Feb. 9, 2016
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Best Local Men's Clothing Store 2008

 Because Metrosexual Is Sexy

July 24, 2008, 12:00 am
1 Harry’s Clothing
202 Galisteo St.
505-988-1959


A recent study by the Wall Street Journal found that only 6 percent of men in America wear a tie on a daily basis. As the country slowly slips from Casual Friday to Casual Life, the staff at Harry’s aims to keep men fashion-conscious and looking their best. Owner Greg Voida has owned Harry’s for 37 years now and, by providing men with quality- and style-driven brands like Jhane Barnes, Tommy Bahama and Canali, he hopes to make the world a more beautiful place. Voida and manager Jim Flower have more than 80 years of menswear experience between them. “We know what to put on a guy and how to fit it,” Voida says. “We can tell a size without asking—it comes naturally after doing it for so long.” An experienced staff, coupled with an inventory of only the best brands, makes Harry’s a one-stop shop for the sharp-dressed man’s socks, hats and everything in between.

2 Robert R Bailey
150 Washington Ave. #105
505-983-8803


3
Corsini
107 W. San Francisco St.
505-820-2300

 

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