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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 March 16, 2011

Sunday Night Steals

It’s Sunday night. The weekend is nearly over, and you’ve got to head back to work tomorrow morning. But don’t despair! We’ve got a selection of top-notch gear at massive markdowns to bring a little bit of joy to your evening. Scoop up a steal now and start your week off right.

Sale Ended March 21, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. From footwear to shirting to accessories, we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended February 16, 2011

B.D. Baggies

Since the ‘80s, B.D. Baggies has given guys prized pre-washed button-downs that feel like they’ve been worn in for years. Check out our selection of the label’s slim, modern looks, from classic chambrays and oxfords to madras prints to an eye-catching black-watch plaid.

Sale Ended February 12, 2011

Shirts, Shirts, Shirts!

You don't need a special reason to pull together a natty ensemble, but you do need to have the proper shirt. Our massive sale has hundreds of button-downs by the likes of Seize Sur Vingt, Steven Alan, and GANT. So rest assured: You'll be covered no matter what the occasion—or lack thereof.