Head off to your much deserved vacation in style and a wallet still full for great experiences. J.Crew has double-downed on their sale section that we posted picks from earlier this week, increasing the discount on some items and adding new styles to the clearance rack.
This handsome natural white chore coat? Ten bucks cheaper than when we featured it.
Use code BESTSALE at checkout, and filter the sale results by your sizes to see everything that's available to you. Most of these items are final sale, so this is best for guys who know their sizes or are pretty consistent in general.
Pack your bags boys, summer is here.
Wallace & Barnes duck canvas utility chore jacket
Chore coats are a simple, functional light outerwear option more guys should take advantage of. They're generally unlined, have an easy-to-wear relaxed fit and, like this one, made of a lighter material than a Levi's Trucker.
Short-sleeve beach terry camp-collar shirt in stripe
For as simple and classic as this shirt seems, it sure has a lot of details going for it. Not only is it a short sleeve camp collar, perfect for that idealized summer style that no one will confuse for business casual, it's made of terry cloth just like luxury towels. So whether you're enjoying a drink by the pool while you're drying off, or trying to stay dry in the sun, this classic stripe shirt will keep you looking intentional.
6″ dock short in indigo check
For years, it seemd like men had two options for shorts: heavy chino shorts or pull-on swim trunks. Fortunately, over the past 10 years or so the draw string “dock short” has become readily available in a variety of fabrics, colors, and patterns. The balanced in-between for those vacation days where you're out and about.
If you're like me, you don't wear sandals very often. But, when in Rome – or on vacation – it's not only functional, it's customary. And you're also probably not a fan of cheap plastic jobbies, but can't justify spending $80 on leather sandals used only when you're near sand or water. The answer? Scoop them up when you find them on deep discount.
Horn-rimmed sunglasses have been sharp style since the 1950s. For the man who can't choose between acetate Wayfarers and metal aviators we say: Why not both?