Shopping for clothing is a waste of time. It's expensive. It's tiring. But we need to look good.Check here for quick ways to find cheap men's clothes: deals, discounts, sales, free shipping, and other bargains and styles.
I actually discovered Alternative Apparel through my friend's store, Presence, in Chicago--a really classy, hip women's boutique in Andersonville that doesn't charge an arm and a leg. (I found a men's sized Dia de Los Muertos-themed belt there for $15!)
Alternative does most of its sales wholesale to other stores, but you can find great consumer sales through them as well. Instead of paying $30 for a shirt or a hat at UO, you can get it for half price direct.
click images below for alternative apparel pages
Houndstooth Crew | Was $24.00 | Now $12.00
the Balboa (4 colors) | Was $24.00 | Now $12.00
Vintage Baseball Jersey (5 colors) | Was $24.00 | Now $12.00
A lot of the links that we at Men Hate Shopping will post will be mass market stores and goods. But what if you're looking for one-of-a-kind, or even ten-of-a-kind clothes? It's always nice to be unique. Often, that has meant clothes made by grandma or by an Italian man who charges $600 for a shirt.
Etsy is an online marketplace for people who make their own goods. It's a great place to
find reasonably priced gear like custom-printed t-shirts, which is what I will highlight today. Most of these shirts are price between $15 - $30 and printed on quality cotton tees, which is a wonderful way to look different without spending a lot. Why not wear a piece of art?