Take 40% off Lands’ End and L.E.C. with DONNER and pin 1585
Many thanks to Jason C., Anthony S., Ryan B., and others for the style tips.
30% off at Lands’ End Canvas is good. 40% off one item is a steal. 40% off everything (even sale) PLUS free shipping no minimum is downright jig worthy. Use the code DONNER and the pin 1585 at either Lands’ End Canvas, Lands’ End, or both, and there’s a chance you’ll get your order by Friday.
L.E.C. Chino Blazer – $59.99 ($180)
Looks like this one was overpriced out of the gate. I think plenty of us remember their newer line of blazers coming out and gagging a bit on the retail prices. Currently way down on the price, and again, ships free. The functional buttons are a pain for tailoring, but this one comes in more exact chest measurement sizes. For $60, could be worth spending the money on your tailor to hack it up. And just because it’s khaki colored, don’t be afraid to wear it in the winter. Try a black V-neck and white shirt under. Already on sale.
They aren’t as good as the Bonobos oxfords, but they’re just fine for under $30. The white and blue shown here are the only colors that cost this much. The other options (like orange, yellow, light jade) are down to $15. They could be a little more fitted and have a more substantial collar, but other than that they’re awfully good for the price.
Not quite as divisive as Indochino Suiting, but there are two camps with these things. Love, and hate. And I’m in camp love. I’ve had zero problems with my black Crosbys, and for under $50 they’re a friggin’ steal.
Say it with me: It’s time to ditch the zip. 1/4 zip pull over sweaters have been favored by plenty of guys for years. Buttons just look better. A little less suburban dad-ish. These are a huge upgrade from the all cotton quarter zip sweaters most reach for. Mainly cotton but with 16% wool. Great cable pattern. Nice work Lands’ End Canvas.
L.E.C. Nailhead Blazer – $29.94 ($99.99)
It fits a bit big and nowhere near as fitted as it looks in the online pics. Also, the arms seemed to run a little long. But for $30? Might make a great go-to weekend sportcoat after your tailor gets their hands on it.
L.E.C. Straight Fit Cords – $17.99 ($59.50)
Red pants. They’re not just for chinos anymore. Under $20 shipped with a straight fit and more colors if you’re not into the red pants thing. Try the richer than khaki “Brown Umber” or hedge on the red with “Forrest Green.”
Who’s got experience w/ Lands’ End (not canvas) “tailored” fit suiting? A brown tweed suit for under $200 isn’t something you happen across every day, and if you’re into that look this could be a good find. The pants alone are worth considering at $60. Mainly wool with a bit of nylon woven in. Side tabs on the pants, ticket pocket on the jacket.
Lands’ End Donegal Wool Cap – $23.99 ($59.50)
Meanwhile, in more affordable Donegal news… Different than your average watch cap thanks to the speckle and cable knit. Three different colors, but it’s tough to go wrong with the lighter grey.
Target makes a cheap-o version and if memory serves, they usually sell those for around $20. These are all the way down to $30, have 100% wool tweed tops, and deerskin palms. That’s worth the extra $10.
The Lands’ End / L.E.C. 40% off and free shipping code DONNER + pin 1585 expires at 11:59pm CT on 12/19/11