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Kamal Polyakov
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Mens Clothes Shops Uk

I belong to the tribe of men who actually enjoy clothes shopping. Those of us over 45 were lucky enough to witness the menswear retail boom of the 1980s and 1990s, when retailers employed DJs and sometimes even handed out free beer while you and your pals browsed the rails. It made a Saturday afternoon traipsing the independent stores an experience and a fine excuse to socialise.

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Originally finding favour as the go-to for custom-fit chinos, Spoke has carved a niche for making premium-quality menswear with a personalised touch. Offering an unparalleled approach to accurate sizing, which takes your height, weight, build an even age into account, all of its trousers are hand-finished to order and available in a wide selection of fabrics. The same diligence is also applied to finding the perfect t-shirt, polo shirt or belt.

From its humble beginnings in 1994 as a wholesale menswear brand, AllSaints has grown dramatically to establish itself as one of the biggest names on the high street. Today the firm headquartered in East London has more than 200 stores worldwide, each stocking its selection of signature distressed clothing and quality leather jackets, all finished with the instantly identifiable ramskull logo.

Sister brand to Zara, Bershka and H&M, Stradivarius puts a youthful and playful spin on the latest fashion trends at a very affordable price point. Particularly known for its bold prints and colourful designs, head here for innovative styles for women, as well as clothes for teens, sportswear, accessories and pyjamas.

An online destination for the Newcastle- and Glasgow-based store, End Clothing hones in on the latest menswear and sportswear designs from labels like Comme de Garcons, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Palace, Dries Van Noten and Thom Browne.

The brainchild of a self-taught tailor and shopkeeper, Oliver Spencer left art school to set up a stall on Portobello Road market. Now the brand has shops in Soho, Shoreditch and Bloomsbury and is known for its premium tailoring with a relaxed, modern and timeless style.

A family-owned and run business, Trotters originally concentrated on the zero-to-eight age group, however, due to customer demand it now caters for kids up to 11. The website sells clothes, nightwear, swimwear and footwear as well as hair accessories, toys and gifts.

Lululemon is a technical athletic apparel company for yoga, running, training and almost any other sweaty pursuit. Divided into menswear and womenswear, the brand also sells accessories like yoga mats, bags, water bottles and underwear.

Part of the Inditex group, which counts high street stalwart Zara among its best-known brands, Oysho is a womenswear shop that specialises in sportswear. It sells everything you need to complete your workout wardrobe, including leggings, sports bras, tracksuits and footwear.

Launched in 2013 by American actor Kate Hudson, Fabletics is an activewear brand that sells affordable, high-quality and stylish workout clothes for men and women, including yoga pants, leggings, joggers, tops, T-shirts and more for any fitness level. The label runs a VIP member programme, which gives customers benefits such as exclusive discounts and free weekly workouts.

At My Wardrobe HQ you can rent and buy womenswear designer clothes and accessories for just 10 per cent of the RRP. Spanning coats, dresses, skirts and even skiwear, you can shop a mix of designer and high street brands including Acne, Adidas, Realisation Par and Lanvin. You can enjoy wearing your rental from as little as four days to as long as two weeks and, when you are ready, just send it back via a pre-paid DPD return label.

A brand driven by social and environmental sustainability, Nu-in was birthed with a mission to create beautiful clothing while having a lower impact on our planet. The label uses a lot of recycled materials in its clothes, uses packaging made from sustainable resources like FSC-certified cardboard, and is also PETA-approved vegan, meaning no animals are harmed in the manufacturing of its products.

Outdoor clothing brand Patagonia uses recycled materials in 87 per cent of its products, while 100 per cent of the virgin cotton in its clothes is grown organically. The brand is also a member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition and 1% For The Planet, organisations dedicated to environmental and ethical initiatives and standards.

We love discovering new cloths and interesting fabrications, none more so than textured jersey, which is one of our favourites for the spring and summer months. Not only does it add tactility and a more three-dimensional aesthetic, it also brings colour and pattern alive, which is why we have incorporated some bold tones and various stripe elements this season. 041b061a72


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