Where To Find Men's Accessories in New York

Where To Find Men's Accessories in New York

 

Unlike women who can have hundreds of bags, shoes and hats, men tend to invest in one very good quality item and use it until it's time to buy the very same one again. In light of this, the calibre of men's accessory stores in New York is Empire State Building high. In the list we've compiled below you can find the oldest hat shop in NYC, a cufflink connoisseur, and two luxury leather shoe makers. On the hunt for a special gift or in need of a brogues replacement? Head down to one of our favorite men's accessory stores. 

 

  1. The Quality Mending Co.

    If you're into vintage, you'll be into The Quality Mending Co. This Prince Street mainstay has been offering a killer collection of menswear and accessories since opening in 2003, and continues to restore and reinvent timeless…

    15 Prince Street, 10012 New York

  2. Ernest Alexander

    It started with the the vision of a perfect men's bag. One that struck the balance between rugged and refined - hardy enough to withstand the wear and tear of busy city commutes, yet chic enough to tote around the urban fashion…

    98 Thompson Street, 10012 New York

  3. Modern Anthology

    Walking into Modern Anthology feels a lot like stepping onto a film set. To wit, local directors and photographers sometimes do set up shop at the moody DUMBO boutique, where a series of vignettes provides rich background…

    68 Jay Street, 11201 Brooklyn

  4. Beacon's Closet

    This staple of vintage goods has locations in Williamsburg, Park Slope and the Village. All the affordably priced merchandise stocked here is bought directly from the public, which gives the shop a real local feel. You’ll find…

    10 West 13th Street, 10011 New York

  5. J.J. Hat Center

    New Yorkers who feel that the city isn’t what it used to be will find hope at J.J. Hat Center. Selling hats since 1911, J.J. Hat Center is the oldest hat shop in NYC. In its current location on 31st Street and 5th Ave for the…

    310 Fifth Avenue, 10001 New York

  6. Hollander & Lexer / Darr

    Don’t be alarmed if you are greeted by a giant grizzly bear when you walk into the shop—it won’t bite. In fact, it can’t bite, because it’s part of the impressive collection of taxidermy found in this unique shop that boasts two…

    369 Atlantic Avenue , 11217 Brooklyn

  7. Save Khaki United

    Save Khaki was established with a goal to “bring new life to menswear basics.” After consulting for casual clothing powerhouses like GAP and J.Crew, designer David Mullen opened his first shop in 2006, designing the gamut of…

    317 Lafayette Street, 10012 New York

  8. Save Khaki

    Designer David Mullen, who used to consult for casual wear brands such as the GAP and J. Crew, opened Save Khaki in 2006 with an aim to "bring new life to menswear basics." Their small Greenwich Avenue shop in the West Village…

    44 Greenwich Avenue, 10011 New York

  9. Epaulet

    The menswear brand Epaulet opened in 2008, offering an eclectic mix of clothing for the modern New York male: an in-house brand of well-tailored shirts and trousers, sport coats, full suits, Spanish-made shoes and Italian jackets…

    144 Orchard Street, 10002 New York

  10. Atelier New York

    Atelier New York offers a predominantly monochromatic approach to modern menswear in Manhattan. In shades of black, grey, and white with a seemingly endless supply of paper-thin leathers, structured jackets, and distressed boots…

    210 11th Ave, 10001 New York