From suits to accessories, here are five of the best spots to shop in Scottsdale for long-lasting menswear.
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1. Brother’s Tailors & Clothing Co.
Whether in need of alterations or looking to select a brand-new piece, Brother’s Tailors & Clothing Co. has any tailoring occasion covered. Master tailor and designer Minas Zistatsis has 30 years of experience under his belt, a journey that began through apprenticeship in the Mediterranean village of Sopiki before coming to the States to perfect his craft. 4750 N. Central Ave., Ste. 170, Phoenix, brotherstailorsaz.com
2. Ezra Arthur
At Ezra Arthur, unique goods are designed to last a lifetime. The store owned by four brothers was built to honor their grandfather, which is why they create lifestyle pieces meant to be passed down through generations. Their tried-and-true practices match up perfectly with modern engineering to create dependable and lasting American-made items. 15 E. Jackson St., Phoenix, ezraarthur.com
Suit up for any occasion at Indochino. The inviting showroom is modern and sophisticated, the ideal place to find the perfect fit. Each piece is custom made based on the measurements and personal preferences of the client for a truly luxurious experience. Don’t know where to start? Try the brand’s bestselling Highbridge suit to elevate the look at any formal occasion. Showroom open by appointment only, Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014 E. Camelback Road, indochino.com
4. Scottsdale Belt Co.
At Scottsdale Belt Co., shortcuts are not an option. Each of its handcrafted pieces is made one at a time from saddle leather that is cut in-house. The rigorous 21-step belt-making process ensures quality that cannot be found elsewhere. From belts and wallets to dog collars and bracelets, Scottsdale Belt Co. is a staple for any leather lover. 10869 N. Scottsdale Road, Ste. 103-139, azbelt.com
5. Watson’s Hat Shop
Master hatter Eric Watson was inspired by Indiana Jones’ iconic fedora at the age of 12, and thus began his journey in vintage hat restoration. His hat shop now specializes in custom hats as well as restoration. The wide selection of colors and ribbons ensures there is a look for anyone who wanders into the shop. 7100 E. Cave Creek Road, Ste. 148, Cave Creek, watsonshatshop.com