This is a collection of all of the best places to find clothes for short(er) men.
This list doesn’t include major apparel brands who happen to carry a few items that work for shorter gents.
Instead, the brands listed on this page specialize in clothing for men who are below average height.
Some of them have actual brick and mortar stores, some operate online, and some do both.
This list will be updated as new companies are founded.
If you know of any brands that aren’t listed on this page, please mention them in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
If I’ve had the chance to review any of these brands, I’ll include a link to that review in the table below.
Here’s a legend for the price point column:
- $ = Many items less than $25
- $$ = Many items less than $75
- $$$ = Many items less than $100
- $$$$ = Most items over $100
|Name||Summary||Price Point||Year Founded||Retail Location||Review||Online Store (Y/N)|
|Peter Manning||Classic American clothing for "not so tall" men||$$$||2011||Brooklyn, NYC||Peter Manning review||Yes|
|Jax Everett||Premium clothes tailored to fit men 5'9" and under||$$$$||2014||n/a||Jax Everett review||Yes|
|Silas Jackson||Button up shirts and polos designed for men 5'8" and under||$$||2015||n/a||Silas Jackson review||Yes|
|Ash & Anvil||Everyday clothes designed for guys 5'8" and below||$$||2015||n/a||Ash & Anvil review||Yes|
|Shortees||T-shirts created to fit men 5'8" and under||$||2007||n/a||Shortees review||Yes|
|Jaden Lam||Luxury clothing line for men 5'9" and under||$$$$||2014||n/a||n/a||Yes|
|For the Fit||Clothes designed for tall men and short men||$||2005||n/a||n/a||Yes|
|Jimmy Au's||The original short men's clothing store||$$$$||1982||Beverly Hills, CA||n/a||No|
|Sharp Casualwear||Casual shirts for men 5'8" and under||$$||2015||n/a||Sharp Casualwear review||Yes|
|Robbie Brown||Clothing for men up to 5'8"||???||2016||Toronto, Canada||n/a||No|
If you know of any other brands that specifically make clothes for shorter men, please send me a Tweet or email (brock at themodestman dot com), and I’ll add it to the list.