Shops for Men

Cowboy Cool. Modern cowboys, listen up. Whether you want bad-boy skulls, your school logo, or a customized design on your boots, at this boutique they are made to order. Also on the racks: hip western shirts, rock-star tees, cowboy hats, Parasuco jeans, chunky sterling silver jewelry, belt buckles, and more. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 407. 214-521-4500. http://www.cowboycool.com/. 35Y

Culwell & Son. This mini department store offers everything men and boys could possibly need. Order custom or off-the-rack clothing, score a school uniform, rent or buy a tux, and have clothes dry-cleaned and altered. You can even get a haircut at the on-site barbershop. 6319 Hillcrest Ave. 214-522-7000. http://www.culwell.com/. 35H

Daniel Taylor Clothier. This shopping spot for conservative, classy suits and business-casual attire has a new contemporary casual section called Trend. In it you’ll find Acorn shirts, Martin Gorda separates, Ike Behar tapered shirts, and, our favorite, ultra-soft Agave tees and short-sleeved shirts in lively colors. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 313. 214-521-0433. 35Y

Forty Five Ten. This prestigious address is one of the city’s most chic shopping destinations, and the men’s section is no exception. Fall fashions include jackets and blazers slightly more cropped and preppy than in years past, paired perfectly with the store’s Levi’s straight-leg jeans. Highly coveted casual wear is from the likes of Dries Van Noten, Nicole Farhi, and D Squared. 4510 McKinney Ave. http://www.fortyfiveten.com/. 214-559-4510. 35V

Friction. The newest addition to West Village from style-savvy owner Angie A. Miller features decidedly cool selections of both dressy and casual menswear from the likes of Hugo Boss, Howe, and Ben Sherman. They’ve even got Hugo Boss that the Hugo Boss store doesn’t have. Pair your new night-out shirt with jeans by Rock & Republic and Parasuco. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 302. 214 443-6155. 35Y

Gregory’s. This favorite boutique of the ladies also has a small men’s section of street-chic casual wear. The hip selections include in-demand D Squared shirts and tees, Faith tees, and pieces from Cavalli Class, Alexander McQueen, and Loom State. Galleria Dallas, 13350 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 1365. 972-490-1285. 14R

H.D.’s Clothing Company. This famed Greenville Avenue store caters to the fashion-forward man. H.D.’s specializes in unique, colorful “after 6” shirts by European designers. T-shirt fanatics will love the bold selections by brands such as Diesel, which is also the store’s signature line of denim. 3018 Greenville Ave. 214-821-5255. http://www.hdsclothing.com/. 36P

Jean Connection. The city’s largest selections of jeans is housed here, with brands such as True Religion, Damage, 575, Citizens of Humanity, Loomstate, and Meltin Pot for men. Modern Amusement and Z Brand casual tees, shirts, and blazers are ideal for pairing with your new blues. 5926 W. Northwest Hwy. 214-691-7894. http://www.jeanconnection.com/. 25T

Ken’s Man’s Shop. When you want to dress to impress, Ken Helfman and son Kory will suit you up in elegant suits, sport coats, ties, fine shirts, and slacks by brands such as Pal Zileri, Brioni, and Equilibrio. Nat Nast is a big name in the casual-wear section, and Nat’s daughters will be at the store in October for a special trunk show. As always, Ken’s offers one-of-a-kind antiques and unique gifts for the man who appreciates the extraordinary. 309 Preston Royal. 214-369-5367. http://www.kensmanshop.com/. 25F

Mallasadi. This store’s four locations are known for featuring only the finest European designers, with sleek suiting by brands such as Brioni, Stefano Ricci, Zanella, Equilibrio, and, new this year, Ravazzolo and Pal Zileri. The customer service is far from European, however, with an attentive and ultra-friendly staff. Village on the Parkway, 5100 Belt Line Rd., Ste. 610. Multiple locations. 972-404-4045. 14D

BEST WESTERN: Handmade custom boots are the stars at M.L. Leddy’s. Photo by Doug Davis

M.L. Leddy’s. This famed family biz in the Fort Worth Stockyards has been the store for fine handmade custom boots and saddles since 1922. They’ve still got everything a cowboy needs, from exotic skin boots to cowboy hats to the perfect belt buckle. City slickers can stock up on the highest quality custom suits, sport coats, and shirts. 2455 N. Main St., Fort Worth. 817-624-3149. http://www.leddys.com/. 62G

Octane. Whatever the newest, hippest trends in casual wear, you’ll find them here. This year’s hot denim lines include Jet Lag, Seal Kay, J Lindeberg, LA denim, and many more. Exclusive to Octane are top-selling slim-fitting Tsubi jeans from Australia, which fly off the shelves as soon as they arrive. For t-shirt addicts, this store has your fix. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 310. 214-219-3118. 35Y.

Pockets Menswear. You’ll find the finest hand-tailored suits, sport coats, and pants from such Italian designers as Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, and Ravazzolo. This elegant store also features all the coveted accessories for sophisticated dressers, such as exquisite custom-made belts and buckles by W. Kleinberg, leather wallets, shaving accessories, and cuff links. 46 Highland Park Village. 214-368-1167. http://www.pocketsmenswear.com/ 35K

Premium 93. Style-conscious young professionals frequent this store for its fresh, sophisticated fashions. Fall favorites include Nicholas K bulky sweaters, cashmere by Inhabit, Upper Cutts tailored jackets and classic pants, as well as Nice Collective tees and jackets that are available only here. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 405D. 214- 526-2884. 35Y

Q Shirtmakers. With 3,000 new shirt fabrics and a just-in selection of ready-to-wear at both locations, now is the time to stock up on sharp custom suits and dress shirts. You’ll also want Alfred Dunhill cuff links, leather wallets and belts, and ties and cuff links by Robert Talbott and best-selling Du Champ. West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 303. 214-780-9888. 85 Highland Park Village. 214-780-0555. http://www.qshirtmakers.com/. 35Y, 35K

Sebastian’s Closet. Upscale shoppers frequent this chic shop for suits by Pal Zileri and Hugo red label by Hugo Boss, an exclusive here. Sharp dressers love the Eton dress shirts and Tino Cosma neckwear. For days when you don’t need to get decked out, SC also has the looks for dressing down. Denim by True Religion, 575, and 1921 are hot. Village on the Parkway, 5100 Belt Line Rd., Ste. 540. 972-387-0888. 14D

Stanley Korshak. This one-of-a-kind Dallas department store is about everything high-end. In the renowned men’s department, Armani has its own wing, as does Ralph Lauren. Other fashion heavy-hitters include Valentino, Etro, Kiton, John Varvatos, Brioni, Charvet, and more. If you can’t find the perfect casual or dressy look among the endless glam designers here, you can have almost anything custom-made. 500 Crescent Ct., Ste. 100. 214-871-3610. http://www.stanleykorshak.com/. 45F

Threads. Connected to women’s boutique Flirt, the men’s side of this trendy shopping spot features affordable casual wear such as preppy Penguin polo shirts, tees by Momi Momi, jeans by brands such as Tag, and much more. Even the anti-shoppers will like hanging here. There’s an on-site bar and lounge area. 2633 McKinney Ave., Ste 170. 214-754-7066. 45F

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