Menswear is often reduced to an afterthought or side note in many department stores. But fortunately for fashionable men in the Mile High City, there are definite exceptions to that rule here. Keep reading for our top five menswear boutiques in metro Denver.
5) Sully & Co. 2443 Eliot Street
"I'm offering contemporary updates on timeless pieces," says Sully & Co. owner Mark Snipe of his new boutique in Jefferson Park. In his store, Snipe blends sub-genres like hipster, skater, preppy and urban city-slicker to create a unique shopping environment that allows men to shape their own style.
4) Family Affair 2049 Larimer Street
Family Affair not only features street-wear from hard-to-find labels like Billionaire Boys Club, but it offers haircuts as well. This shop is home to an eclectic mix of high-end skate-wear and accessories; it's a one-stop shop for your complete look. Keep reading for three more of the best menswear boutiques in Denver.
3) Steadbrook 46 South Broadway This clothing store and coffee house won our Best Menswear award in the Best of Denver 2014, and for good reason: It has great clothes. The selection includes graphic tees, button-ups and accessories that will work nicely into any wardrobe, and the minimalist approach can be braced from the interior of the shop all the way down to the polished wingtip-shoes sold here. 2)Armitage & McMillan 1550 Platte Street
Daniel Armitage and Darin Combs opened their menswear shop this past summer, adding an upscale lifestyle store to Denver's fashion scene. Along with a wide array of denim and shirts for men, Armitage & McMillan carries select home goods like wool blankets, candles and magazines for the modern man.
1) Suitsupply 299 Detroit Street
The Amsterdam-based company opened its seventh U.S. store in Cherry Creek North last year, giving the men of Denver a place wehre they can shop the luxurious brand that specializes in suits and tailoring. Aside from formal wear, Suitsupply is also great for accessories that transform an office day-look into a one ready to hit the city for a night out. Suitsupply's attention to details shines through its well-designed pieces, right down to the lining and stitching of every blazer.
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