts, pants and casual blazers. Everything can be tailored to your pickiest specifications. Don’t like standard lining in your suit jackets? No worries, this can be customized, too.
Like this post on men’s clothiers? Also check out one of the newest suit stores in Scottsdale Quarter, Suitsupply
, which just started bringing its particular European flair to shoppers in the valley.