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Apparel retailer Mens-Ties launches men's clothing pieces
Jul '12

Mens-Ties, one of the most prominent retailers of men’s ties and accessories on the Internet, announced a series highlighting the top menswear pieces for 2012. The series will highlight five specific pieces - all of which are must haves for the modern man's wardrobe.

“Men’s fashion has certainly come a long way over the course of the past few decades; there’s just no getting around this,” says Mens-Ties founder Hendrik Pohl. “We spend a lot of time paying attention to the latest trends and pieces that are invading the industry, and these are just a few of the ones that we feel are at the top of their class this year. These are pieces that men of all walks of life can benefit from incorporating into their wardrobe, and believe it or not they aren’t overly expensive for the most part.

Each article highlights a specific menswear piece that has made its mark on the industry this year. The articles go into details regarding the specifics of each piece, as well as how modern men can incorporate them into an attractive ensemble. Banana Republic and Marc Jacobs are just two of the labels that are highlighted, with J. Crew also making the list.

“What we really wanted to do with this list was highlight items that are not only exceptionally high in quality, but relatively affordable and accessible as well,” says Pohl.

“After all, not everyone can go out and drop $500 on a single piece; it’s fair to say that the vast majority of our readers have neither the money nor the interest in doing so to warrant such a purchase. We wanted to prove that you can get some of the best clothing on the market without spending a veritable fortune. After all, what’s the point of looking good if you can’t afford to pay your rent?”

While this is the most current series regarding modern menswear for Mens-Ties, the site has a history of publishing article series’ that focus on current trends and hot pieces in men’s fashion.

“Fashion is what we do, and we need to stay on top of things. The article series’ are not only beneficial to our readers, but help to also keep us on our toes as well."


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