What you don’t like is shopping for big clothes. Outfits for the big guy – whether you’re big in height, girth or both – are difficult to find in many men’s clothing stores. The big and tall shops have them, but being a big guy doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a big ‘fashion’ guy, and the sales clerks aren’t always much help beyond pointing you to the fitting room and taking your credit card.
Hipster fashion, it’s a thing. If your look is not mainstream – and you’re under 50 – it’s probably at least a bit hipster. Individuality, vintage-designer mashups, gender neutrality, simplicity, minimalism, and a penchant for scarves tied a multitude of complex ways… all of these are clues that your style is heavy on hipster fashion, and we’ve got a hip selection of hipster fashion catalogs online for you.
| Today’s friendly advice is about:
For a store owner, the right store fixtures are key to
creating product visibility and attractive displays. Before
you select new fixtures, be sure to take a good look at
your existing displays. Are you planning to reuse all or
some of them in your store or are you starting from scratch
will all new elements? If you’re hoping to reuse existing
racks, wall units or other display items, make sure your
old and new store fixtures will coordinate. Nothing looks
worse in a store than to see a few modern and shiny racks
among a store full of traditional wooden shelving. Consider
repainting or refinishing older units to coordinate with
your new choices. Or select new units that follow a similar
style as the existing racks and cabinets.
For jewelry, small collectibles, and other small or fragile
Whether it’s an elaborate window display on Fifth Avenue,