At this point in the season, most end-of-season sales only have sizes XXXXS and XXXXL left, but there are still some good things here and there if you look hard enough. Almost everything in our shop is currently on sale, for example. Here are five other sales that I think are particularly good at the moment:
- No Man Walks Alone: Up to 40% off select items, although most seem to hover around 25%. Discounts aren’t door-busting low, but the shop carries really nice brands such as G. Inglese for shirts, Jamison’s for knitwear, Merola for gloves, and Mackintosh for raincoats. Pictured above: Frank Clegg Leatherworks briefcase and Eidos tweed topcoat.
- The Merchant Fox: The retail arm of Fox Brothers, one of the oldest and most famous mills in England (and inventor of flannel for use in suitmaking). Take up to 30% off their selection of outerwear, blankets, and accessories. I really like some of the scarves and gloves.
- Indigo & Cotton: A nice South Carolina shop for casualwear, with things such as Howlin’ by Morrison Donegal sweaters ($108), Battenwear anoraks ($219), and Engineered Garments BDU jackets ($202). Also some Levis Vintage Clothing 1947 501 repros ($188), which are slimmer than the company’s current version of the 501, but has a bit more room in the leg than many slim-fit jeans today.
- Club Monaco: Take another 30% off sale items with the checkout code JANUARY. I really like their merino sweaters for value (v-necks will look a little dressy, but I think crewnecks are more versatile). Also, summer dad jeans at dad-friendly prices, lots of great looking casual shirts, affordable leather gloves, and some pricey (but exceptional) Inis Meain knitwear (as pictured above).
- Exquisite Trimmings: The selection of Drake’s accessories here is great. Even this late into the season, you can still find basic wool and shantung ties, Fair Isle scarves, and lots of handsome pocket squares. Customers outside the EU can expect another ~20% off at checkout for not having to pay European taxes.