Gents, autumn requires looking at your closet anew. Here are some of our favorite spots to give your wardrobe the mojo it needs in the months ahead.
The Java Stripe jacket is from Indochino’s fall line.
First stop, CityCenterDC for this British American menswear brand’s take on modern looks. Founded in 1938, the luxury clothing brand launched in New York City by Ralph Ostrove, naming his company after his son, Paul Stuart Ostrove. The DC venue provides exclusive and custom-tailored clothing, with pants, shirts and even the finest robes we’ve seen this fall. Can’t make it into the boutique? Try the brand’s virtual suit service known as CustomLAB. 906 I St. NW, 202.754.8866, paulstuart.com
Located at Tysons Galleria, this boutique experience gives gents the opportunity to order their custom garments online or in-person. Shop new fall arrivals, including Belford houndstooth suits, the Durham windowpane blue blazer and Dilham shirts. 2001 International Drive, Tysons, 703.866.8995, indochino.com
Ben Stiller showcases the latest looks from Paul Stuart.
The high-end fabrics with unusual accents make Billy Reid a model for casual luxury. From everyday pieces to new arrivals like the Gibson crew neck, the brand retains its classic American style. Take a trip to Georgetown to shop the fall 2022 collection, inspired by the natural beauty of the American South. 3211 M St. NW, 202.499.6765, billyreid.com
Rag & Bone
The brand’s timeless pieces encompass British tailoring and authentic items from its New York origins. When ducking into the Georgetown shop, look for clothing encompassing classic tailoring like its new Buzz leather jacket, Grant suede coat, Gus corduroy shirt and Grenson Dodger boots. 3067 M St. , 202.295.9072, rag-bone.com
Located in a great spot in Georgetown, Everard’s Clothing is a specialized full-service boutique from exclusive designers and manufacturers around the globe. The family-owned business, run by husband-and-wife team Louis and Jennifer Everard, includes iconic pieces from textured blazers and silk sweaters to striped polos and simple collared shirts. 1802 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202.298.7464, everardsclothing.com
Photography by: COURTESY OF INDOCHINO; COURTESY OF PAUL STUART