Men’s fashions have evolved significantly over the past 10,000 years—yesterday’s mammoth-skin tunics stained with gruel have been replaced by today’s trendy suits and ties stained with Smucker’s Goober. Update your wearable napkins with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get $80 worth of denim and other fashionable men’s apparel at The Industry downtown. This Groupon is only good for in-store purchases and cannot be used for sale items.
Featuring high-quality men’s clothing designs from life/after/denim, William Rast, Ben Sherman, and more, The Industry strives to make edgy fashions available to under-haberdashed locals and trendsetters alike. Masculine torsos can enhance their patriotism by suiting up in a black-cotton flag tee from KR3W ($29.50), which features Old Glory’s stylishly faded flag parts. Urban Behavior’s black- and gray-striped cardigan ($54.50) comforts clients with its half-acrylic, half-wool upper-body wrapper and includes a full set of buttons for quick access to sudden chest-hair fires. Slip on a blue-and-yellow plaid button-up Daphne shirt from Penguin ($69.50), or opt for the same brand’s short-sleeve Jack polo shirt, whose single pocket is an ideal storage unit for quill-pen sets ($69.50). Denim jeans are also available for protecting sensitive legs from seasonal rains and leeches.
Founded when Angela Kantanto and Megan Stokke met as fashion students in Paris, The Industry’s man-swaddle shop boasts cozy couches that give rest to grumpy glutes, as well as a cheery dog that goes by the name of Charlie. Today’s Groupon is the key to fashionable self-discovery; organize a guys’ day out with your chums and browse through manly merch at a store whose quality products have won it accolades from the Seattle Weekly, King 5, Seattle magazine, and more.
Seattle Weekly voted The Industry as Seattle's Best Boutique in 2006, and the boutique was voted one of Seattle's Top Shops in 2007 by Seattle magazine. The Industry received Best of Citysearch awards in both 2007 and 2009. Five Yelpers give it a 4.5-star average:
- Customers are 20-ish guys who appreciate cool trends minus designer names and eye-popping price tags. – Seattle magazine
- Jus [sic] found this store the other day and boy am I glad I did. Cute clothes and good prices. The owner is super friendly and with lots of big boy sizes this place is a welcome addition to Seattle shopping. – Charles D., Yelp
1826 6th Ave.
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