Rebecca is an Albany Native and lives just down the street with her husband and two children. Many of our customers may recognize her from her days of teaching preschool, or from her own henna art business Violet Fox Creations.
Meet our Staff...
We have a well-deserved reputation of excellence in providing smart, sensible, and professional services.
Tuesday - Friday 10am - 7pm
Saturdays 10am - 5pm
Stop by the shop on Wednesday between 4 & 7pm and enjoy a glass of wine while you shop. 21 and over. Please bring your ID because Oscar thinks everyone looks too young to drink.
Quality is our watchword, and we carry some of the best quality brands in the Pacific NW and the world.
We invite you to stop in and take a peek at the shop; we hope you will find it to be an experience that you will want to return to often.
(and invite your friends in as well)
Oscar B. Hult
Oscar has lived in Albany Oregon 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 clothes horse known to many in Albany, 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.
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.
Our brands include: Pendleton, Fossil, Agave, Bobby Jones, ENRO, Woolrich, Stetson, Bostonian, Ecoths and Clarks to name a few.
Established in 2014, our haberdashery 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. The shop is located in a c1890 storefront that originally housed Fortmiller Furniture and Undertaking.