LUST WORTHY LABELS AT LOW PRICES
This week SalesGossip has delved into the world of designer labels for men so you can get all those lust-worthy labels for less.
So whether you want a Fred Perry Shirt, some Armani Jeans or a pair of Ben Sherman shoes, SalesGossip have got your list of most covetable items covered.
After all, who needs to wait for sample sales when there’s amazing sales like this taking place?
House of Fraser
If you’re looking to fill your wardrobe with big brand names and luxury labels then the House of Fraser sale is definitely the place for you.
Find up to 50% off shirts, suits, shorts and jeans by the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Fred Perry, Ralph Lauren, Farah, Armani, Diesel, G Star and Lacoste as well as many, many more.
We suggest taking a look today before all the very best buys are gone!
Everyone loves a pair of Levi’s and now you can get yourself the perfect pair for up to 50% less. Their classic cuts and timeless shapes are an endless style staple that will never go out of fashion.
So check out the Levi’s sale today, because we’re sure that if you don’t get it, you’ll regret it!
As the Mod Father of fashion, Ben Sherman is the place to go if you’re looking for clothing that oozes cool. What’s more they’re offering up to 60% off in their sale which means you can get all the polos, blazers, shirts, trousers and shoes you’ll ever need for a whole lot less.
Although, we suggest checking it out today before it’s all over!
Lyle & Scott
If you’re looking for fine knits, classic polos and timless shirts then we suggest that you head to the Lyle & Scott sale now. With big reductions on a range of clothing and accessories and an extra discount code for shirts and tops in particular we promise you’ll be spoilt for choice.
And finally, our last amazing recommendation of the week is the Paul Smith sale. Jam packed with colour pop jackets, leather holdalls, shirts, suits, shoes and jackets.
We can be sure that you will find something you’ll love for less. So give the Paul Smith sale a visit today, it is certainly worth it!
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