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The Best Online High Street Fashion Brands For Affordable Menswear

Monday, 10th September, 2018

Whether you’re looking to buy some basics to create your latest outfit, you want a one-off piece at an affordable price, or you’re just looking for some of the freshest trends at great prices, the high street is the place to be for menswear.

But you don’t need to leave your house to get your hands on some new clothes, you can do it all at the click of a button by visiting the sites online.

There’s plenty out there, from brands having their own websites, to mult-brand online stores which sell all your favourite brands, and even branch out into their own label. The Internet is only getting bigger and bigger, so it can be difficult to navigate.

There’s also a huge number of high street stores which may not be in your city so you’re unaware of them, but not to worry.

What Is High Street Fashion?

First of all I think it’s important to distinguish what is meant by the term high street fashion. This is accessible clothing, at a reasonable or in some cases cheap price points, that everyone can wear.

It could be one-off pieces that you want to buy for a special occasion such as New Years Eve, such as a velvet jacket, or basics such as a few white T-shirts to wear as under shirts.

The reason that high street fashion is so popular is because of it’s accessibility and price. There’s some fantastic brands offering some good quality clothing designed for the every day man.

Here’s my favourite high street menswear brands. From the best of British to the overseas brands which are making a name for themselves in the UK. If you’re looking for value for money in your clothes, check these out.



You probably have an H&M on your high street no matter what city you live in, from the UK to the world. But they’re online too, and do regularly have pieces which are online-only.

The Swedish giant is great for cheap basics, and also does higher quality and more expensive lines which are still at affordable prices.

The best pieces include your usual basics, as well as one-off inexpensive items too.

Visit H&M



In Newcastle we’ve had a Zara for years, but it doesn’t sell menswear, in fact most people I know didn’t even know that Zara sold clothing for guys. Well they do, and they sell some great pieces.

They’ve always got a huge collection available, including some very good shirts, along with every other item of clothing you could imagine.

Visit Zara


Famed for it’s quality basics, Uniqlo has Japanese heritage and is a must visit for your casual wears. If you don’t know about their plain pima “Supima” 100% soft cotton T-Shirts you need to know, because they are fantastic for the price. (Check out the ultimate guide to men’s t-shirts)

With regular one-off campaigns with other brands with famous graphic tees, previously they’ve done a collab with McDonalds which was a hit in Japan. Premium goods for an affordable price is another selling point, with cashmere being a good option when the temperatures get low.

Visit Uniqlo


Pull And Bear

Coming from Spain, Pull and Bear is a brand which has been making waves in the UK in recent times. Strangely enough I got a Winter coat from the brand, which I took all the way to Iceland and it stood up well.

Who thought a brand from sunny Spain would do well at winter clothing. Hoodies, sweats and other basics are great steals too.

Visit Pull And Bear

Mango MAN

Mango is another Spanish brand, and it’s become one of my favourite and go-to brands for clothing. If you’re looking for basics it’s got plenty, but it does quality clothing for your mainline of your wardrobe at a good price too.

I love their slim fits, everything from plain shirts to chinos, and they do premium lines including leather too.

Visit Mango


Old school from the bricks and mortar of the real high street, TOPMAN has been around for longer than I can remember.

There’s plenty to choose from with their own collections, including a step into designer with their TOPMAN Design collections, the site also offers other labels which fit into it’s brand.



I call Zalando the ASOS of Germany, that’s how to sum it up to someone who hasn’t heard of it. Zalando is a multi-brand online store which sells a huge amount of clothing from a lot of brands.

The greatest thing I like about them is you can shop for brands you don’t see much in the UK, meaning you’ll be wearing something which other’s aren’t.

Visit Zalando

Nelly MEN

From ASOS to Zalando and now to Nelly Men which hails from Sweden. Similar to the other two, it’s home to a large number of brands, including a lot of Scandinavian brands which you simply don’t see in the UK.

For this reason I love the site, you can get a taste of Swedish and other Nordic brands which the UK shops don’t stock. You’ll also find the more well-known brands too, making it a good one-stop shop.

Visit Nelly MEN


TM Lewin

Looking for a casual or smart shirt at a good price? TM Lewin has to be worth a look. They regularly have offers on for multi-buys, including 4 shirts for £110 which is hard to beat.

If you’re creating a white shirt outfit and don’t want to break the bank, you should give them a look. There’s plenty of other shirts, from checks, stripes and other plain and patterned shirts, you’re sure to find one you like at TM Lewin.

You’ll be able to complete the outfit with accessories such as pocket squares to sharpen up your outfit, or just shop for work shirts.

Visit TM Lewin


Another Scandinavian brand, Weekday has slowly been making inroads in the UK for a while now, and they make great high street basics. Once just a shop, then spanning to a brand, it has the basics you need in your wardrobe covered.

Visit Weekday


If it’s discounts on brands you want, MandMDirect is your place to go. A large stock of branded clothing at an affordable price, there’s bargains to be had. If you love to have a browse around websites to hunt our a good deal, you’ll feel at home at MandMDirect.

Visit MandMDirect



That’s my favourite affordable high street online menswear shops. From the multi-brand stores to the labels themselves, there’s a huge offering for guys online these days, from the basics and everyday wear to occasion pieces, it’s never been easier to find clothing to suit your budget.

From writing a men’s fashion blog I get to see a lot of brands from the high street, and these are certainly up there as the best clothing brands.

There is of course the coolest menswear brands, which have a more focus on labels, hypebeasts, the latest trends and are far more expensive. You can go down either road or mix up them both in your daily outfits. There’s always good menswear at every price point.

Michael Adams

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Michael Adams is the founder and editor of Michael 84, blogger from Newcastle, UK. Sharing men's fashion tips, style advice and lifestyle information for all guys.

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