Everyone needs a pair of black oxfords, even if they might not wear them a lot. Let’s see if J. Crew’s are worth the squeeze, or just plain old lemons.
Essentials shop got updated over the weekend.
Welcome to the post Labor Day, pre-Fall period.
Target 20% off men’s clothes. Grant Stone additional 20% off sale. J. Crew bumps it up to an additional 60% off final sale items. Lots more.
Exclusions apply of course, but it’s the biggest deal they’ve ran since May.
Gustin’s USA Made Natural CXL Horween briefcase is back for pre-order.
Watch prices at authorized dealers have been pretty “sticky” lately. Nice to see any sort of savings.
From on-sale performance underwear, to new Suitsupply Super 130s suits.
Five style scenarios mined from the extra 40% off Bonobos sale.
Goodr’s “we never do this” Sunglasses sale is on.
Super 120s Italian wool suit separates. Swim trunks. Let’s get weird.
Stretch chinos shorts under $20. Swiss made watches. USA Made T-shirts.
Drops them to $72. Ships free too. Nike Members only though. It’s been, what, over a year since they were on sale?
Sold/Ships by adidas. Other stuff too. $12.50 aqua slides. Those black/gray Gore Tex hikers for $109.
Dress shoes. Dive watches. Bar carts.
The transition to fall is starting to take place. At least in retail.
It’s their biggest sale of the year. Dress shirts. Casual shirts. Reeeaaaalllly nice shirts, now at more attainable prices.
One day, half off. Plus a quick (very quick) explanation on the differences between their 3 chino fabrics.
$29 jeans. $560 Italian Cashmere/Wool Knit Blazers. That’s some range.
“I’m certainly glad to see you again.” …$10 tees. $29 New Balance sneakers.