Men’s Fashion Links
Hopefully you’ll find this selection of links to mod-friendly men’s fashion retailers helpful. Obviously if you think we have missed any at all, please do get in touch and we will update as soon as we can. We are always on the look out for interesting clothing recommendations.
Note also that Amazon now has a selection of mod clothing and accessories that is mainly at the affordable end of the market, but including brands such as Art Gallery and Brutus, as well as enamel badges and so on. Worth a browse, especially if you are on a budget. You can view that here.
Home of the classic Harrington jacket, with offers generally running for discounts on the G4, G9 and more.
- Ben Sherman
A longstanding mod brand and still an affordable place to get a classic look.
- Brand Alley
Online clearance sale of high-end brands, often heavily discounting the likes of Baracuta, John Smedley, Sebago and many more. You have to register, but only once and registration is free.
Makers of 60s-inspired shirts out of Spain, selling for a modest price.
- Brutus Trimfit
Makers and retailers of the classic 1966 button-down shirt. Short sleeves available now, new designs and styles coming your way soon.
Manufacturer and retailer of desert boots and other vintage-styled footwear. Disappointingly, prices vary little from other stores.
- Clarks Outlet Store
Yes, Clarks has an online Outlet. Desert Boots regularly land here and at up to 50 per cent off.
Maker and seller of the classic overcoats. Prices are hefty, but bargains to be had at sale times.
- DNA Groove
A mod scene favourite, Claudio offers Italian-made, mod-styled formal wear including suits and shirts, as well as a great range of mod-friendly casual wear.
- eBay vintage clothing
Vintage bargains are harder to find, but you’ll still find the odd item cropping up at auction on eBay.
- End Clothing
Great selection of classic labels at good prices, plus one of the best places to look for reissues of classic trainers.
- Fred Perry
Classic casualwear, both reissued items of the past and new items inspired by the past. No exclusives though and no cheaper than other online sellers.
- GH Bass
Home of the legendary, mod and ivy league-friendly loafers. Yes, you can now get them directly from the maker. Again, offers sometimes on so worth keeping an eye on.
- John Smedley
The mod scene’s favourite knitwear company, still making styling 60s-style polos, but now selling them online.
- Jump The Gun
Mod retailer based in Brighton and seller of a wide range of formal and casual wear.
Longstanding and affordable London-based mod brand.
- Mikkel Rude
The rising star of mod-styled shirtmaking, with great cuts and some great fabrics to choose from. Also does limited runs of other items, including knitwear and boots.
- Oi Polloi
Manchester-based retailer with a big reputation on sourcing and selling classic heritage brands, some of which are exclusive to the store.
- Pretty Green
Liam Gallagher’s mod-friendly label. Ignore the hype, just have a look round the collection, some interesting things do occasionally sneak out.
- Relco mod clothing at Amazon
Affordable mod clothing brand offering shirts, jackets, trousers and more.
- Stuarts of London
Stockist of various mod and heritage brands, including Gabicci, Clarks, Levi’s, Adidas, Baracuta, Mikkel Rude and more
- The Outlet by John Smedley
If you can’t pay (or don’t want to pay) full price, check out the clearance site for the classic mod-friendly knitwear maker.
- TK Maxx
Like the store itself, you do get the odd mod gem hitting the virtual shelves online – and very cheap. Do keep an eye on the store though, as things come and go very quickly.
New boys of the shirtmaking scene, with slim-fit designs in their own unique cloths, with the option of customising shirts at checkout.