We’re very fortunate to have sponsors as an independent menswear blog, so twice a month, we like to give them a special “thank you.” Our first sponsor this month is Ledbury, a company that specializes in dress shirts, but in the last year or two, has been expanding into sport coats, knitwear, and various accessories. At the moment, they’re having a 40% off sale, which includes a very wide selection of summer shirts (tons of gingham in there) and some fall/ winter knitwear. They also have a Gilt City deal, where you can purchase $200 worth of store credit for $100. Credits can be applied to any full-priced shirt.
Our second sponsor, The Hanger Project, is also having an end-of-the-season sale. Included is a wide selection of Drake’s neckties, Inis Meain sweaters, and some high-end shaving accessories. My favorites? Almost all the Drake’s accessories. Pictured above are some of the ancient madder and solid cashmere neckties, which would go excellently with any fall or winter sport coat or suit (e.g. heavy flannels, rough tweeds, ribbed corduroys). Note, users must be logged into an account in order to view the new pricing and the sale ends tonight (January 1st).
Our third sponsor, Gustin, isn’t having a sale, but that’s because they don’t carry any overstock. They’re an online company that crowdsources various denim and denim-related designs (work shirts, leather belts, sweatshirts, etc). They put up various products on their website, and if items get funded through pre-orders, they’re made and then shipped out. This direct-to-customer, crowdsourcing model is how they’re able to offer things such as American-made jeans – produced from Cone Mills’ raw selvedge denim – for as little as $81.
Finally, our last sponsor is Compass Rose Design, a company that sells unique accessories for both men and women.
Our warmest thanks to all four companies for their support. We genuinely appreciate it.
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