Any fine gentleman has their spot they rely on for good clothing. In Denver, you have plenty of choices, both with chain stores and family-owned operations. Here are some worth checking out.


Lawrence Covell

225 Steele Street
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 320-1023

This retail Cherry Creek store was chosen by actor John Malkovich as one where he would feature his clothing line. Malkovich actually made an appearance at the store in September 2010 wearing some of his nifty duds. You’ll find top designers like Mason’s, Borrelli, Gant, Ermenegildo Zegna and Kiton well represented at Lawrence Covell, which has been in Denver since the late 60s. They’ve got a pretty good fashion blog going, too, that you can find through their website.


Dress for Less Clothiers

3045 South Broadway
Englewood, CO 80113
(303) 761-0560

Rick Reese opened up “Dress for Less Clothiers” more than 20 years ago, and business is still going strong. Reese’s shop specializes in high-end men’s clothing. “I like to say that we sell everything from bathrobes to tuxedos and everything in between,” Reese told CBS4 in an interview in 2009. What kinds of deals can you find? How about Hickey Freeman suits that normally sell for $2,000 for $328! “I liquidate for 3 manufacturers and about 20 small retailers around the country that don’t have their own outlets.” Therefore, Reese is able to sell new items for well below wholesale prices. He also sells gently used men’s clothing for 10 to 20 percent of retail. “We are very selective about the clothes we sell on consignment, so hopefully our clients can’t tell the difference between what’s new and what’s gently used.


Andrisen Morton

270 Saint Paul Street
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 377-8488

Another Cherry Creek store, Andrisen Morton, has high-end fashions in a 10,000 square foot space. Craig Andrisen and Dave Morton opened the store in the late 70s and then a second location in the Tech Center. In 1999 they combined the stores at their current location.


Homer Reed

1717 Tremont Place
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 298-1301

Located only a few blocks from the Capitol, Homer Reed has been in business since 1951. Since then they have opened stores in Belleview Promenade and Cherry Creek North. At the downtown and Belleview locations you can get your shoes shined. A wide variety of styles are available and, according to the description on their website, their “vendors in conjunction with the mills insure the best in the silks, cashmeres, cottons, wools, leather and sherlings provided.”