SALE ENDED ON: January 3, 2012
When Nicholas Charles Tyrwhitt Wheeler founded Charles Tyrwhitt (pronounced "tirrit") in 1986, he set out to create the best men’s shirt on the market. Since then Tyrwhitt’s London-based label has evolved into a full-fledged men’s clothing line featuring everything from dress and casual shirts to tailored suits, colorful pocket squares, and fine leather shoes. Charles Tyrwhitt also offers a tightly edited collection of women’s button-downs, boating jerseys and other versatile tops. The brand's slim-fit shirts are marked by traditional spread collars and double-button barrel cuffs, while its silk hound's tooth ties are offered in bright, punchy takes on standbys like the club stripe or gingham check. Perfect for a night out in the Old Smoke, or somewhere else closer to home.
Past Sales Featuring Charles Tyrwhitt
SALE ENDED ON: December 16, 2011
Final Few: Up to 70% OffOnce in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.
SALE ENDED ON: June 29, 2011
Red, White, and Blue: Independence Day StyleWe’re all for patriotism, especially around the Fourth of July, but that “These Colors Don’t Run” American-flag shirt that you bought from a street vendor isn’t exactly the height of style. Fix up your red, white, and blue game here with a slew of picks that run the gamut from shoelaces to swim trunks to a three-piece luggage set.
SALE ENDED ON: June 1, 2011
Charles TyrwhittAdd a bit of classic British style to your repertoire with this collection of shirting and neckwear from Jermyn Street’s own Charles Tyrwhitt. Slim fits shirts are marked by traditional spread collars and double-button barrel cuffs, while neckties are offered in bright, punchy takes on standbys like the club stripe or gingham check. Perfect for a night out in The Old Smoke—or somewhere a little closer to home.
SALE ENDED ON: March 18, 2011