A fine retail operation specializing in the best clothing, furnishings, and accessories for ladies and gentlemen living in or visiting the Northern Neck or Peninsula areas of eastern Virginia.
Located in Lancaster County, Khakis of Irvington is joined by a fine dining restaurant, a specialty clothing & gift shop for children, a gourmet coffee shop, an upscale kitchen supply shop and cooking school, and a women's boutique. Nearby, three golf courses and marinas, two churches, the Hope and Glory Bed & Breakfast, and other shopping opportunities await.
The retail space is outfitted and decorated with oak antiques which depict a master bedroom suite. The inventory is displayed and stocked within and around these furnishings. The antiques are offered for sale and thus will provide for an ever-changing and interesting retail environment.
We stock traditional dress and fashionable style with an emphasis on quality. Khakis of Port Warwick offers caters to both ladies and gentlemen, while Khakis of Irvington stocks primarily gentlemens attire.
Suits, sport coats, dress and casual slacks, dress and sport shirts, golf wear, are offered and complimented by ties, belts, leather goods, gifts, and other fine accessories. Custom tailoring is available.
Inventory includes H. Freeman, Ballin, Zanella, Carrot & Gibbs, Bill's Khakis, Dance in Paris, H. Oritsky, Mulholland Brothers, Alex Garfield, Casey Coleman, Helen Kaminski, Blue Willi's, Kin Ross Cashmere and Tervis Tumblers.
Andy Smith is the owner and manager of Khakis.
With almost two decades experience in apparel, retail (The Stagg Shoppe and Ivey's Department Store) and wholesale (h.i.s. Sportswear and Haggar Slacks) he is abundantly qualified to assist Khakis' clientele with their wants and needs.
Andy's valuable business experience also includes the ownership and operation of five successful restaurants.