Wingtips for $70. Seersucker suits for, wait for it, $78.
Cap toe oxfords under $90. Boat shoes for $40. Swim trunks for $33.
The line between J. Crew and J. Crew Factory / Mercantile continues to be blurred. Seemingly on purpose?
Is there a JCrewPocalypse on the horizon?
One of J. Crew’s most popular items from the fall/winter line has finally arrived. And…
Featuring $91 Gore Tex boots, new Wallace & Barnes goods, and more. Just 2% less than the Black Friday deal.
Now extended through Cyber Monday with a new code. Full picks inside. Goodyear welted boots for $124 anyone? New Balance Killshot knockoffs for $37?
A tweed blazer for fall and winter, minus the stiff and scratch. And maybe finally on sale?
In a very fall appropriate color, no less.
The same vest is going for $34.95, $47.70, and $79.50. Just depends on where you shop.
No tiers this time. No multi buys needed. Lots of their new fall arrivals are getting the 40% off.
Four combinations of four to maximize this tiered discount. Cracklin’ Rosie? Get on board.
UPDATE: This thing has been extended through Thursday. New arrivals, un-suits, and more.
AKA a “just in time” sale if you’ve got a wedding to attend coming up. Tuxes too. So, good if you’re a groom as well.
A super lightweight, summer suit for under $190? Yes please.
Exclusions? Of course. But seemingly not as many as normal. One of the better J. Crew sales in recent memory.
Buy just the sportcoat, or just the pants, or the whole suit. Up to you.
In person with J. Crew’s new totally unconstructed, super lightweight, $266 for the whole thing suit separates.
In person and in depth with J. Crew’s newest line of neck and sleeve dress shirts.
In person with J. Crew’s unconstructed, barely lined, sub $200, navy wool/cotton Ludlow blazer.