Join us on the First Friday of every month for a fun evening of music, and shopping.
We have a different theme each month!
Our experts can help you find the right clothing for your body type, and/or assist you with alterations to look your very best.
The Natty Dresser is a full service menswear shop in the heart of Albany's Downtown Historic District. We have an ever-changing assortment of men's clothing from casual to business attire. We also have accessories like hats, shoes, neckties, socks and belts, as well as gift items for guys of all ages. Our brands include: Pendleton, Hart Schaffner Marx, Ralph Lauren, Liverpool, Filson, Stetson, Kühl, Mizzen + Main, Saxx, Pikolinos and Clarks to name a few.
Established in 2014, our haberdashery was started out of a need for a men's clothing store in Albany. The Natty Dresser is the most recent in a long line of men's clothing stores that have operated in Albany in the past 150+ years.
• Tuxedo & Suit Rentals
• Bridal Alterations
• Custom Shirts
• Custom Suits
• Custom Pants
• Shoe Shining
• Hat Shaping and Cleaning
• Complimentary Gift Wrap
A native Oregonian, Oscar has lived in Albany since 1986, moving here to take a position at the Downtown Sears store. Oscar has been involved in numerous community and historic preservation organizations. A self-described men's Clothing aficionado, he enjoys wearing suits and tuxedos any time he can. In Albany, he is known to many simply as the guy in the hat.
Tamalynne has a background in art and is the go-to color expert at The Natty Dresser. Her customer service ethic was honed in her years as a sales clerk at Emma Downtown, the fashionable women's boutique that is just across the street from The Natty Dresser's original location. She is quite adept at helping customers with their men's clothing choices from casual to tuxedos.
Ronnie joined our team as a very part time greeter at our various open house events that has worked into a position as a sunny part of our sales team. When she isn't at The Natty Dresser, she keeps busy with family. She and her husband Steve live in Lebanon and enjoy being with their grandchildren.
Angie loves helping customers with finding men's clothing that suits them. She has a background in floristry and is a sculptor. She specializes in making 1:12 scale miniature food for dollhouses and dioramas. She also is an avid pet photographer, and squirrel dresser.
Angie lives in Albany with her husband Chad, their two children, and many, many pets.
Clayton is also very interested in theater. A Jefferson High School graduate, he enjoys reading, watching movies and is teaching himself to play the piano. He is kept busy in his off hours by the antics of his kitten Pants.
Amy is currently a student at Northwest University Oregon; she is pursuing a bachelor of arts in ministry leadership. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her cat Charles Bingley. She also likes to dabble in photography and setting up creative photo shoots.
Carolyn began sewing at the age of 5 under the tutelage of a master tailor — her grandmother. She has since worked in high-end men's clothing shops such as The Bon Marché, Nordstrom, and various bridal shops on everything from basic alterations to creating suits, tuxedos and wedding gowns. During her career, she raised nine children. When Carolyn moved to the Albany area to be near her many grandchildren, fortune brought her to The Natty Dresser just as the shop was ready to open.
Marisa is detail-oriented and likes the challenge of taking a garment that doesn't fit and making it look Natty. Her talent is finding creative solutions to challenging projects and she’s exceptionally skilled when it comes to bridal alterations. When she isn't sewing gowns and men's clothing for The Natty Dresser, she can sometimes be found assisting with suits and tuxedos on the sales floor. She lives in Albany with her husband Tim and enjoys spending time with friends, family & pets.
Nancy has been sewing for many years, and comes to the Natty Dresser directly from working at The Rain Shedd. She has brought with her a great deal of knowledge about fabrics and is our in-house zipper and snap expert.
When not at work she loves to cook and spend time with family.
Basil started his career at The Natty Dresser way back in 2014. He drew a crowd and was soon asked to join the team permanently. He serves as an ambassador of silliness to children who are bored at the thought of shopping for clothing for dad. He has appeared on greeting cards, christmas cards and a number of fun displays. Be sure to look for him next time you are in.
The Custom Tailors & Designers Association (CTDA) is the oldest continuously operating trade organization in the United States. Founded in 1880 in Columbus, Ohio, it was established as a venue through which ideas and techniques for design, pattern making, fitting, cutting and tailoring could be shared and exchanged.
Today, more than 140 years later, the organization continues to thrive.