The second law of thermodynamics and the first law of Nelly lyrics hold that ambient heat and clothing have an inverse relationship. Disturb the natural order with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of designer fashion at Stanton Clothing Co., nestled in downtown.
Managed by the same folks behind Hem Jeans, Stanton Clothing Co. aims to outfit style-starved men and women in eye-catching garb. Tuxedos crafted entirely from monocles and dresses embroidered with dental floss are bypassed in favor of tastefully designed apparel and accessories. Try on cotton crewneck burnout T-shirts for men and women ($35), silk and cotton-blend tops from Linq ($88), and men’s button-up shirts from Jachs ($64), as well as jewelry and accessories that range from $12 to $68. Most store items are priced under $100, allowing customers to save cash for fielding an army of Hessian mercenaries.
Compiling a fashionable wardrobe doesn’t have to entail time traveling or hiring a team of fortunetellers who moonlight as designers. Stanton Clothing Co.'s rich stock of apparel offers modern styles that can take you from the yacht to the charity ball and back to your desk job or the pharmacy to pick up more Charity's Ball-Brand Yacht Polish (Now for Desks!).
This Groupon is not valid for sale items or mannequins.
Customer reviews aren't in yet, but the brand-new Stanton Clothing Co. has already been featured on Thrillist:
- Owned by and right next door to beloved denim shop Hem, Stanton is a carefully curated, vintage photo-lined, one-room boutique specializing in low price-point modern casual-wear that complements next door's jeans. – Thrillist
Growing up in grunge rock-era Seattle, Aimee Lindgren always thought of denim as fashionable. The attitude persisted throughout her life, and she sought to find the finest jean cuts of each fashion era. In 2005, she found herself in Austin and wishing for a specialty denim store. So, she decided to start one and called it Hem Jeans.
She stocks the shelves with more than two dozen brands of denim wear, ranging in style from Citizens of Humanity to JBrand.