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Designer clothes are expensive. Sometimes very expensive. And most of us can’t afford those clothes off the rack at Saks, Bloomingdales, etc. Luckily, there’s a Sax Off 5th in downtown Minneapolis. Saks Off 5th if basically an outlet store. You’ll find those same designer clothes at clearance prices. All of a sudden, it’s affordable again. Great Suits,
dress shirts, ties, jeans, shoes and more. I picked up an $800 suit for $250 one day. Get their “MORE” card (it’s free) for even more discounts.
This is where you shop if you read GQ one for the more modern and fashion conscious. Hugo Boss has long been know for cutting edge men’s fashion and using the very best materials. Much of it Italian made. Now they’ve opened a store in the Mall of America. I was there a couple of weeks ago and they do carry some very cool, modern looking clothes. You are guaranteed to look very sharp leaving this store in a new suit. Just make sure to bring the credit card!Len Druskin and Len Druskin OutletI’m fairly new to shopping at Len Druskin but I’ve picked up a couple of things there over this past summer and was thrilled with what I found. The outlet in particular was great (in the Minneapolis City Center). Great shirts, from dressy to T shirts and everything in between. Picked up a really neat Twins T shirt there for my first trip to Target Field. The old logo with Minnie and Paul shaking hands in baby blue! Some cool stuff to be found at Len Druskin.