Go-To Men’s Fashion Shops in Pittsburgh

Greet the world confidently, clad in threads that reveal who you are in the best possible way. Photo and fashion stylist Dominika Bronner shares with TABLE readers her Pittsburgh go-to resources for men’s fashion.


5935 Baum Blvd, East Liberty 

The design of TONS is an experience, with hand-printed art on the walls, and a strong point of view in the interior design. This favorite of Steelers, musicians, and other fashion-forward men, carries international brands like underknown Visvim, Greg Lauren, and Martine Serre, as well as legends like Dries Van Noten, Marni, and Vetements.  


5401 Walnut St, Shadyside  

A Shadyside institution for decades, Moda is well-known as a resource for great quality designer menswear and accessories. Brands like Paul Smith, John Varvatos, Rand & Bone, Theory, Billy Reid, NN07, and many more, are a part of this cool boutique. Quality is king at this family-owned business.   


4415 Butler St, Lawrenceville  

Vestis carries great contemporary men’s clothing like cardigans, cool button-ups, and great pants. The brands represented here are young and fresh, guaranteeing you an original look. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, Vestis is your place.  

A man playing golf kneels down in his men's fashion clothing with a baseball cap on his head and golf club in hand.

Peter Millar Summer 2024, courtesy of Larrimors

Buck Mason  

426 Beaver St, Sewickley 

Housed in a beautiful boutique designed by Leanne Ford, this men-and-women clothing company features cool, clean-cut, simple clothing with upscale materials and details. Go beyond clothing here with vintage furniture, artisanal home accessories, and some cool kit for the dinner table.   


3508 Butler St, Lawrenceville 

Trim has a uniquely curated collection of contemporary, casual menswear. In addition to workday and weekend looks, you can find great quality underwear, swimwear, and athletic wear, too. Their Ross Park Mall outpost is worth checking out as well.  

Franklin & Mercer Co. 

3507 Butler St, Lawrenceville  

Franklin & Mercer Co. explores top-quality basics and lifestyle menswear. Great denim pieces and basic staples are a hallmark here, as is a strong taste for innovative and stylish fabrics. It’s a great place to update your daily wardrobe.  

A man and woman stand holding each other in the wind of a beach wearing clothes from Larrimor's Men's fashion store.

Canali Summer 2024, courtesy of Larrimors


249 Fifth Ave, Downtown 

These folks know what they’re doing. They bring decades of experience to their personal shopping services, tailoring, made-to-measure events, custom shirt-making, and more. Suiting and informal looks from Canali, Hickey Freeman, Isaia, and Zegna represent a luxe and classic appeal. Casual clothes from Peter Millar, Hudson Blake, Barbour, and more, cover weekend and vacation needs.   

Knowing Place 

3824 Penn Ave, Lawrenceville 

Knowing Place is a store rooted in sensory discovery. Explore new brands, artists, and designers. Find your new favorite sweatshirt, or the perfect decor piece for your newly refurbished fireplace mantel. No piece stays in the store for too long. Starting in May, Knowing Place will begin an online DJ streaming platform to gift customers with music and an immersive shopping experience. 

Story by Dominika Bronner

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