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Where to look for menswear in London?

By on 23/06/2017

London is considered a gentleman’s paradise for its famous tailors offering bespoke and custom-made suits and renowned clothing brands with a hundred years of tradition. But even if you don’t wear a jacket everyday, there are a number of fine men’s fashion boutiques you should visit while shopping meanswer in London.



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Trunk Clothiers


Launched in 2010, Trunk clothiers offer unique and stylish menswear in London from all over the globe including Japan, Italy and Sweden. The boutique, that can be found in Marylebone at  No.8 Chiltern Street combines modern classics with high quality products for the refined gentlemen. If one shop wasn’t enough, Trunk also have an accessory shop, Trunk LABS. This aims to cater for men that are searching for ways to add a hint of something extra to their look. Stocking luggage, accessories and bags it is also the ideal place to find a fitting gift for the man that seems to already have it all including a variety of grooming products, stationary and home wares.



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Article’s second branch in Brixton is an unusual place to find such an interesting shop, stocking contemporary unisex ranges and home ware. Hidden away under a railway arch this instagrammable store needs no filter. The minimalistic decor, metal ceilings and general hipster feel is home to brands such as YMC and Levi’s, but that’s not all, the shoe room which is ironically coordinated by colour is something you wouldn’t want to miss. The huge selection of trainers and shoes is impressive, making this a one stop shop.








With 4 stores located in London, Albam is a contemporary menswear brand that produces four collections a year. Opening in 2006 they characterise themselves with original yet modern pieces designed and manufactured to the highest of quality by some of the UK and Europe’s best craftsmen. The timeless, simple designs are essential for every mans wardrobe with each collection telling a story.






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Entirely sourced and produced in the UK, OTHER/shop is home to their own branded products as well as a carefully chosen selection of brands that link a combination of good quality, attention to detail and individual style. The level of service and knowledge provides every customer with a fulfilling experience while taking in the androgynous aesthetics and creative fashion. The store offers new and unique unisex styles as well as classics that have been moved forward to comply with today’s trends.





The Idle Man


The Idle Man Guide Store is one of a kind, taking out the middleman, the store provides the best style advice from a small team of stylists. With both own brand and a selection of branded products the store allows you to try on and pick out the perfect outfit to be delivered home, to the office or the Idle Man store itself. Located on Leather Lane and open Monday to Friday, why not head down and build up that summer wardrobe.

As the summer months approach, The Idle Man offers everything you need to hit the trends on the head, they have a great selection of t-shirts available as well as shorts, shoes and sunglasses to finish off the look. The Idle Man have teamed up with ShopTrotter to offer you an exclusive 10% discount when you visit them in store.



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I'm Bogusia - founder of ShopTrotter and Age_Concept Blog I kind of like fashion - meaning: I like to look good, but spending too much time shopping is something that makes me feel overwhelmed. Besides of that - I have a walk-in closet full of wonderful stuff that I use once in 1-2 years... I know, it's outreagous! So I decided to start the Instagram account and try to reuse pieces I own for a long time, without compromising on fashion and style. My new motto is to re-create and re-cycle, instead of buying new stuff over and over. Now I shop consciously - buying only the items that complement my other clothes.

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