Clothing Stores Phoenix AZ

Local resource for evaluating Clothing Stores in Phoenix. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to clothing stores and consignment shops, as well as advice on spring fashion, summer clothes, fall jackets and winter clothes for savvy college students.

SUPERIOR LINEN & WORK-WEAR
001 (602) 256-2809
STREET
PHOENIX, AZ
Departments / Services
Uniforms, Workwear, Chefwear, Corporate Apparel, Embroidery, Aprons, Career Wear, Shirts, Denim Shirts, Polo Shirts, Golf Shirts, Caps, Pants, Formal Wear, Work Wear, Chef Wear, Work Apparel, Chef Apparel
Hours
33.447916 -112.074583

UNIFIRST
001 (602) 253-1144
104 NORTH 14TH STREET
PHOENIX, AZ
Departments / Services
dust mops, custom embroidery, mats, work clothing, polo, coveralls, uniform services, HACCP, embroidered apparel, uniform rental, uniforms, facility services, uniform rental service, work clothes, workwear, shirts, flameresistant, uniforms rent, uniform suppliers, restroom services, high visibility, industrial uniforms, handcare, corporate casual, uniform rent, embroidery, corporate apparel, jeans, industrial uniform, restroom service, cleanroom, clean room apparel, protective garments, floor ma
Hours
33.449590 -112.052476

Sam's Club Members Only - Pharmacy
(602) 439-9867
1525 West Bell Road
Phoenix, AZ
Services
Clothing Stores, Department Stores, Grocery Stores and Supermarkets, Discount Stores, Consumer Electronics Stores
Hours
Open 7 Days a Week
Payment Options
American Express, MasterCard, Discover

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Sam's Club Members Only
(480) 893-6999
Chandler, AZ
Services
Clothing Stores, Department Stores, Grocery Stores and Supermarkets, Discount Stores, Consumer Electronics Stores

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Florence Crittenton Services Of Arizona, Inc.
(602) 254-7861
4116 N 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ
 
SHEPLERS WESTERN WEAR
(602) 870-8085
9201 NORTH 29TH AVENUE SUITE 39
PHOENIX, AZ
Departments / Services
Justin, western clothing retail, Levis Jean, levi jeans, Wrangler Jeans, Work Boots, Corral, Silver Jeans, Cowboy Boots, Old Gringo, justin boots, Ariat, Cowgirl Hats
Hours
33.569758 -112.119152

Vulcana, Inc.
(602) 538-3860
4160 N. 49th Way
Phoenix, AZ

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Moseau
(480) 557-0283
940 South Park Lane, #4
Tempe, AZ

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SHEPLERS WESTERN WEAR
(480) 827-8244
2643 EAST BROADWAY ROAD # 101
MESA, AZ
Departments / Services
Work Boots, Old Gringo, Silver Jeans, levi jeans, western clothing retail, Corral, Ariat, justin boots, Wrangler Jeans, Justin, Levis Jean, Cowgirl Hats, Cowboy Boots
Hours
33.408136 -111.773502

Home Again Furnishings & Antiques
(602) 424-0488
4302 N 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ
 
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How to Survive a Climate Change in College

If your hometown is on one side of the map and your college on the other, you’re not just looking at a change of scenery: It may also mean a climate change. (No, we’re not referring to global warming .)

Hot, Hot, Hot?
Flying south? Going west? For those heading toward a warmer environment, first and foremost, one word: sunscreen! One in six Americans eventually develops skin cancer, so you do not want to fry yourself, OK? Yes, we know you love the sun, and it loves you. (Small amounts of exposure are essential for your body to produce vitamin D.) But if you really feel you must get some color, go for a fake ‘n’ bake. Self-tanning lotions do not create the orange streaks they once did, and tanning salons offer plenty of decent spray-booth options (Mystic Tan, VersaSpa, Magic Tan). Just for the record, UV tanning beds are just as bad for your skin as the real thing, don’t be fooled.college student in sunglasses

Another essential? A good pair of sunglasses with UV protection. Protecting the eyes from sun damage is important and often overlooked. Shades also make a superslick fashion statement and are priceless on a walk of shame.

Speaking of fashion, if most of your closet consists of corduroy pants, alpaca sweaters and down jackets, we suggest you hit the mall for a shopping spree. Even if your college is in an area that has all four seasons, the beginning and end of the school year can get pretty hot and humid. Here are some warm-weather wardrobe must-haves:

  • Swimsuits (for lying out on the quad)
  • Shorts
  • Cotton T-shirts (especially with the school logo or mascot)
  • Tank tops
  • Flip-flops
  • A few sundresses (for the ladies)

Oh, and a few more things:

  • Get some allergy medicine just in case the warm weather has you feeling a little stuffy.
  • Invest in some bug repellent.
  • Buy a refillable water bottle, especially if you’re athletic or otherwise physically active.

And if you’re still sweating it out, invest in a portable fan for those really sweltering days.

bicycles in snowBaby, It’s Cold Outside
Brrr! If your college town is in a climate much cooler than what you’re accustomed to, get ready for the shock of your life. Some prep work is in order to be sure walking to and from class doesn’t result in freezing your buns off, or worse, frostbite. Just like the kids who are going to sunnier spots, you need to shop! Be sure to create a warmer wardrobe before the big move. Your cold-weather closet staples are as follows:

  • Winter coat (think: warm and waterproof)
  • Snow boots
  • Waterproof shoes
  • Heavy socks
  • Thermal underwear or leggings for layering
  • Sweaters
  • Knit scarves
  • Wool cap
  • Ear warmers
  • Gloves
  • Heavy pants of all kinds

The key to dressing in freezing temps is layering clothes. If it happens to be a warmer-than-usual day, you can shed a layer or two. On the flip side, if temperatures plummet, you can throw on an extra layer to hold in the bo...

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