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Online retailer Bonobos doesn't have a brick-and-mortar store, but there is a place in the city where men can try on those chinos, button-downs, and colored pants in person. Connected to the company's headquarters at 45 West 25th Street is the Bonobos Guideshop, a relatively small-but-quaint space where men can come in, have a beer, and try the clothes with the help of a fit guide. And though you can't walk out with your new purchases, you can place an order and have them in a day or so.
To keep things personal, Bonobos recommends scheduling an appointment on their website, since there are only two fitting rooms inside the shop. Consider it your very own man cave, which will soon reach ultimate levels of bro-down once the fully stocked bar arrives.
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