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BEST Men's Clothing

2005 BEST Men's Clothing, South

Natale’s

Hanover

Master tailor Natale Agostino embraces Italian custom tailoring, the global gold standard in men’s clothing. He will sew you meticulous suits, vests, and sport coats with just-imported fabrics. Pair these with a solid assortment of casual ready-to-wear, and you’ll have… read more»

2005 BEST Men's Clothing, West

Mr. Sid

Newton Centre

When it comes to clothes, most men could use a little help. Thankfully, the enormous Mr. Sid carries all the hottest fashions—casual Zegna-Sport, formal Brioni, and classic Bruno Magli—and employs a small army of personal consultants to provide just the… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, Sophisticated

Sean

Boston

The inventory at this new outpost of the tiny, much-hyped Sean chain consists exclusively of items created by up-and-coming Parisian designer Emile Lafaurie, whose fans have drawn comparisons to Paul Smith and a young Ralph Lauren. His line has also… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, Cape Cod

Market

Provincetown

This easy-to-shop, designer-packed store is proof of how far metrosexuality has taken men’s dressing. There are Dolce & Gabbana bathing trunks and jeans, funky DSquared2 tanks, intricate but masculine embroidered shirts by Rare, clean-lined Ferré pants, and Versace accessories. It’s… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, North

Giblees

Danvers

Giblees may not look like much from vantage of Route 114, but behind its inconspicuous storefront is an international array of the finest men’s suits and casualwear this side of I-95. Lucky, Paper Denim & Cloth, Hugo Boss, and Coogi… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, South

Bo Line

Norwell

If casual men’s clothes can look smart just as easily as they can look dumpy, why not go for smart? That’s the question eloquently posed by Bo Line, the style-wise custom shop filled with perfectly tailored dress shirts, ties, and… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, West

Mr. Sid

Newton

Some men say they hate to shop. They’d change their minds at Mr. Sid, where an exceptional selection of fine menswear from around the globe put to shame the backwards-cap-wearing, saggy, baggy jeans culture. This shop has a full stable… read more»

2004 BEST Men's Clothing, Casual

Allston Beat

Boston

Allston Beat’s salesmen are as serious about denim as jewelers are about diamonds, eagerly schooling customers in the subtleties of cut, color, and defects (in this case intentional, and likely to cost extra) in its extensive inventory of cult-brand jeans…. read more»

2003 BEST Men's Clothing, North

Giblee’s Fine Men’s Clothing

Danvers

In an area where the men’s clothing selection has traditionally tended toward golf shirts and whale pants, Giblee’s is a welcome departure. Italian merino wool sweaters from Bobby Jones share rack space with Hugo Boss leather jackets and Joseph Abboud… read more»

2003 BEST Men's Clothing, South

Natale’s of Hanover

Hanover

Natale Agostino reminds his customers that clothes off the rack are a curiously American phenomenon. And he should know. Natale spent 11 years as a tailor’s apprentice in Reggio Calabria, learning to meticulously cut the garment to the man. These… read more»