First Place: Franco’s Fine Clothiers
11800 W. Broad St.
Second Place: Jos. A. Bank
Third Place: Men’s Wearhouse
If you’re a guy who wants to look his best in Richmond, you’d do well to check out Franco’s, which has provided vital assistance to Richmond’s sharp-dressed men for more than 30 years. Opened by Italian immigrant Franco Ambrogi, Franco’s has branches in both Short Pump Town Center and Lakeside. Along with full suits, Franco’s offers blazers, shoes and sportswear. “All of our guys have been with us for many years and those who are new to us have been through a lot of education,” co-owner Mark Ambrogi says. “When you walk in, you don’t just get pointed to your size.” He says it’s all about “getting the right person to figure out what you need, style-wise, and your body type.” The national chain Jos. A. Bank, with locations at Gayton Crossing, the West End and Midlothian, offers low prices, tailored and slim-fit clothing and a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee. Men’s Wearhouse has locations in Glen Allen, the West End and Midlothian. Along with its suit selection, Men’s Wearhouse offers free lifetime pressing, 24-hour tailoring and a 90-day return policy.