Clothing, Men's Casual

Editors’ Choice 

Giblees, Danvers

Standout Qualities: When it comes to menswear, quality and service set Giblees apart from the rest.

Philosophy: Casual doesn’t have to mean disheveled. From shirts to shorts, let Giblees help you stay comfortable and on-trend in the latest laid-back styles. 

What’s Unique: A full Tommy Bahama shop in the store!

Fun Fact: The store is 11,000 square feet—making it one of the largest men’s clothing stores in New England. You can also shop them online anytime.

85 Andover St., Danvers, 978-774-4080,


Readers’ Choice 

Farley’s of Newburyport, Newburyport

Philosophy: Farley’s carries a wide range of men’s casual and formal wear, produced both domestically and worldwide. They pride themselves on customer service and finding unique clothing for men that is also practical. 

What’s New: With their private-label line, Farley’s brings products from factories straight to the shelves of their downtown Newburyport store. Because they cut out the middle man, customers don’t pay for brand names.

47 State St., Newburyport, 978-462-5401,

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