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About B.D. Baggies

Founded in 1919, B.D. Baggies first won renown for its chamois-soft, pre-washed men’s dress shirts. In 2010, label owner W.P. Lavori — the Italian firm responsible for bringing Americana auteurs Daiki Suzuki and Mark McNairy to Woolrich Woolen Mills — relaunched B.D. Baggies with a collection headed up by lead designer/creative director David Mullen, formerly of the cult menswear label Save Khaki. Mullen’s sharp take on basics and trim, modern cuts revitalized the label and broadened its fan base. With full lines of clothing for men, women, and kids, B.D. Baggies now offers everything from bright-colored swimwear and sporty jackets to brogue boots and casual halter dresses.

Past Sales Featuring B.D. Baggies

Sale Ended September 06, 2011

Labor Day Sale

This sale's got everything a guy could need for the Labor Day holiday—on the sartorial front, at least. Hitting the beach? We’ve got trunks for the daytime and easygoing sweaters for the evening chill. Staying dry? Smart trousers and button-downs should do the trick. Just remember: Burgers and drinks are up to you.

Sale Ended November 28, 2011

Shirts & Sweaters Under $75

Whether you’re in the market for a bold, paisley print dress shirt, a crisp button-front for that next big meeting, or just a Henley to hang out in, we’ve got you covered in this sale. And we’ve got a whole selection of sweaters and sweatshirts to keep you warm, too. All for less than $75. Not bad, if we don’t say so ourselves.

Sale Ended August 13, 2011

Summer Style Guide

Guys, allow us to present the one-stop shop for all your warm-weather needs. This collection has everything from ties to trousers to trunks to keep you looking stylish through the dog days of summer. So whether you're building out a whole wardrobe, or grabbing that one piece you're missing, we've got you covered.

Sale Ended April 23, 2013

Wedding Essentials: Daytime Style

Daytime weddings are traditionally more casual than their evening counterparts, but casual is very much a relative term. Unless specifically advised otherwise, a wedding requires a sharp tailored look, and here you’ll find everything you need, from sharp suits and separates to shirts, footwear and colorful accessories, you need to dress the part.