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Friday, 13 January 2017

Things For Men To Do In Vienna

As I am a Woman/Mum, I often write about things to do with kids when we visit different destinations, as a single mum is it easy to forget the men. So here is a guide of a few things for men to do in the beautiful city of Vienna. With men are taking more and more pride in their appearance, it is important for them to find good quality grooming and menswear so for something to wear, Strictly Herrmann in the second district only stocks menswear. This cool concept store on Taborstrasse carries selected labels, alongside cool accessories including eyewear and bags, as well as books, fragrances, skincare products, gin and the latest must-have gadgets. You could get want you wanted all under one roof. Leave the wife and kids and go off to do a spot of shopping yourself.

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At La Moustache on Kirchengasse, here you will find elegant sporty fashion from Italy and France. Stylish shirts, trousers, jackets, shoes, ties and even tuxedos line the racks and shelves. ‘Classic, but never boring’ is the philosophy here. 

Franz und Gloria, a barbershop in the seventh district, also includes a unisex hairdressing salon. Men and women’s stylists use sustainable care products from Vienna-based company Less is More, whose creations only contain certified organic herbal ingredients. Male patrons can look forward to an expert shave or professional beard styling service – there are no appointments here, but espresso and whiskey are de rigueur.

Brothers’ Barbershop on Neubaugasse, also in the seventh district, is just for men. The cosy vintage interiors provide a fitting setting for the fine art of male grooming – with everything from a simple trim and shave, to face massages on offer. The salon has also turned into something of a hang out where people come for a chat about the issues of the day over coffee and whiskey, as well as to ensure they look their best.

So gentlemen, next time the Mrs suggests a trip to vienna, keep this blog post in mind and have your own bit of retail therapy because there is nothing better than coming home from a break away and feeling so much better than when you arrived there. 

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