Supply & Advise opens in Downtown Miami

Supply & Advise is a Miami-based menswear shop that offers a curated selection of apparel, shoes and accessories that is classic, rugged and timeless. Their style is inspired by Americana, vintage military and work wear, and the days when going out to dinner meant wearing a tie. Supply & Advise stand behind the selection of goods 100%, just like outfitters of days long gone. Now, Supply & Advise officially opens a permanent location at Downtown Miami. Here is more information about Supply & Advise :


According to Urban Daddy :

“Welcome to the permanent Supply & Advise, two floors filled with the sort of rugged, classic and exceedingly rakish gear necessary to navigate the city, now open in Downtown. Know three things about their new spot: 1) it’s here to stay, 2) the building it resides in was built in 1926 by Henry Flagler, and 3) the military mule is back. Yep, they drove it over from their old spot. Inside, it’s all wood cabinetry, vintage display cases and loads of military and Americana collectibles with stories to tell. Upstairs: a bar stocked with Japanese whiskey being led into action by a tiny Admiral Yamamoto figurine. Oh, and yes—clothes. Shoes. Bags.”


According to HypeBeast :

“Newly opened in downtown Miami, Florida is the Supply & Advise menswear store, stocking a full curated selection of classic, tailored and vintage-inspired items. Housed in a historic 1920s building that had undergone renovation for three years, the store is spread over two floors with a barber shop and bar featured on the second level. Carrying brands such as Filson, Alden, Gitman Vintage, Gant Rugger, Todd Snyder, Orlebar Brown and New Balance, the timeless environment of the retail space marks a conscious departure from Miami’s often vapid reputation, instead tending towards an experience of class and substance.”


According to :

“The Supply & Advise store has been a long time coming, but it looks as though this American-themed gem is just about ready to open up its Downtown Miami doors! Facebook suggests that the store already looks perfect: Baxter of California shave, skin, and haircare products line a neat wooden apothecary shelf, the address on its door has gotten a gold leaf touch, merchandise seems to be laid out perfectly atop of military trunks, a buffalo head sits on a wall, and there’s a shiny neon sign outside letting you know you’ve stepped into dapper dude territory.”


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