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Headed by eminent fifth-generation retailer Justin Machus, this eponymous boutique store features a carefully chosen collection of stylish yet wearable menswear. Justin believes in working with the quiet brilliance of talented, emerging designers with a fresher take on things, a fact manifested in the chic collection that Machus features. Located in the Lower East Burnside neighborhood, the store carries an assortment of several menswear categories, ranging from tops, bottoms, denim-wear, accessories as well as outerwear.
You'll find oodles of both style and substance at the Frances May boutique. A well-curated collection of high-end clothing from American and European designer brands, like Rachel Comey, Acne and Dusen Dusen, has earned this local boutique a much-coveted place in the hearts of the city's stylishly attired. The aesthetic behind the boutique's inspired collection blends classic charm with the latest trends for clothing that will appear as fresh and fashion-forward as ever, even a couple of years down the line. Complemented by a thoughtful selection of accessories and shoes, a shopping spree at Frances May is one you won't regret.
Looking for stylish berets, fedora caps and straw hats? John Helmer Haberdasher features a special collection of head-gear for men. Equipped with gloves, handkerchiefs, belts, leather goods, scarves, ties, and other accoutrements - a fashionable man will find all the essentials to add to his wardrobe. This men's shop prides itself in its attention to detail and quality-control which puts a smile on every man's face, who wraps himself in John Helmer Haberdasher garb.
One of the best places in town to buy vintage clothing is Animal Traffic located in the northern part of Portland. In neatly organized and labelled sections you will find boots, vintage packs, pendletons, pens, accessories and of course, salvaged clothing for both men and women. And if for the next party you are going for a retro look then you don't need to shop anywhere else. The prices will not burn a hole in your pocket and a few hours of browsing through the collection will certainly pay off.