Brower Club Provisions

Brower Club Provisions now open in Hoboken, NJ

As of April 2014 – Brower Club now open in Hoboken:

Brower Club now open Hoboken NJ

Men’s Clothing store “Brower Club” – 55 First St., Hoboken, NJ

Brower Club coming to 55 First Street in Hoboken NJOh boy. The owners of the failed 1FiftyFive ladies clothing store are trying their luck again at the retail spot at 55 First Street. This time with a men’s clothing store called Brower Club Provisions. They also own ladies clothing stores Air Studios and Platform as well.

Scheduled to open next month, the Brower Club will specialized in “essentials” for men, including button-down shirts and blue jeans. They will also serve cups of coffee in their “lounge.” Yikes, that is so edgy I have goose bumps!

Hmmm, the last thing I want to do is loiter when I go shopping. I want to buy what I need and get the hell out of there. Who hangs out in a shop?

Anyway, what will apparently (try to) set Brower Club apart from other stores is their “monthly membership” plan (read: we desperately want repeat business). This membership consists of receiving monthly clothing purchases that are “customized” for YOU by their style “professionals.”

Wow, any REAL man that needs to be told what to wear at this point in their life has much bigger problems to contend with. Reminds me of a friend who could never decide whether to tuck his shirt in or not each time we went out. “Guys, IN or OUT?”

Just remember two things any time you go shopping at an “upscale” clothing store: They probably paid 1/5th of what they’re selling the items for, and it was likely made by a child in Asia for $0.08 per hour. Keep that on your conscience when you’re mingling at Happy Hour showing off your new threads.

Brower Club Provisions mens clothing store Hoboken NJ

Description: Men’s Clothing store with a wacky gimmick.
Address: 55 First Street, Hoboken, NJ 07300
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD
Online: TBD

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2 years 1 month ago

Haven’t bought much new since last summer. Current clothing inventory looks adequate to me. If you take care of your clothes new monthly purchases are unnecessary. Unless men are becoming women.