I have a larger section on Approved Men’s Clothing Stores, and you’ll find all of these companies on that page as well. But here are the ones that I’ve reviewed specifically for this site. Many of these have video reviews as well.
I’ve personally tried products from all of these sites. The owners of the various companies didn’t pay me to recommend their products or give me any massive piles of free “samples” or anything like that — this is just stuff I’ve liked enough to write about or make a video about.
Anson’s Belt and Buckle Microadjust Belt – A nifty little system that lets you adjust your belt by fractions of an inch, rather than by widely-spaced holes in the leather. The buckles are sleek and stylish and the leather is good quality, making these some of the best belts you’ll ever own.
Austin’s 5th & Lamar Slim Fit Dress Shirts – Affordable dress shirts cut to avoid the “muffin top” — the billow of loose fabric around the waistband when you tuck your shirt in. A great selection of fabrics for low prices and fantastic return/exchange policies.
Carol Davis Sportswear – Lightweight cold-weather and outdoors gear made in America. This is very tough stuff that uses Powerstretch Polartec for durability and comfort. I review several of their products in individual videos — scroll to the bottom of the overall review to see each one! Carol’s a good friend and she’s been in this business for a long time; I can recommend her products with 100% certainty.
Leather Honey – A top-notch leather conditioner that you can use safely on expensive dress shoes. Sean and Ariel are the third generation running the company, and they’re still using their grandfather’s formula! Far and away the best conditioner I’ve found for keeping leather supple and smooth as it wears.
RibbedTee Undershirts – Undershirts for the connoisseur (and anyone who likes to be comfortable) from expert and entrepreneur Mike Schwartz. It’s very hard to go back to the $5-a-pack cheap stuff after trying one of these on — and they just get softer and lighter as you wash them over and over again.