Top 15 Most Affordable, Stylish Places to Buy Men's Clothes

Updated on December 3, 2019
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Jacob is a lifestyle blogger who writes about men's grooming, style, and health.

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Finding affordable and stylish clothes for men can be a bit tricky. So many brands and retailers produce cookie-cutter styles that will quickly assimilate your individuality into a look that is largely homogeneous. In other words, you'll waste a lot of time, energy, and money only to look like everyone else.

However, there are a few retailers who stand above the pack, producing fashion and selling styles that will help you develop an image and express yourself while keeping your wallet happy.

If you’re currently stuck in the world of Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic, American Eagle, Express, Abercrombie & Fitch, or Hollister, then this guide is written especially for you: it's time to break away from the herd. Those brands are alright for young adults up to the age of 19 or so, but once you officially exit your teens, you need to start dressing like an adult.

Here are the top 15 retailers that offer some of the most affordable, stylish fashions available to men: BlueFly, Bonobos, Century 21, Club Monaco, Gilt Groupe, H&M, Jack Threads, Saks Off 5th, Top Man, Uniqlo, Vineyard Vines, YesStyle, Yoox, Zappos, and Zara.

Gilt Groupe

Gilt is an online retailer that offers an exclusive, invitation-only program that gives you access to scheduled sales of all sorts of hand-selected luxury fashions for men. You may get a savings of up to 60% off retail. I also love that they feature a number of smaller boutique brands.

Quantities are very limited on their sales, but you do have an opportunity to preview the items prior to the sale launch; this is helpful because if you find a must-have item, you can put the sale on your calendar and return to the website to order once the sale begins.


If you are obsessed with designer labels but want authentic apparel at discounted prices, then look no further than BlueFly. The fashion buyers there source brand new clothes from over 350 retailers at discounts of 20% to 75%. Personally, I have spent quite a bit at BlueFly to update my business attire, so I can attest to the value and savings. If you're looking for name-brand at a discount, then this is the place to shop.


Bonobos is one of my favorite men’s clothing retailers. The company started out tackling the problem of poor-fitting men’s pants when they completely redesigned the cut of men’s pants to be better-fitting and more flattering to the body. With that same principle of making good fitting clothes, Bonobos produces a full line of men’s clothing, including shorts, jackets, shirts, and more.


Century 21

Unless you live in the New York City metropolitan area, you've probably never heard of Century 21, but if you ever have a chance to visit one of their 10 locations, you should.

Century 21 is unlike any discount retailer I've ever seen. It's sort of like a massive warehouse with floor after floor of discounted high-end fashions. Imagine Filene's basement (before going of business) but on steroids--that's what Century 21 is like.

You can shop Century 21 online, however, they don't have anywhere near the designers online as they do in the store as there are many one-of-kind pieces in the store.

Club Monaco

Club Monaco may appear in a shopping mall in the clot of uninspiring fashion retailers like Banana Republic or Express, but don't be fooled, it's quite different. Founded in Toronto, Club Monaco offers chic fashions that appeal to the creative consumer and they truly embody the concept of affordable luxury.

Club Monaco also does something you won't see at any other fashion retailer—they offer 20% discount to college students. You just need to show your ID.


H&M is a Swedish-based company with the goal to provide good fashion and quality at the best price. Similar to Uniqlo (see below), H&M does an excellent job at keeping tabs on the market trends and runway looks, and new concepts are planned almost a year in advance.

The men’s collections include everything from tailored and modern to basics, leisurewear, and seasonal fashions. Plus, they also produce matching accessories, underwear, and shoes.

H&M clothes cannot be purchased online, but they do have 2,200 stores in 40 markets—you’re bound to find them in most big cities.

Jack Threads
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Jack Threads

Jack Threads is a members-only shopping club that posts new sales around noon each day; it's very similar to Gilt, but they focus on a totally different customer. At Jack Threads, you're only going to find contemporary fashions like street, skate, and surfwear.

For the hip and cool kids, it's the perfect place to find top-tier but deeply discounted fashions.

Saks Off 5th
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Saks Off Fifth

Saks Off 5th is a clearinghouse for Saks Fifth Avenue stores. Here you will find some pretty incredible deals and mark-downs. Saks has developed the Off 5th brand into its own store concept so while it does have markdowns, it also carries merchandise for its house brand.

Some of the best deals you'll find at Off 5th are with the private label Saks brand products, especially the men's dress shirts. This is my go-to store for dress shirts; the cotton is fine, soft, and available at an incredible value.

I think Saks Off 5th is a great place for the budding young professional to find stellar business attire.


A counterpart to the famous TOPSHOP brand, TOPMAN is a leading men’s fashion retailer in the UK with a number of retail stores, but also online (with international shipping). TOPMAN is leading the revolution in men’s fashion on the British High Street with their in-house designed fashions and styles.


Uniqlo is Japan’s leading clothing retailer of casual wear and operates over 800 retail stores across the globe. Its clothing designs are produced up to a year in advance by an in-house team that continuously monitors the latest fashion trends and styles.

Vinyard Vines
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Vinyard Vines

Vinyard Vines, inspired by life on Martha's Vineyard, is a colorful, preppy fashion brand with a full assortment of clothing that exudes personality.

This brand reminds me a little of Ralph Lauren Polo without the jockey and the conspicuous RL monogram: Vineyard Vines is more playful but still dressy and stylish.


YesStyle is the first online retailer to globally distribute a huge selection of men’s clothes from Asia. They offer customers the latest trends along with thousands of fashion items from designers across Asia. For men seeking the most progressive styles in men’s fashion, you need not look any further than YesStyle—it’s a treasure trove of some of the most exotic and sensational clothes you’ll ever find.


Yoox is one of the leading multi-brand fashion and design retailers online. Of all the retailers I’ve reviewed, Yoox probably has one of the largest selections of hard-to-find pieces from some of the most prestigious designers. You could easily spend hours surfing through the inventory on their website (and they have an amazing iPad app as well).


Zappos is widely known as a discounted retailer of name brand shoes, but they also carry a wide selection of designer clothing and accessories.

In fact, there are designers on Zappos that I don’t see carried anywhere else online at a discount (e.g. Alexander McQueen). What makes Zappos so special is their customer service and returns policy—it's truly a hassle-free experience.


Zara is a Spain-based fashion retailer that operates hundreds of stores in over 70 countries. Unlike H&M and Uniqlo that both traditionally need six months to a year to introduce new fashions into their stores, Zara is able to do this in about two weeks. In other words, Zara is able to respond to the latest trends more quickly than its competitors, providing you an opportunity to seize the latest and greatest fashions for your wardrobe.

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      Jhon Carter 

      5 weeks ago

      Very nice blog. I love to wear mens thong underwear. They are extremely comfortable yet throughout the day you are reminded that you are wearing a mens thong and I absolutely agree that they give you a confidence boost. I bought it from Skiviez.

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      2 years ago

      Lol this Article lost all credibility when he put H&M on the list but stores like Express and Banana Republic are for 19 year olds. H&M is part of this new craze where you buy nice looking clothes in the worst possible quality. Might as well put Forever21 on this list as well.

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      2 years ago

      I think ZARA have some very good offers.

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      3 years ago

      Where do you go to buy cheap second hand designers clothes?

      I need some adresses

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      3 years ago

      When did Banana Republic become a brand for individuals 19 and under? And then turn around a suggest H&M?...

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      3 years ago

      You can't forget Great online site for custom shirts, suits and much more affordable than some of the sites already mentioned. They are pretty good from a men’s fashion point of view.

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      3 years ago

      Nice stores here! Thanks for showing me a few new ones. And for all the guys griping about the prices, go check the retail price on some of these designers. I think they are all a great deal and we'll deserved of the title affordable.

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      4 years ago

      I typed in "affordable mens clothes" in google and here I am, now being referred to 'discounted' websites selling me socks at $100+. The average twenty-something has no way to afford this.

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      4 years ago

      Or, Jacob, you could write an article titled "Top 15 Most Affordable, Stylish Places to Buy Men's Clothes" in which you actually list 15 affordable places. Instead of stores like Vineyard Vines, where a v-neck sweater sells for $145.00.

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      Jacob J Morris 

      4 years ago from Atlanta

      I've taken a lot of heat on this article. I'm trying to provide discounted retail options (that yes, aren't the cheapest), but cheaper than full retail and still provide good fashion. If you want the cheapest, then stroll on over to Walmart and JC Penny.

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      4 years ago

      Are you serious? Besides H&M and Zara, NONE of these are affordable.

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      4 years ago

      Jacob, if this is your own personal article, I think you should remove the word affordable from everywhere it's written. If this is just content you were paid to write, then the company who paid you is just dumb..

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      4 years ago

      Great hub and great clothes. I am especially a fan of men's leather clothing. What are your thoughts on men's leather jackets, leather pants?

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      4 years ago

      "Seriously, I don't understand how you figure this is affordable. H&M is the only store that fits the bill." Ditto.

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      4 years ago

      Do you have any suggestion as to where I could find leather jackets and pants that are not too expensive?

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      4 years ago

      Seriously, I don't understand how you figure this is affordable. H&M is the only store that fits the bill.

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      5 years ago

      Great collection awesome :)

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      5 years ago

      Most of these stores aren't affordable for the vast majority of people I know...

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      Daniel Reth 

      5 years ago

      Good looking clothes 4 wearing

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      5 years ago

      Really awesome places to buy clothes.

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      5 years ago

      True, really stylish way of getting clothes.

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      5 years ago

      All are best shopping places for men.

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      5 years ago

      Not cheap at all...

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      5 years ago

      This person must be a trust fund baby, some of these websites have $200 shoes as there cheapest pair.


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