If you're peeling yourself off of the formica counter top of an unfamiliar restaurant in Austin, TX, and wearing someone else's shirt, then you're probably partying way too hard. You're also probably going to need another shirt. Thank goodness you had the foresight to stash your credit card in your shoe before handing your entire wallet to a hot chick in celebration of her hotness because dude, you need to check out these menswear stores...
1904 Guadalupe St.
Carrying everything from Play Cloths, WeSC, Gourmet, and 10.Deep, Complete Clothing is the one-stop streetwear shop for Austin heads and coolguys. Plus they have a massive flatscreen for PS3 tournies.
1200 S. Congress Ave.
Swanning into Luther's it's hard to believe that this homage to image and workwear excellence was only opened a short year ago. Proprietor Cory Moore's keen eye has turned the 600 square foot SoCo space into a pantheon of shit you want. Seriously, their Indian Motorcycle leather jackets are ridic.
Bows + Arrows
215 South Lamar Blvd.
OK, I'm just going to name the brands carried here because honestly, NOTHING will be more effective. Alexander Olch, Apolis Activism, Band of Outsiders, BillyKirk, Cheap Monday, Engineered Garments, Oliver Spencer, Rachel Comey, Rag & Bone, Relwen, Shipley & Halmos, Steven Alan. Boom. Obviously, this is up your alley.
524 N. Lamar
With two outposts, one on N. Lamar and the other on S. Congress, By George is one of Austin's older menswear boutiques since is was opened in 1977 by husband and wife Matthew and Katy Culmos. OG status.
2815 Guadalupe St.
For all those familiar with Matt Halfhill's site nicekicks.com, they can expect the same methodical attention to detail and curation at his new brick-and-mortar down the block from the University of Texas at Austin campuses. Hook 'em.
78704 S. Congress Ave.
If you haven't already, check out our extensive interview with Stag's co-founder, Steve Allen because it's not to be missed. And you should also go ahead and visit these dangerously inviting, tightly edited collections of American sportswear. They're housed in a beautifully laid out space, complete with antique furniture and hunting trophies.
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