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Stepping into the new year has us all thinking about improving our lives, including our wardrobe. What type of footwear are we kicking 2022 off in? Heck, what about the rest of our closet? Enter the best online clothing stores for men, where we can upgrade our style with just a few clicks.
Next question: where to start? Between recommendations from friends, family, and IG ads, finding a reliable men’s online clothing store can feel like a slog. That’s why we scoured the internet for the best online stores for men’s clothing, so you can fast-track your fashion game in no time. Workout clothes? Check. Office essentials? Covered. Formalwear? You bet ya.
Just don’t forget to bookmark these sites on your browser since you will want to visit them all year long.
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Mack Weldon is a lifestyle brand on a mission to reinvent menswear basics, from T-shirts to pants and even underwear. Their secret sauce is a combination of intense focus on design, commitment to ethical manufacturing, and developing the brand’s specialty fabrics, such as their 18-Hour Jersey—a blend of cotton, smooth modal, and stretch Lycra—that sits for 18 hours before it’s cut, resulting in a super soft fabric that fits in all right places.
Buck Mason is an L.A.-based company that tailors to guys who want fuss-free staples that will look good for years to come. Founders Sasha Koehn and Erik Allen obsess over the details of each piece, taking into account movement, fit and technical application. While the brand is known for its jeans and T-shirts, yes that T-shirt, their offerings now include Henleys, shirt jackets, and sweaters.
It’s no secret that Amazon’s private label machine is diving into a range of industries, from furniture and home goods to vitamin and, yes, you guessed it, fashion. And their designs are surprisingly on-trend. The online juggernaut has your closet needs covered with several private labels including Goodthread’s weekend-ready separates and athleisure from Peak Velocity.
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Easily one of the most recognizable activewear brands, Adidas was founded in 1949 and quickly revolutionized the sportswear game by adding wooden studs to the bottom of soccer cleats. Today, athletes and gym buffs can find duds for virtually any sport, from golf to snowboarding. Their celebrity collaborations, including Beyonce’s IVY PARK, fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto’s Y-3, and Kanye West’s YEZZY shoe line, keep their offerings on trend.
Abercrombie & Fitch
It was hard the deny the influence of Abercrombie & Fitch in the early aughts; from the large logos to Fierce, the signature scent that permeated the brand’s physical locations. Today, Club Monaco alum Aaron Levine has updated A&F aesthetic with tailored classic pieces, including linen-lined joggers, and cardigans. Many, sans logo.
ASOS is an online destination that offers something for everyone. The British online retailer provides stylish and affordable pieces that value size inclusivity and promoting new designers.
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Known for its collections of modern workwear, Banana Republic is a favorite destination for men looking to dress up without looking too preppy. Think office-ready chinos, cozy ribbed sweaters, and tailored jackets with smartly placed pockets.
Karin Gustafsson, the creative director behind COS, makes menswear with an artistic edge. Known for its minimalistic designs, COS regularly gives wardrobe staples, such as the blazer jacket, a modern twist, at an accessible price point.
Everlane was one of the first brands to make a mark on the ethical fashion. Referred to as “Radical Transparency,” the company displays the costs of making each product, including materials, hardware, labor, duties, and transportation. You won’t find buzzy product drops here. Instead, Everlane focuses on classic staples in neutral tones that go with just about anything.
In 1897, Filson earned a reputation for outfitting the pioneers of the Yukon Gold Rush, seeking fortune in unforgiving, outdoor terrain. Today, the Seattle-based company maintains a reputation for making clothing, gear, and luggage engineered for adventurers and outdoorsmen. The secret lies in the brand’s focus on textiles, including its protective Filson Tin cloth, Rugged Twill, vegetable-tanned leather, and military-grade ballistic nylon that can withstand the elements.
Shopping for clothing in big and tall sizes can seem like a daunting task, especially when most retailer sizing ends at XL. The solution? DXL Apparel, which offers pant waist sizes 38-70, shirts from 4XL, and shoe sizes up to 16. You might also snag something from their designer lineup, including True Religion, Robert Graham, and Cole Haan.
For over a decade, Mr. Porter has been the go-to site for the coolest luxury brands around. This includes staples from Brunello Cucinelli cotton sweater to sleek threads from the likes of Balenciaga, Thom Browne, and AMI Paris, the only other time you might find these many designers in one place is, well, fashion week.
Nordstrom is known for its vast range of stylish lines from mid-level to luxury brands. Find exactly what you are looking for, whether shopping for loungewear or going out and everything in between.
If shopping sustainability is top-of-mind, then look no further than Outdoor Voices. The Austin-based recreational apparel brand sells sustainable fabric alternatives, including RecPoly (made from recycled PET) and MegaFleece (made from recycled wool). Plus, they actually look good: tapered sweatpants, fitted shorts, and a Seamless collection that fits in all the right places.
Rag and Bone
Rag & Bone combines Savile Rowe tailoring and American workwear to create high-quality pieces built to last. Expect to find some of the best textiles, including durable, comfortable stretch denim, brushed cotton flannel, and wool jersey.
Huckberry’s founders created an online destination, “equal parts store, magazine, and inspiration” for outdoorsmen who care about style. Bestsellers include a Flannel-lined waxed jacket from Flint and Tinder and sturdy boots from Astorflex. New styles are released every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.
Some fashion labels have a flair for the dramatic and avant-garde, while others specialize in timeless staples. British retailer Reiss is of the latter. Expect to find pieces to be worn at the office or smart-casual occasions, from a signature Oxford shirt to sturdy coats.
Saks Fifth Avenue
A longtime symbol of luxury and fashion, Saks Fifth Avenue has housed some of the world’s best designer wears for over 150 years. You will spot familiar names, such as Ralph Lauren and Versace, alongside more contemporary brands, including Nanushka, Linksoul, and KNT by Kiton.
Scotch and Soda
A bomber jacket with sporty color lines. A soft knitted jacket with a multi-color gradient. A classic button-down shirt. These are all available at Scotch and Soda, the Dutch retailer known for celebrating Amsterdam’s laidback aesthetic. The brand’s lineup includes all of the essentials, from shirts and jeans to winter coats and suits, reimagined with artful statements and contemporary details.
With over 100 menswear brands to choose from, Shopbop is the perfect resource for gents hoping to score the latest designer finds (usually at a much more affordable price point).
The brainchild of Palestinian-born Rami Atallah, Ssense is an online destination that exudes “cool” as soon as you land on its homepage. The Montreal-based company carries legacy fashion brands alongside newer streetwear labels and is known for taking bets on up-and-coming designers.
Lululemon is the perfect destination for elevated basics that you can wear at the office, or the gym. What sets the brand’s clothing apart is its investment in technical fabrics that feature, among other things, all-day ease of movement, sweat-wicking, and quick-drying. Their popular ABC (anti-ball crushing) pants have become a favorite solution for guys looking to remove tension … down there.
Vancouver-based Indochino was created for men who don’t want to spend a fortune on formalwear. The brand’s online service allows you to customize your fit—the average suit ranges from $299-$549—with the delivery time estimated at four weeks. Want to complete the look? They also offer plenty of solid dress shirts and tuxedos.
Nordic sensibilities of minimalism and effortless dressing come to life in Arket, one of the newest members of the H&M family of brands that offers high-quality materials at reasonable prices. There are no frills, sparkle, or embellishments here. Just streamlined, well-tailored everyday essentials that will easily find a home in your closet.
Frank and Oak
Frank and Oak combine sustainable practices with the thoughtful details you might expect from a heritage luxury brand to create dynamic fits suited for professional creatives. Expect to find cozy sweaters, fitted shirts, and layer-ready Henleys in muted colors.
With so many activewear brands to choose from, Vuori stands out with its top-notch fabrics and tailored fits. Inspired by its native SoCal’s laidback-yet-active vibe, the e-commerce brand is a go-to for guys who want to look as good at the gym as they do out on the town. Consider the streamlined Sunday Performance Jogger (with less bulk around the ankles) or the Strato Tech Tee made with a super soft knit fabric and UPF 30+ protection.
Shopping for formalwear can be an exhausting and expensive endeavor. Luckily you can turn to Amsterdam-based SuitSupply to add some post-pandemic polish to your wardrobe. Known for their excellent use of textiles and European-style tailoring, it’s easy enough to find a style that suits you off-the-rack. Or, for $600, you can design your suit or sports coat, with options to customize the fabric, lining, embroidery, and, yes, even the buttons.
You might be surprised to learn that Dick’s Sporting Goods launched a men’s athletic apparel brand early last year, but we can already hear the “click, click, click” of eager purchases after a visit to VRST’s website. The line is anchored by commuter pants, joggers, and T-shirts made in neutral colors and at affordable prices.
The mega-retailer appeals to just about any guy thanks to its vast selection of everyday essentials and trendy one-offs that you can cop without breaking the bank.
Once known for its ’90s preppy aesthetic, today’s J.Crew is more timeless and classic, featuring cozy knit sweaters, smart chinos, and fitted tees that would look great for years to come.
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