Stores In The United States
Mall-tier/Fast Fashion: Only purchase for basics such as t-shirts, underwear, socks, etc. Generally should be avoided, but recommended for poorfags. Buy sparsely and do NOT build a large wardrobe with these stores.
Low-tier: A bit more pricey compared to fast fashion brands. Some under this catagory could also fit themselves into fast fashion, but their reputation has served them to be less diaposable.
Medium-tier:The start to entry level designer pieces. Clothes are made of a higher quality with an idea in mind, however still caters to a general audience.
Haute couture: High end fashion created from expensive fabric and sewn together with incredible attention to detail. These brands build to create a story and send a message, thus their clothes are created for a certain body build in mind.
Artisanal: Hand-made with skill that approaches that of an artist. This has nothing to do with design and everything to do with production methods. A boring design done fully by hand (e.g., a full bespoke two button suit) is 'artisanal'. Many designers source their clothing from artisans, but not all designer clothing is 'artisanal'.
|4.0||aArtisanal/Luxury||Sells designer clothing by Carol Christian Poell, Sruli Recht, Rick Owens, and more.||http://www.darklandsberlin.com/|
|Acne||bHigh||Designer clothes from Sweden.||http://acnestudios.com/|
|Archival Clothing||cMedium||Great outdoorsy backpacks, and some other vintage-inspired clothing.||http://store.archivalclothing.com/|
|Atelier New York||bHigh||"Goth-ninja" stuff. Everything is black, grey, or white.||http://www.ateliernewyork.com/|
|Barneys New York||bHigh||From high "goof" to Hamptons prep, anything that's expensive will be on here.||http://www.barneys.com/|
|Bergdorf Goodman||bHigh||Similar to Neiman Marcus but with even more expensive labels.||http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/|
|Blue in Green||bHigh||Mainly sells raw denim.||http://www.blueingreensoho.com/|
|Blue Owl Workshop||cMedium||Mostly sells raw denim on the cheaper side; known for having a great Momotaro stock||http://www.blueowl.us/|
|Epaulet New York||bHigh||Straight-up classic menswear, focusing on a high quality of construction. Has lots of exclusive Carmina models.||http://www.epauletnewyork.com/|
|farfetch||bHigh||Boutique shopping aggregator.||http://farfetch.com/|
|JCPenney||eMall/Fast fashion||Good place to cop Levi's jeans if you cannot find an outlet. St. Johns Bay brand is pretty decent. Otherwise shit quality and full of soccer moms.||http://www.jcpenney.com/|
|Karmaloop||dLow||Has sales literally almost every day. Can sometimes find entry-level designer brands (e.g. Naked and Famous) at deep discount.||http://www.karmaloop.com/|
|Kith||cMedium||Offers custom and limited edition colorways and material choices on well known shoe brands. Marked up accordingly.||http://shop.kithnyc.com/|
|Kohl's||eMall/Fast fashion||Mostly bad quality and fit, never buy the full-priced stuff. But has huge sales and clearance deals all the time, usually something okay can be found for dirt cheap. Apt. 9 brand is decent.||http://www.kohls.com/|
|Leffot||bHigh||Retailer of high-end shoes, from Edward Green to Viberg.||http://www.leffot.com/|
|Macy's||eMall/Fast fashion||Purveyor of various dad/mom/grandma-core clothing and other bland or otherwise bottom-of-the-barrel designer brands. Generally pretty cheap - occasionally they have something worth buying.||http://www.macys.com/|
|Mr. Porter||bHigh||The male version of Net-a-Porter. Designer clothing from Givenchy, Prada, Alexander McQueen, Loro Piana, etc.||http://mrporter.com/|
|Nordstrom||cMedium||Carries various upscale brands, you can find anything from Varvatos to Ferragamo to Prada here. More menswear/prep orientated than similar stores. Great if you need a suit and pair of oxfords.||http://nordstrom.com/|
|Revolve Clothing||cMedium||Revolve Clothing offers 20% off on first purchases if you email them with your order number.||http://www.revolveclothing.com/|
|SSENSE||bHigh||Designer clothes. Beware imposter stores from China with identical websites.||http://www.ssense.com/|
|Self Edge||bHigh||One of the first stores to help establish the high end denim scene, SE shines at doing collabs with various brands.||http://www.selfedge.com/|
|Tres Bien||bHigh||Mostly streetwear, but they also have a pretty good formalwear selection. Probably the cheapest shop you will find for designer stuff, some nice discount codes from time to time||http://shop.tres-bien.com/|
|Unionmade||bHigh||One of the best shops out there for mid- to high-tier menswear. Does collaborations with Alden fairly often.||http://www.unionmadegoods.com/|