Ralph Lauren Private Sale

Ralph Lauren Private Sale

Ralph Lauren Private Sale – 15% off already reduced merchandise

Use code: NOV0410 at checkout for an additional 15% off

Please allow a stating of the absolute obvious.  Ralph Lauren merchandise is expensive.  You’ll pay a lot for that polo pony logo.  So catching a Ralph Lauren item that’s not only on sale, but on sale with additional markdowns… that’s about the only way to go.  And that’s what’s going on, right now.

Thanks to Zach for the style tip.  Their “private” sale appears to be anything but private.  It’s splashed all over the front page of ralphlauren.com, and the sale even has its own navigation tab.  There’s a wide selection of stuff that the code works on, and there’s plenty of sizes available.  Remember though, even with the double discounting some of these pieces will get real expensive real fast.  Here’s a few of the best.

Reversible Wool Scarf – $33.15 (reg. $52) | Cashmere Watch Cap – $41.44 (reg. $65)

Easy to stay warm with these.

Not a bad bargain.  The scarf’s underside pattern is a houndstooth, while the cashmere cap is indeed 100% cashmere.  The scarf is also available in grey, and the watch cap comes in four other colors.

Lined Leather Moto Glove – $56.10 (reg. $88)

The non boring leather glove.

Remember these?  And I thought I was getting a good deal at $74.  On sale, and with the extra 15% off they’re even harder to resist.  They’re warmer than you’d think due to the Thinsulate.  Consider sizing up because they’re a little snug through the wrist (I returned my mediums and got a pair in large.  Free shipping on the return.)

Telly Grain Penny Loafer – $56.74 | Terence Venetian Driver – $56.74 (reg. $89)

Polo loafers for under $60

Unless you live in the south you probably won’t get to wear these for awhile.  But you’ll be very glad you snagged them come spring.

Richmond Quilted Vest – $117.81 (reg. $198)

Still pricey. But pretty slick.

$120 for a vest?  Original price was $200.  Yeah, it’s still expensive, but if you’re looking for a lightweight layer and want something with all the right details… this is it.  Slim looking construction, great matte snaps, and corduroy details at the collar.  Plus a nice logo/trademark strip at one of the pockets.

Leather Tie-Stripe Card Case – $38.24 (reg. $60)

In tan or black.

Could be the best deal out of the entire lot.  Under $40 for a slim card case (you need one if you don’t already have one in your collection) with a tie stripe detail at the top.  Stamped pony logo too.

Thanks again to Zach for the style tip.  Use the code NOV0410 for the additional 15% off.  Expires Monday.