Subscription Clothes Shopping: The New Way to Shop for the Modern Man

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — As subscription shopping for non-perishable groceries becomes more common, entrepreneurs are already adapting this paradigm to other essential items. Recognizing the ongoing attempts by young professionals to achieve an equitable work-life balance despite ever-increasing demands on their time, the Newlin brothers started, an online clothing subscription service. AlwaysHave provides a simple, efficient method by which men can automatically restock those essential items of clothing in need of regular replacement.

“While a clothing subscription may seem a wacky idea on its face, the fact is that running to the local department store to by new socks or underwear is the last thing a man has the time or inclination to do, whether he’s a young professional or a retiree ready to enjoy life,” explains co-founder Karl Newlin. “So why not offer a service that lets guys deal with this once and then forget about it for the next year or two?”

Visitors to may choose from a wide range of men’s socks, underwear and t-shirts in a variety of styles and colors. Upon locating their desired item, shoppers simply add it to their cart and specify a subscription interval. They will then receive one shipment immediately and another every one, three or six months. There are no contracts, and subscribers can easily change their selections as their tastes evolve over time.

“We created AlwaysHave not only to save guys like us some time but to prove to the wider business community that there is indeed a vast market for this and similar subscription services,” Karl continues. “It’s just a matter of getting the word out to those who would benefit the most from something like this, and we’re well on our way to doing so.”

AlwaysHave is available throughout the United States. Learn more or begin a subscription at:

About AlwaysHave is the brainchild of the Newlin brothers, who recognized that the growing time crunch faced by young professionals is compelling them to seek more streamlined ways to perform essential shopping tasks. They launched the AlwaysHave clothing subscription service to fill this need, and they plan to identify and meet similar needs in the future. More information is available at:


Karl Newlin