Best of Philly

Best Men's Casual Clothing

2016 Best Men's Casual Clothing

Lapstone & Hammer

What happens when a painfully cool mens-wear boutique exhausts standard offerings? It joins forces with equally cool brands. In the past year, this shop has rolled out destructed denim hats from old-school sports mecca Mitchell & Ness and a recent 100-piece denim collection with Fishtown menswear brand Gentry + Rose.

1106 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA | 215-592-9166 | Website

2014 Best Casual Clothing for the Rugged Guy

Totem Brand Co.

535 South Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

This is where you’ll find attire for the quietly stylish man: hard-wearing boots by Danner and Red Wing, limited-edition denim each signed and numbered by […] Read more »

2014 Best Casual Clothing for the Fashion-Forward Guy

Armour

704 South 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Subtly futuristic button-ups and vests, delightfully odd wooden bow ties and lapel pins, custom-made patchwork tote bags by Philly designer Hamid Holloman the collection here […] Read more »

2013 Best Men's Casual Clothing

Mettlers American Mercantile

2129 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Three parts collegiate prep (worsted wool varsity cardigans), two parts Cape Cod cool (made-in-Massachusetts button-downs), a dose of Prince Harry elitism (Kent plaid brush pants) […] Read more »

2012 Best Men's Casual Clothing

Sugarcube

124 N 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Label-loving guys can get seriously dudded-out in brands like Levi’s Vintage, Dunderdon and Drifter. Selvedge denim here practically goes by the yard, and the well-curated […] Read more »

2011 Best Men's Casual Clothing

Metro Men’s Clothing

1615 East Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Website

Dudes. You’re kind of miserable when it comes to shopping, yes? And when you can dress yourself in one fell swoop from the jacket to […] Read more »