Another cracker from Simon Friedlander, all the way from Austin, Texas USA. I’m going to have a crack at explaining it. New Bohemia is an area in Virginia, founded by the Bohemians and Slovaks. In Europe, the term ‘Bohemian’ loosely relates to these people, but also to the artistic, dirty, gypsy dudes that nowadays you see in cool bars drinking obscure local ales. And probably wearing clothes from this shop.
Word around town is that this guy is a tiecoon in the neck-wear industry. Snapped in Penn Station New York by Jonathan Schneider.
All the way from Chicago USA comes this puntastic Pun Shop Name, spotted by the very open-minded Simon Armour.
Yet another classic Pun Shop Name from Top Punter Janet O’Brien. The question is, where will you find more iniquities, at this clothing store in Hyde Park SA, or this antique shop?
The perfect name for a surf shop? You know, I’ve probably walked past this place in Bondi Junction NSW a thousand times, and it’s never clicked. Well done to Wassim Kanaan for taking the shot.
I can’t help but wonder if they would match a tux with green tights? Found not in Sherwood Forest, but in Orange County California, by Jonathan Schneider.
That poor gentleman in red is dashing back into this shop, because only a moment after purchase, his delightful red Polo shirt was worn out. Marc Burns found this one in the Theatre District, NYC.
I’m trying to picture a shop with less ‘sox appeal’. A distant relative of Specs Appeal and equally un-sexy. Spotted by David Adam in Harbortown, Perth WA.
Driving towards Randwick NSW, I saw a bright light dancing on the horizon. As I drew closer, it seemed to hover, and then shoot away at high speed. I gave chase. Strangely, Richard Dreyfuss was in the car with me. Suddenly there was a blinding flash of intense white light.. and then nothing. My car was sitting by the side of the road in silence and Richard was gone. I looked down and discovered I was wearing a Stussy t-shirt and cargo pants. I’d had a Clothes Encounter.
Sent in by our American Connection Marc Burns, here’s the painfully punny ‘Men’s Wearhouse’. According to Marc it’s found in “salubrious Buckhead, the ‘Beverley Hills of the South’”. Let’s hope Men’s Wearhouse stays there.