I have tried, with little luck, to find good clothing where I live. Usually I cannot find the size I want when I do find something for cheap. I can never find a good pair of shoes for cheap either, and the bottom line is that I really do not like the types of clothing that are for sale here in Hampton Roads. It is just so much easier for me to shop on the Internet; yesterday I found a $190 pair of slacks for $20, and the shipping was free! I think I will do all of my shopping on the Internet from now on.
There are a few places online where men can find incredible deals on clothing for pennies on the dollar. You will forget all about eBay, TJ Maxx and Marshalls. These are for men who desire the absolute best in fashion, but would prefer to go about purchasing such items intelligently. Chances are you will find something that your peers do not know anything about.
6pm.com is a website that is primarily about shoes, but they do offer incredible deals on clothing. Expect to find deals of as great as 90 percent off for clothing. One never knows what they will find at this site, but it is an interesting find, in light of online retailers such as Overstock and Bluefly that are well known.
Yoox .com is a website that is primarily directed at younger men, with an emphasis on Italian fashion. They have great sample sales, where clothing is offered at up to 90 percent off. But they also offer clothing for as little as $10. Expect to find clothing as expensive as $6,000; as you visit Yoox, it learns your preferences and figures out how to anticipate what you like, based upon the pages you visit and the items you promote on social media or bookmark through their wish list.
A new website I came about as of the time of this writing is Barney’s New York Warehouse. Clothing is as cheap as $9; while there is no easy way to filter your search by the discount given, you can filter your search from low to high or high to low. Barney’s offers free shipping on orders over $150. The emphasis on European fashion that exists with other websites is not here; however, I did notice that Barney’s only sells Black Label Ralph Lauren, and mid-range clothing labels such as Tommy Hilfiger and Nautica are not present.
If you are into European fashion or American fashion that is admittedly a bit more “progressive” than traditional “nineties” American fashion has become, the Internet is the place to be. You have to know your size though. I would buy items that are one or two sizes larger if you are unfamiliar with the designer. You can always take the clothing to a tailor and still come out ahead.