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Best websites to help a man get dressed

These websites offer an easy way to keep up a wardrobe.

Trunkclub.com puts men in touch with a fashion consultant who does the shopping for them. After a consultation via Skype or webcam, a box of designer duds arrives by mail. A customer sends back whatever doesn’t suit him and gets billed for what he keeps.

Shirtsmyway.com features an online design tool that creates customized hand-sewn shirts in “7 trillion different fabric and style configurations.” A team of tailors in China turns each dream shirt into a reality.

Manpacks.com sends men packs of new undergarments every three months for as little as $11 each time. A buyer can choose whatever number of socks, undershirts, or boxers he wants.

Blacksocks.com aims to rid men of “sock stress” by sending each customer identical pairs of socks as often as he would like.

Source: The New York Times

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