Couple of really good Labor Day sales happening this weekend. The first is at Man of the World, where you can take 50% off select items with the checkout code TAKE50. Most of what’s included is home furnishing, but there are also sport coats, dress shirts, and vacation wear. The two stars of the show, however, might be the Edward Green shoes (which come down to about $600 after the discount) and GlobeTrotter luggage (just north of $1,100). Hard to ever find those things on sale – nevermind 50% off.
The other is No Man Walks Alone, who’s having a 20% off sale on all tailored clothing (i.e. suits, sport coats, dress shirts, tailored trousers, and ties). I wrote a post earlier this year about how I think Sartoria Formosa is one of the best values right now in ready-to-wear. Made to bespoke standards and comes in a flattering cut (softly tailored with a little drape in the chest). With the $100 tailoring credit and 20% discount, sport coats start around $1,000, suits $1,500.
The G. Inglese shirts are also some of the best I’ve seen anywhere in terms of value. Not cheap, but they have great collars and an impressive amount of handwork. Rota trousers come with a slim leg line, but medium to high rise (a combination that’s hard to find nowadays in ready-to-wear). I also love Drake’s ties, but was really impressed with Tie Your Tie, Bigi, and Calabrese at the last No Man Walks Alone trunk show.
To get the 20% off discount at No Man Walks Alone, use the checkout code MAKETHEGRADE. It applies to both full-priced and sale items. Just note that already-discounted items will be final sale, whereas full-priced items are returnable.
Note, Greg at No Man Walks Alone is a personal friend and an advertiser on this site, but I’m a genuine fan of his store.