So a new round up this week from yours truly. I hope you are enjoying the articles from my newly assembled crack writing team?! I have been ploughing on a lot recently trying to get the site as perfect as it can be, although this is my third article this week and it seems I cannot stay away at the moment. For those requesting look books from myself, we will be right back onto it next week I promise, as I work on one over the weekend.
For now though let me take you on a journey around the Internet at all the major men’s fashion stores so you can see what you might of missed this week. There has been an obscene amount of offers this week, just in time for Christmas which is sure to make everyone VERY happy! All Saints have a 20% off sale, MyWardrobe are offering 25% off all their top 100 sellers, Urban Outfitters have a 20% off sale for TODAY ONLY, the look of the season from ASOS and then we have some new releases from Oki-Ni and Coggles.
Again a great week and some real bargains to pick up if you are quick. Perfect for treating yourself this payday or your loved ones this Christmas.
Let’s do this.
Urban Outfitters have followed suit with All Saints and are offering 20% OFF THEIR WHOLE SITE TODAY ONLY (26th November 2009)! You have to use a special code in order to gain your discount but I have obviously included this below. They have some amazing items on there at the moment and some real investment pieces that you can now get for a fraction of the price. I would really recommend splashing out today because with Urban Outfitters these offers DO NOT come round regularly!
So here are some standout items you can pick up today for 20% OFF:
So MyWardrobe have also come out with an AMAZING offer with 25% off 100 men’s essentials. These are their current best sellers and they are all premium designer classics. These are the items that should form the basis of any stylish man’s wardrobe and will last through multiple seasons/years without ever going out of style. Due to the standard of the designer’s on offer you can guarantee that these will be of immense quality and construction. If you want to treat yourself to some true classic fashion items or get your Dad something amazing for Christmas this year then look no further. Some picks for the 100 are below but there is so much more in there so I would recommend taking a look yourself.
ASOS have released their “look of the season” which has been created using some of the best fashion design talent around. It is a very tailored look which would work very well professionally if you have a 9-5. It has been relaxed by adding a light beige trench and the beautiful tan brogues by Trickers. I love the mix of traditional colours with statement pieces, and this outfit has so many great focal points no matter if it is all layered up or stripped down. Take a look at the items you will need below. This is not for the faint hearted though as it would come in around £1,500 all together! However it is littered with classic items that are all very versatile and would be considered investment pieces. You will get a lot of use out of each and every item.
Oki-ni have managed to secure some great new collection releases by TO-ORTIST and Adidas. They have been released over the last week of so and some pieces are really special. To-Ortist are a great underground brand who describe themselves as:
“TO-ORIST (pronounced ‘tourist’) n. 1. A neurotic fixated on exploring uncharted territory whether physically or mentally with no limitation. 2. An object of situation that appears Jarring. 3. SHEER ABNORMALITY”
Their jackets are particularly brilliant this season, and I love the big sweatshirts with animal detailing. Something different for the wardrobe, especially in the winter for standing out on casual days. Take a look at some of the new range below:
They have also managed to get their hands on some limited edition Adidas from the Five-Two 3 collection (a limited edition remix of five classic styles by five city artists). These are highly collectible and they’re not gonna be around for long so don’t wait on this one:
Coggles are one of my favourite online shops. They always have limited edition or sought after pieces from each designer range every season. Even though they sell a mix of commerical and premium brands, you can always count on getting your hands on clothing that other’s will never normally be rocking. They have some amazing new boots in stock at the moment, and I have been told direct from the buyers that these are some of their favourites that they have ever stocked. See below for exactly what I mean:
They also have some brilliant new jeans in from a couple of brands you may never have heard of before… Natural Selection and Edwin Vintage Collection. These are two QUALITY jeans makers who produce some brilliant styles season after season. These two brands along with PRPS are definitely my favourite right now and they are well worth the investment for how much use you will get out of them. You should never skimp on jeans, as quality always shines through. Really loving the braces pair below right now:
The Sale is still going really strong and there are a lot of sizes left in most of the new arrivals and what I consider to be the picks of the range. Unfortunate that they had none of the leather jackets or footwear on offer because that would definitely have been right up my street! I have spent £300 there the last few days picking up some basics and also a couple of items I had my eye on. If I were you I would treat myself this pay day and grab what you need to tide you through these next few winter months! All these offers are making me slightly giddy and I really have to be careful not to spend all my cash today. If you have a girlfriend or partner, now would also be a great time to pick up some items for a Christmas present as I LOVE the girls range as well:
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