How To: Shop the Men’s Sale

How should you shop our ongoing men’s sale, where drastic, half-off discounts abound? It’s about looking past the racks on racks on racks–and seeing what’s really present. At our flagship store, a salesperson advised a deep dive for AG denim: “It’s there if you look. It only goes on sale a few times per year, if that.”

Rare gems with commentary from a recent walk-through:

See? #Racks.

But once inside those racks? Remember the name(s) Shipley & Halmos. These pants could be your new daily drivers.

Not sweatshirt cuffs, jack: those are Zanerobe joggers. Related: three ways to wear jogger pants.

Some items, like this Kitsuné T-shirt are available only in stores–one more reason to go explore.

Look for updated staples like this quilted Descendant of Thieves sweatshirt.

Also, transitional garments–those that will take you from winter into spring–like this New England Shirt Company shirt jacket.

Aspesi shirt jacket, another fine example of the shirt-jacket form.

G-Star Raw jacket with ripstop fabric and military appeal.

There’s some choice Todd Snyder on that rack of dress shirts. You just have to get in there.

Calibrate tie | 1901 tie

Cabin in the woods and loyal dog not included with this classic Pendleton jacket.

North Face jacket with its texture game proper.

The label on this Air Force Schott NYC jacket says “Jacket, Flying, Man’s” but might as well say “fly man’s.”

Dig the sunset/sunrise colors in this fuzzy, pixelated New Era five panel hat.

Cole Haan slip-ons mix fluidly into that military aesthetic.

Nike running shoes for entering the post-holiday season on a healthy foot.

Let the mustard color of these Nike Flyknits sing–wear with anything dark, light, or textured.

How ‘Lo can you go? Accessorize with Polo socks & scarves.

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