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About Breuer

One of the first names in men's neckwear, Breuer began in 1892 Vienna when Marcus Breuer sold regattas, forerunners of the modern tie. His son Julius went into the family business as did his son Eric who moved the business to France, where it's thrived ever since. Breuer has since expanded its vision from neckware to classically tailored blazers, sweaters and pants, all made with the same high quality fabrics with which the firm began, over a century ago.

Past Sales Featuring Breuer

Sale Ended March 17, 2012

Dress the Part: Corner Office

You’ve got the job; now it’s time to set your sights on that big promotion. And that means dressing with just enough personality to stand out — while maintaining all appropriate professionalism, of course. With the smart suiting, essential accessories, and sleek footwear in this sale, you’ll be comfortably seated in your new office in no time.

Sale Ended April 09, 2012

Designer 101

Call it a primer on the world of the designer label — this massive selection of apparel and more expertly treads the line between everyday wearability and high-design edge. Whether you’re dipping your toe in the water or you know the collections inside and out, you’re sure to uncover that perfect find here.

Sale Ended January 25, 2011

Shop It: Americana

Plaids, tweeds, work boots, and waxwear abound in this massive, Americana-inspired sale. From US labels (Steven Alan, Red Wing) to overseas brands like Dunderdon and Scotch & Soda who just love the look, you’re sure to find something here to help unleash your inner (urban) lumberjack. Be sure to check out Alexander Olch’s wool neckwear and a particularly theme-appropriate buffalo plaid jacket from Woolrich.

Sale Ended September 16, 2013

Pop Of Color

We men don't get too many opportunities to show off our personalities in our wardrobes, so when you do, you may as well go big. This sale features shoes and accessories with a bold pop of color that'll get you noticed wherever you're walking. One caveat: It's a pop of color. Best to wear these guys one at a time.