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Denver's best places to buy business apparel

Here's where the business community's best-dressed get their look


So where do the best-dressed business folk in Denver go to get their duds? We asked our readers, and they told us. Here are the winners of the ColoradoBiz 2015 “Best of Colorado Readers’ Choice” voters in the "Best Places for Business Apparel" category:



Menswear retailer Jos. A. Bank touts classically tailored and casual clothing that the company says is typically priced 20 percent to 30 percent below its competitors. The company was established in 1905 by a Lithuanian immigrant who started with a small tailor shop in Baltimore. Jos. A. Banks now boasts more than 600 stores in 42 states. It also sells through its website, josbank.com, with four seasonal catalogs and free shipping on orders of more than $50.

RUNNERS-UP: Men’s Warehouse (now known as Tailored Brands); Nordstrom



Known for exquisite customer service as well as fashion, it’s not surprising Best of Colorado voters tabbed upscale Nordstrom their favorite place for women’s attire. Nordstrom has stores in Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Park Meadows in Lone Tree and Flatiron Crossing in Broomfield. It also has six off-price Nordstrom Rack outlet stores on the Front Range. Nordstrom mastered in-store ambiance and attention to the customer experience long before Whole Foods applied it to food, with services that include in-store spas at many locations and salon services at its “Style Bars.”

RUNNERS-UP: Ann Taylor, Banana Republic

Go here to attend our 2016 Best of Colorado Readers’ Choice Awards event on May 11! Check out the results when the May-June issue of ColoradoBiz comes out, or online at cobizmag.com, where results will be posted in early May.


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Mike Taylor

Mike Taylor is the editor of ColoradoBiz magazine. Email him at mtaylor@cobizmag.com.

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