SALE ENDED ON: April 20, 2014
"Love Thy Neighbor, but for heaven's sake, do not dress like him," jokes Dres Ladro, the noncomformist founder and creative force behind the sporty menswear label Descendant of Thieves. Ladro would rather you fellows dress like he does: in Descendant of Thieves creations like the blue highwayman shirt (a button-down oxford with contrast stitching), the two-tone preppy slub polo, grosgrain belts in eye-popping teal, or the lightweight "exploded" plaid woven shirt; the sizing and fit of the clothes are all carefully coordinated for maximum cool. Based in Berlin, Ladro — his name is a nom de plume, is the Italian word for “thief” — only wears clothing that he designs and constructs himself. Every Descendant of Thieves shirt features quiet detailing such as stitch-through collars, slightly angled pockets, yellow taping under hems and cuffs, and — for a fun twist — hidden messages. Ladro limits the sale of each design to no more than 400 units per style, making your Thieves threads nearly one-of-a-kind. Just keep the equation that the brand applies to everything it makes in mind: Descendant of Thieves = (traditional clothes - Dad) x eccentric artist.
New Descendant of Thieves Sales
Past Sales Featuring Descendant of Thieves
SALE ENDED ON: April 19, 2014
Suiting Under $300Who says you can’t score great tailored looks for under 300 dollars? This selection — with pieces from top names like Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, and Kenneth Cole — is proof that a man can look great on any budget. Whether it’s tan or black, solid or plaid, this selection of suiting is the perfect way fix up, look sharp, and keep a few bucks in your pocket.
SALE ENDED ON: April 14, 2014
Casual FridayGentlemen, for the sake of all that is good in this world, please heed our words: Casual Friday is not the time to bust out your billowy old chinos and a promotional polo shirt. It’s the time to show the workplace what you’re really made of—in a sartorial sense, of course. Get all the gear you need right in this sale including slim-cut chinos, colorful button-ups, and leather sneakers.
SALE ENDED ON: April 13, 2014
The Blazer as OuterwearTransitions between seasons can be tough, sartorially speaking. The key? Having light layers at the ready. We’ve pulled together everything you need to stay warm for those weeks when it’s too warm for an overcoat and too chilly to do without a jacket entirely. The all-star here? Blazers that work equally well indoors and out.
SALE ENDED ON: April 10, 2014
Polos & ShortsThe great thing about polos? You can wear them under sport coats, over jeans, with tailored pants and with shorts. Even better, they'll never go out of style (note: not a legal guarantee, but we're pretty certain). Here we've put together a greatest hits collection of polos and shorts from some of our favorite designers, including — but not limited to — Fred Perry, Gant Rugger, and Brooks Brothers.
SALE ENDED ON: April 4, 2014