STAG, A Mens's Apparel and Lifestyle Store, Opens in Houston

STAG, A Mens's  Apparel  and Lifestyle Store, Opens in Houston

STAG’s unique and inviting retail spaces feature a precisely edited yet eclectic blend of apparel, accessories, grooming essentials, unique gifts, & one-of-a-kind vintage finds. A varied offering from up-and-coming brands and established designers are mixed among small-batch goods from local craftsmen, while contemporary art is presented among vintage furniture -- all culminating in an inspirational yet approachable shopping experience for the modern gentleman. STAG has been a fixture on the Austin shopping scene since late 2009, and the new Houston location will continue to feature STAG’s ever-evolving but always well-defined product offering.

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“We’ve had Houston on our mind for some time now and were really just waiting for the right location to become available,” said Steve Shuck, co-founder of STAG. “When we heard about the old Buffalo Hardware space at Kirby and Westheimer opening up, we knew we had our spot. It’s well situated among lots of great shops, restaurants, and neighborhoods and is just down the street from Highland Village, so we couldn’t be happier about its potential.”

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STAG’s new location in Houston will be 3500 square feet located at 2614 Westheimer Rd. (the corner of Kirby & Westheimer) next to Sloan/Hall and ARMANDOS in River Oaks. Similar to their Austin, Dallas, and Venice, CA stores, STAG will offer their signature rugged yet refined style in Houston while using elements of the preexisting space to stay true to the neighborhood and city’s history. They’ve restored Buffalo Hardware’s original terrazzo floors to their 1940’s origins and will keep the original storefront design as well.

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“Our Houston location will feature STAG staples like Ralph Lauren RRL, Hamilton Shirt Co., Red Wing, Filson, Gitman Bros, Moscot, and more,” said Don Weir, co-founder of STAG. “Over time, we’ll also introduce new brands and exclusive collections that make sense for the market. We’ve done great business both online and in Austin with Houston shoppers over the years, so we’re looking forward to opening up shop in another strong Texas market and servicing the Houston community.”

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Visit STAG at any one of their locations Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. or online at

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About STAG

STAG is an independent men’s apparel and lifestyle shop specializing in contemporary clothing with classic roots. Founded as a single store in Austin, TX in 2009 with locations in Venice, CA, Dallas, TX, and Houston, TX, STAG is an inimitable shopping destination for apparel, accessories, grooming essentials and home goods as well as unique gifts and one-of-a-kind vintage finds. The unique experience STAG provides has been nationally recognized, and they are the only menswear store to be featured in the top 10 list of both GQ and Esquire magazines.

A modern-day store for every man, STAG embodies a spirited masculinity with a nod to timeless style. Its ethos, driven by rugged, American individualism and inspired by the tradition and spirit of style icons like Steve McQueen, Michael Caine, Keith Richards and Willie Nelson, challenges the norm by highlighting up-and-coming designers alongside industry mainstays. STAG pairs high end with low, mixes vintage classics with new collections, and features the unexpected alongside the nostalgic, resulting in a carefully edited yet eclectic blend of goods where the common thread is uncomplicated authenticity.

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