1998 BEST Men's Clothing, Resale Store
When he was an undergraduate at Harvard, John F. Kennedy used to sell his slightly worn formal wear to Max Keezer’s store, where Harvard men have shopped since 1895 for the occasional velvet-collared chesterfield. Keezer’s also sells a huge range of more practical, traditional formal wear, casual duds, and even hats. There’s also low-priced new merchandise and high-end closeouts at bargain-basement prices. They’re pretty picky about the used stuff, too. Trust us; we’ve triedd to sell them our suits.
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