Cheap Monday has perfected the art of designing style-conscious streetwear with a defiantly Scandinavian twist. Launched in 2004, Cheap Monday originally was run out of the Stockholm-area secondhand clothing shops Weekend and Weekday. Owners Örjan Andersson, Adam Friberg, and Lasse Karlsson then decided to create a denim line to complement their stores’ well-curated selection of vintage clothing for men and women. Its first style, “Tight,” sold out in a matter of weeks, and word of the company’s bold designs soon spread beyond Sweden. Within a year, style mavens around the world were rocking Cheap Monday’s tight, fitted jeans — easily identifiable by their eye-catching grinning-skull logo. Since then, Cheap Monday has continued to grow in popularity, and now produces well-cut T-shirts, coats, shoes, and sweaters to wear with its celebrated jeans.
Once in a while, we wind up with some great items that haven't found their way to a good home (read: yours). It’s tragic, we know. But there’s a silver lining — we've put all those stylish pieces in one place for easy browsing (and picking). We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast before we run out.
Pea coats, toggle coats, army parkas, and more ways to fend off the winter chill in style.
If you’re looking for a great deal on some outerwear, you’re in luck. This sale has steals on duffle coats, trenches, varsity jackets, quilted vests, and more from Gant, Schott Bros., G-Star, and more. Don’t sleep on this sale—as a wise man once said, “Winter is coming!”
In case you hadn’t noticed, prints are everywhere these days, from colorful shorts and chinos to classic Aloha shirts. Intrigued, yet uncertain if you can pull off the look? Here’s a bit of advice: If you're going loud up top, go quiet down below. Pair that boldly printed shirt with a subtle pair of pants or shorts. Oh, and here’s a bonus piece of advice: Shop this sale.