Though you might never have heard of Arthur Benjamin Sugarman, you surely recognize Ben Sherman: the name of Sugarman’s iconic mostly-menswear label. Based in the southern seaside city of Brighton, England, Sugarman launched his clothing company in 1963 — the moment when fashion and music converged, and the rocker style was born — with a collection of button-down shirts that quickly caught on with stylish young gents across the UK. Ever since, Ben Sherman has served as the go-to source for well-dressed Anglophiles, post-modern mods, and in-the-know music buffs in Great Britain and beyond. To complement its slim-fitting jeans, jackets, suits, and other men’s essentials, Ben Sherman offers a full range of accessories — including shoes, bags, hats, and neckties. From the popular canvas commuter bag and holdall duffel to suede Aberdeen chukka boots and sporty sneakers, Ben Sherman’s got all the finishing touches for your favorite outfits.
The familiar red-white-and-blue Ben Sherman bullseye lurks in the corner of several messenger bags and backpacks in this sale, but every accessory from the beloved British label is right on target. Black is the predominant color on these belts and bags, as befits the rock-music-loving label, but don’t miss its bright orange take on the Union Jack flag. Rule, Brittania.
At Ben Sherman, the wit is as refined as the style. Dress shirts, accessories, and neckwear embody an Englishman’s sense of humor (or humour, if you like) and obsession with quality. Here you'll find everything from a slew of plaids—in shirts, jackets, and ties—to more muted pieces like solid parkas and trim fleece cardigans.
Our roundup of great picks under $50 is all about elevating your style without devastating your wallet. So whether you're looking to fill a gap in your wardrobe—or to rebuild it entirely—we’ve got what you need to kit yourself out without breaking the bank.
Keep your accessories game tight with our selection of bags and belts. From Belstaff corduroy backpacks to Timbuk2 messenger bags, to belts by Billy Kirk, Property of..., and Trafalgar—it's accents like these that truly make an outfit.