“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” says Nancy Dilts, a personal wardrobe stylist, who specializes in sustainable shopping.
“On any given day, a new customer will walk into our store and remark, ‘Wow, this is just the kind of men’s store I’ve been looking for,’” says Nicole Chose, co-owner and marketing director of The Foursome, a Plymouth menswear store.
Get your sweat on at Fly Feet Running while rocking its new fitness wear. Kristin Shane, owner of Fly Feet in Wayzata, says that as a fitness consumer, style is a big deal—as well as being comfortable.
Looking to stay both comfortable and stylish this fall? Try out something from the brand Angela Mara, available at Plymouth’s Abode & Co.
Since 2011, Interfaith Outreach has run a thrift store on the corner of County Road 6 and County Road 101 N. offering high quality secondhand clothing, jewelry, furniture and household goods.
From beautifully hand-embroidered sarees, lenghas and salwar kameez to bangles, necklaces and bindis, Nila Chakraborty expresses her love for Indian ethnic wear through her online business ShopBollyWear.com.
Sue Olmscheid at Lillian’s Urban Market Medina suggests an outfit composed of a long-sleeve T-shirt topped with a tunic, leggings and boots.
As you’ve probably already seen this winter, flannels are here to stay. Many men are still enjoying the full beards and “lumber-sexual” style, and flannel shirts fit in perfectly, says Nicole Chose, one of the owners of The Foursome in Plymouth.
I fought many battles with my mom while shopping for back-to-school clothes as a kid. She insisted I try on the clothes in the fitting room before she would fish out her checkbook; I had an aversion to those brightly lit stalls, and avoided them even at the expense of her irritation.