Misterben is seeking good-quality warm men's pajamas. LL Bean is excluded
since the quality has dropped in recent years. Pants only or a set are OK. Flannel is preferable, although fleece will also be considered. The price should be approximately under $50 USD. Finally, they must not be made in China or from a brand that is known to use sweatshops. He loves US-made brands but we know that is hard to find at this price point.
posted by matildaben
on Dec 27, 2013 -
For a bunch of reasons (some good, some bad) I have the next two and half months totally free. I don't have to do a thing, I have no reason to make any more money and I've got oceans of time, a nest egg of savings, and a gym membership. Previous times like this I've focused on making my skill-set or apartment better/fancier, but now I want to focus on myself. No creative projects, no learning and growing, just pure, unabashed vanity. What can I do in two and half months to get all kinds of pretty? Ideally during the day. [more inside]
posted by The Whelk
on Nov 9, 2013 -
Dressing as an adult... for men.
I've spent a bunch of time randomly googling and browsing through clothing regailer sites and blogs, but haven't come across quite what i'm looking for. As a man who doesn't like to shop, I would love to find a web-site that has photos of people wearing clothing that I like... along with links to where I can purchase those clothes. Seems simple, right? Well, not so fast. [more inside]
posted by jimmereeno
on Oct 20, 2012 -
Looking for menswear suitable for the office. Problem: relocated to a hot and humid tropical country, and my current wardrobe just isn't working here. And it's not even July/August. [more inside]
posted by 6550
on Jun 21, 2012 -
I'm a large guy in the tropics. How do I dress smartly without having to put on a jacket or a coat? [more inside]
posted by micketymoc
on Sep 9, 2011 -
Where can I find men's button-fly trousers???
I have searched and searched for men's button fly trousers. Not looking for Levi 501s (those are easy to find). [more inside]
posted by corwalch
on May 14, 2011 -
Is it okay to construct a professional wardrobe from minor variations of the exact same outfit every day? I'm thinking same kind of white shirt and jeans daily, varying only my jacket. [more inside]
posted by eduke
on Jun 2, 2010 -
Question for the ladies: Looking for the "killer app" look in guy's casual and athletic wear without the sports team logos. What's the male version of Lululemon or Athleta? [more inside]
posted by Cool Papa Bell
on May 11, 2010 -
Where can I go to find a well-cut suit? I'm 6'3" 190lbs and I'm sick of suits that look like they were made for me before I lost 60 lbs. [more inside]
posted by decrescendo
on Apr 12, 2010 -
What is the noticeable difference between a $100 pair of men's dress shoes and a $500 pair of men's dress shoes? I wear standard, department store $100 dress shoes to work every day (I used to wear Cole Haan; now I wear Johnston & Murphy). When the $100 shoe soles wear out, I have them re-soled. They do end up looking beat-up fairly quickly, even with polishing. I have been told that, if I spend more money on the shoes, they will last longer and the investment will be worth it. [more inside]
posted by jayder
on Jan 20, 2010 -
Help me find images of handsome, manly men in white sweaters. I'm trying to convince my husband that a white sweater is as versatile as his dour browns, blacks and grays. If they are layered with shirts under or jackets over, all the better. Thank you!
posted by B-squared
on Nov 6, 2009 -
I'm sartorially clueless. How would you describe this kind
of shirt? It's a "dress shirt", sure, but how would you specify the fabric and cut (particularly that type of collar)? Here
is another example. I'm looking to buy some shirts like these but when I go to department stores I can only find this
sort of thing - which is cut completely differently and uses an extremely thin fabric. Help me articulate the differences.
posted by phrontist
on Sep 29, 2009 -
Recommend unique, affordable men's clothing resale stores in Manhattan or Brooklyn? Hipster ok, or vintage. I'm looking mainly for short- and long-sleeve collared shirts.
posted by 4midori
on Sep 27, 2009 -
Help me learn to dress my husband! Tips/tricks/resources on developing a good eye for men's business attire? [more inside]
posted by Bardolph
on Jul 14, 2008 -
I got him out of black t shirts all the time (they are fine, but not for everything) and into bowling shirts, camp shirts, cubavera shirts, or short sleeve guayabera type shirts (usually in black, only sometimes with a pinup girl on them). Now he needs something just like that but with LONG sleeves. [more inside]
posted by pywacket
on Oct 15, 2007 -
What kind of clothing looks best on a thirtysomething guy who is heavy but not obese? I am in a fashion rut and don't trust my judgement, and want to see some pictures. [more inside]
posted by zek
on Oct 9, 2007 -
Where can I buy men's bell bottoms? I am not interested in boot cut or flared jeans. Hopefully the source will be new so that I can buy from them from now on. [more inside]
posted by lukeomalley
on Aug 7, 2006 -
I have never been the best in fashion, but I would like to be able to start to dress better. Is there a website out there that makes understanding men's fashion a bit easier? What goes with what, fashion from certain time periods, how to thrift shop and make it work for you... [more inside]
posted by matthelm
on May 17, 2005 -
Clothesfilter: I'm looking for low-rise chinos/khakis for men. Banana/J Crew/etc fail me. Any ideas? I wear Levi's 527s in jeans, which fit perfectly. Bonus points: I've been thinking of trying Land's End's custom option, but I'm suspicious - does anyone have experience with that?
posted by symbebekos
on Jan 12, 2005 -
Well never thought I'd ask metafilter about this, but does anyone else have trouble finding pant sizes that fit? I'm a 30 waist which apparently is so skinny no stores carry it. Actually I can find stores that carry 30 inches but they don't fit, and when I measure they're always 1-2 inches larger. Which is a lot. It's as if stores have forgo a standard measurement sizes in favor of letting people fit into "smaller" sizes. My question is what to do? [more inside]
posted by geoff.
on Apr 21, 2004 -