With online retailers raking in more than, I don't know, roughly $1 trillion last year, the livelihood of physical stores remains in clear and present danger. While Darwinian logic suggests that e-commerce is a necessary death blow to physical retailers, there are a select few stores around the globe making a defiant case for the traditional brick and mortar approach. And nowhere is this more apparent than in menswear, a corner of the market historically flush with customers content to purchase garments IRL. A plethora of men’s haberdashers exist solely to cater to those looking for a truly hands on experience. These stores champion the sale of men’s clothing in an environment befitting those very garments’ quality. Whether luxurious, intimate, quirky or historic, one thing is clear: they’re all handsome spaces in which you will divest yourself of both your disposable and non-disposable income.