Well dressed! Where to shop in Lisbon for men's clothing.

Men’s clothing shops in Lisbon cater for eclectic tastes. Whether you’re dressing for business or pleasure, Portugal’s capital city has something for you. Smart-casual attire is the deal at upscale UP!town Lisboa, and the vibe is friendly and informal. A more measured look is obtained at Rosa e Teixeira, one of Portugal’s most respected men’s tailors and fashion brands. Internationally recognized fashion designer Nuno Gama has a dedicated store, Maison Nuno Gama, which stocks apparel straight off the runway. Hit the beach in a pair of colorful and vibrant boardshorts from DCK Boardshorts. Unfortunately they don’t stock surfboards. Perhaps, the last word in sophistication, Hackett London brings bespoke tailoring to the city center while a sporty biker look is revved up over at Stone Life Style. Understated cool is the mantra at newly opened SLOU. For something a little more eccentric meanwhile, browse the racks at trendy Venâncio Tailor. Renowned Saccor Brothers is proof that the Portuguese are up there in the high fashion stakes with their quality and eye-catching range of designs. And the cool designs emblazoned on the T-shirts at Typographia will appeal to anyone with a sense of individualism. 



A clothes shop that appeals to both men and women and dedicated to that most versatile of apparel – the T-shirt. But this is casualwear with a difference in that each T-shirt is embossed with a unique print created by members of a world-wide...  Read More



Founded by four brothers and beginning life in 1989 as a humble fashion retail store, this Portuguese clothing brand is today synonymous with quality, design and elegance, attributes underpinned by first-class customer service and a world-wide...  Read More



Whether it's off the peg or made-to-measure, the trendy apparel at this colorful and eccentric men's clothing boutique suits a broad range of tastes. Classical designs hang next to the more casual, the contemporary alongside subtle retro. Aimed...  Read More



Don't let this boutique's sparse and understated interior fool you. Look closely and you'll spy some highly respected branded apparel gracing the racks–designer labels such as Comme Des Garçons, Gosha Rubchinskiy and Luker By Neighborhood, to...  Read More

24 de Julho & Docas/Alcantara


Found way out west tucked away in Lisbon's trend-setting LX Factory complex, this is home to innovative Portuguese brand Stone 54, which basically translates as motorbikes and biking gear. Hedon-brand helmets, visors, Ride&Sons jackets and...  Read More



Connoisseurs of the classic cut, the company formed in London by Jeremy Hackett and Ashley Lloyd-Jennings in 1979 and originally celebrated for its tweeds now has a presence on Lisbon's most fashionable thoroughfare, an apt location for one of...  Read More



Over 400 different styles of boardshorts featuring vibrant, summer season patterns colour the shelves at this funky wood-decked boutique. Designed to resemble a beach bar, the oceanfront feel is enhanced by a real sand trim and an aquarium...  Read More

Bairro Alto/Principe Real


Portuguese fashion designer Nuno Gama's stylish and innovative apparel has graced Portuguese personalities from the worlds of music and screen entertainment. Drawing heavily on his country's culture and tradition for inspiration, this maverick...  Read More



Highly respected in Portugal tailoring circles, Rosa & Teixeira has enjoyed a presence on Lisbon's fashionable Avenida da Liberdade for decades, and is regarded as a men's clothing landmark. This is bespoke service at its traditional finest,...  Read More



'Be different, be unique, be yourself". That's the underlying theme enthusiastically promoted at this friendly retail outlet, one of the best-known men's designer clothing boutiques in the city. Smart-casual is the byword here, with plenty of...  Read More


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