Going into a women's clothing store can be terrifying: there are often an overwhelming amount of choices and other shoppers at arm's length. The idea of walking into a store like Forever 21 alone gives me anxiety, and perhaps explains why I have started frequenting online stores more. Men's clothing shops like Ps & Qs and previously visited Today Clothing, however, are quite the opposite experience. Rather than dealing with an overbearing clothing to square-foot ratio, these unique top-shelf menswear shops often utilize a minimalistic space that is very open and uncluttered. The overarching feeling is one that is free of stress as you breeze down the sides of the store, browsing quality made in the USA shirts and quirky socks. In addition, the presence of Brooklyn (the dog) then made the store feel extremely warm and welcoming, which made my experience a far more comfortable one (as nicer menswear shops can sometimes feel intimidating and unnecessarily posh).