Best Men’s Clothing Store
Brush Creek Dry Goods
When Faith started dating Raymond Bleesz, he was working at Ralph Lauren. “He dressed better than I did, so I always had to think hard about what to wear,” said Faith, who’s been married to Raymond for years. She doesn’t have that problem anymore, as the couple owns Brush Creek Dry Goods in Riverwalk. The haberdashers carry a truly mixed bag of clothing for men and women. “We’re a locals’ shop,” she said. “We like to view ourselves as providing clothing that’s suitable to the area “comfortable, fits well in the mountains, can go on vacation, be worn to a dinner party or to Ford Amphitheater.” Denim is the shop’s bestseller, and the seasonal sales are legendary, allowing all locals to shop there.
Luca Bruno in Vail Village is an upscale boutique carrying lines such as TIBI, as well as Bruno’s own line for men and women. Bruno’s creations are the stuff of the silver screen. Clean lines, sumptuous fabrics and personal fittings ensure the clothes will be among the most-loved in your closet. Besides, they’re bloody fashionable. At the opposite end of the spectrum is Billabong, which was born out of surf culture and the simple imperative that all clothing is comfortable and functional. The company sells wetsuits, snowboarding gear and lounge wear. The store in Vail doesn’t bother with the wetsuits, but there’s plenty of hoodies, pants and shirts to keep you warm.
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