This location has closed.



The buyers here are men, and it shows. Women’s clothing consists mostly of high-end church wear, office-ready pieces, and conservative cocktail attire by designers like Trina Turk, Cynthia Vincent, and Catherine Malandrino. (You won’t find studs, spikes, exposed zippers, or leather.) The men’s side of things is well-rounded and beautifully edited. Jeans come in washes that range from worn to dark. Graphic tees, hipster-worthy sweaters, and edgy hoodies line the racks, and fantastic jackets (think gray quilted with camel leather details) are featured upfront. Find purses by local designer Bobby Schandra next to the register, and head to the back for a sale rack that runs up to 50 percent off.

This store is closed as of January 2011.

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