Lifestyle | Colorado Springs Magazine



    In downtown Colorado Springs, right near the corner of Bijou Street and Tejon, is a men’s clothing store called INHERENT. It’s a beautiful, comfortable space filled with off-the-rack designs that are both effortlessly cool and irresistibly inviting to the touch. In the back of the shop, there’s an area for custom fittings as well as a barbershop. Leather couches, bottles of whiskey, magazines, and books make it feel welcoming. It’s like the well-designed living room of your best guy friend. The kind of guy you can really talk to.

    When I first walked into Adam & Son Auto Repair, I felt a little disoriented. I was there to interview Dan Adam, the owner and founder. I looked around at the hardwood floors, leather couches, and stocked mini-fridge. It was the first repair shop waiting room I had been in that I would actually like to wait in.
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