And the great at-home-workout discount wars have begun. Also, explaining why their MK-1 line is so good.
Plus $55 BR Sneakers, $39 Legacy Jeans, and how to look smart at home without tucking your shirt in.
Some sharp minimalism and monochrome, plus early spring air. If it’s allowed.
“Today… I wear a tux. A Canadian tux, but a tux all the same.”
Someone call The Onion. They’re RED.
Plus, the case for wearing pants.
UltraBoosts. Spring jackets. Italian made shoes. 6000+ items. And as always, it all ships and returns for free.
Plus BR is running a mega sale on polos. $15 (yes, fifteen) for luxe touch.
So how does Hill City’s almost twice as expensive tech pant stack up against BR’s on-sale Core Temp chinos? Um. Well. Ehhhhhh.
The students have their 3 weeks of homework. The cow chores are calling.
Another 50%+ no exclusions thing? Jumping (ha) into some new arrivals, and some old favorites.
Location is overrated. Put on a suit.
Come for the outfit where each piece averages $41. Stay for the video of a dog watching television.
Plus an easy, $6 way to give a wristwatch a nice refresh for spring.
Athleisure for at-home, and workout gear for pounding the pavement. Lots of already on sale double-dip picks.
Hamilton wrist watches bottom out at The Rack.
Come for the affordable, smart layers. Stay for the dog photo.
This is rare. Everyone’s favorite department store isn’t messing around.
Plus the Khaki Timex MK1 chrono is now going for $56.
One day only. Rapid movement jeans? Forty bucks.