Going into the new year, we have six sponsors to thank – many of which are having sales right now.
Ledbury is holding their winter sale, with discounts of up to 50% on a range of sport coats, trousers, knitwear, and accessories. And, of course, their shirts, for which they’re most known. Winter-weight flannels and dressier office cottons start as low as $65.
The Hanger Project has one of the largest collections for luxury menswear accessories. This week, they’ve discounted a number of things by 20%, including crunchy knit ties from Drake’s of London. The black one pictured above could be used to dress down everything from a grey flannel suit to a navy blazer to a brown tweed sport coat.
Next, Chipp has some classic four-in-hand ties if you want something dressier. Their ancient madders, for example, are designed to be worn in the fall and winter months with textured jackets (think: tweeds, corduroys, and flannels). The ties are made in NYC from the same English silks used by $150+ brands.
Gustin isn’t holding a sale, but their online crowdsourcing business model allows them to offer wholesale-level prices year-round. By producing everything on pre-order and selling directly to customers, they’re able eliminate mark-ups from overstock and middlemen. You can visit them for $81 raw denim jeans, $149 minimalist sneakers, and $69 Japanese oxford shirts.
Lastly, our thanks to Proper Cloth and Private White VC. Proper Cloth’s “free remake” program helps take the anxiety out of online made-to-measure shirts. With every shirt order, they allow one free remake, which lets you adjust the cut (if need be) and better nail the fit. Next, Private White VC is a British outerwear company that champions made-in-UK brands. At the moment, they’re having an end-of-season sale, where you can not only find their outerwear on discount, but also Inis Meain knitwear, Dents gloves, and Cheaney shoes.
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