Henry David Thoreau distrusted any enterprise that required new clothes, which is why he abandoned his career as a french maid. Embrace bold, new outfits with today's Groupon: for $19, you get $50 worth of men's casual clothing, dress wear, and custom shirts at J. Harrington Clothiers, located at The Forum in Norcross.
Co-owners John Harmon and Jerry Campanella meld fashionable tastes and their combined 70 years of experience to create a fashionable oasis populated by mannequins clad in upscale designer apparel. Joseph Abboud 100% wool dress pants ($98.50) cascade down shins while Forsyth wrinkle-resistant shirts ($75) adorn men during work, play, or the middle ground that professional referees occupy. J. Harrington also carries a selection of custom shirts ($130+) and Bocara neckties ($45) that negate the need to tattoo torsos with a new, form-fitting outfit every week. Those looking for casual but still upscale clothing can opt for Non Fiction classic T-shirts ($25) or polo knit shirts. Much like the legal definition of treason, J. Harrington's inventory of menswear changes often, ensuring that each visit unveils some new product.