Byuing new clothes is never as much fun as in New York. We tried that ourselves. We know, what we are talking about. But New York is not a small town, which is why you should know where you can buy awesome menswear.
To not only know that somehow, but specifically, the Blog “A Continous Lean” created a great New York-Menswear-Shopping-Plan with Google-Maps erstellt. This is where you can find the most important adresses for mens fashion in the city.
It’s no surprise, that the most menswear stores are located in SoHo, south of Houston-Street. But also off the grid, as on 5th Ave and NoLita, are interesting Shops, for instance in Brooklyn. But try out yourself: Here is the Google-Map “Men’s Shopping in New York City”.
We really want to fly to NYC right now, to try out this Shopping-Guide. Would someone please be so kind and sponsor us two Business-Class-Tickets and 5000 Euro Shopping-Budget?
P.S.: Only drinking is more fun than shopping in New York. But thank god, “A Continuos Lean” has a solution for that too. You can find it here.
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A few years ago, streetstyle-experts started wearing their jackets or coats around their shoulders, instead of putting their arms through their sleeves. The technical term for that is ‘coat slinging’.
Recently, the german newspaper BUNTE (!) reported about the styling-trend. ‘Coat slinging’ therefore officially became a ‘no-go’. So: dear friends with good taste, please stick your arms in your sleeves from now on.
Because a sleeve without an arm, is like Justin O’Shea without Veronika, like Cara Delevigne without eyebrows: somehow not complete.
In 2008, Scott Schuman (aka: The Sartorialist) has revealed the first case of ‘coat slinging’ on his blog, afterwards an epidemic broke out, from which the fashion-world still has not recovered.
It has been enough: put your jackets on properly again! Otherwise you appear like a gay fashion-journalist from 2010 (who would put his arms into sleeves nowadays)