Where to Shop in Rome for All the Men



the cliche that women love to shop is true! But so do men. And when your options are as varied in Rome as the toppings you can choose for your pizza, why wouldn't they? 

Being well-dressed, both in business and leisure, is a boon to your image and professionalism. Classic garments, impeccable fit, and great accessories distinguish your wardrobe, bolstering your reputation and image. To explore the top options in men's clothing in Rome, trust our 10Best choices. We steer you to stores like Davide Cenci, which deliver great service and apparel, and to La Rinascente, loved by Romans for the high end and quality brands they stock. If couture is what you're after, Rome is home to all the famous Italian fashion houses and the majority of these are dotted along the famous Via dei Condotti or the nearby Via Babuino in the Spanish Steps area. Armani, Missoni, Gucci and Dolce and Gabbana just to name a few.

Also home to many artisan clothing makers, Rome also houses many custom made suit makers. Check out Brioni for a personalised shopping service and to have your suit designed and made to measure. For the variety conscious, you can't beat COIN, the well-known Italian department store which stocks everything from formal and sport wear to shoes, leathergoods and mens cosmetics and fragrances. 




Not too far from the center of Rome is one of the largest shopping malls in the Eternal City. Galleria Porta di Roma has over 220 stores and restaurants. It also has mega multi-sala movie theater with 24 different screens.The mall which is...  Read More


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Brioni


Many would say this is the best of all the men's tailors in Italy. For over 50 years, Brioni has provided his fine line of custom and pre-made suits for such celebrities as Clarke Gable and James Bond. Men who don suits by Brioni are flawlessly...  Read More


Ermenegildo Zegna


Business suits and jackets of the highest quality and style are found in this upscale men's store. Lightweight cashmere scarves and sweaters are also popular items as is their wide selection of designer leathergoods including bags, belts and...  Read More


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Battistoni is a bastion of Rome style and elegance on the ever stylish Via dei Condotti - Rome's famed street which is dotted with just about every world famous fashion house you can think of. Since 1946, Battistoni has clothed numerous...  Read More


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One of the most reputable and renowned fashion houses in the world, the famous Italian designer's name is found on the numerous pieces of hip but casual clothing in this store. Located on the upmarket and stylish Via Babuino which sits right by...  Read More


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La Rinascente
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Big American-style department stores don't really exist in Rome. But there is one store that comes pretty close and that is La Rinascente. Located in the heart of Rome in the Galleria Alberto Sordi (on Via del Corsto and not far from Piazza di...  Read More




When one thinks of high-end Italian fashion, the first thing that comes to mind is Dolce & Gabbana. The former couple got their start in fashion as assistants at a fashion atelier in Milan in the 80s. Soon after, their inspiration and...  Read More


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Missoni


The internationally reknowned Missoni brand was established in 1953 by Italian athletic star Ottavio Missoni and his wife Rosita and rose to prominence in the early 1960s when they started using machinery that was traditionally used to make...  Read More




Open in 1926, Davide Cenci is a high-end specialty clothing store where the most affluent of Romans shop. Here one can find a wide range of Italian brand names in cashmere, silk, men's tailored suits, sophisticated women's skirts and trousers....  Read More




Like La Rinascente, COIN is an upscale department store located in the Prati area right by the Vatican. The store is actually located on one of Rome's famous shopping streets in Rome on Via Cola di Rienzo. The store has several floors featuring...  Read More


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Meet Maria Pasquale

Born to Italian parents, Maria always knew Rome was her destiny, although she was raised in Melbourne.

She has a formal background in political science and policy and now runs her own event...  More About Maria

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