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About johnnie-O

Southern California-based casual clothing line johnnie-O debuted in 2004, not long after founder and head designer John O’Donnell (brother to actor Chris) helped a friend with a personal apparel project. What started as a hobby quickly took off: O’Donnell recognized a business opportunity, and produced a small run of laid-back polo shirts for his friends to wear on a golf trip. The shirts were a hit, and O’Donnell launched johnnie-O. Now a full-fledged clothing brand for adults and kids, johnnie-O designs women’s dresses, men’s striped neck ties, children’s T-shirts, and much more — all featuring the line’s signature “West Coast prep” vibe.

Past Sales Featuring johnnie-O

Sale Ended November 08, 2011

Fine Finishes: Great Deals on Cufflinks, Wallets, Belts & More - 11/5/2011

They say the devil is in the details. And it’s true—nothing elevates your style quite like the right accessories. Which is why we’ve pulled together this massive collection of socks, belts, cufflinks, neckwear, and much more to put that perfect final touch on your outfit. Get moving, and give the devil his due.

Sale Ended August 22, 2011

Best Bets Under $50

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.

Sale Ended July 10, 2011


It’s hot. And guess what? You still have to wear a shirt. But worry not, because despite the heat, you can stay cool (and stylish) during the workweek and beyond. Just throw on a good polo—any of the picks in this sale will work admirably, since they’re all in your size—and you’re good to go.

Sale Ended June 06, 2011


Once in a great while, we wind up with a few items that don’t find their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But no need to worry: There’s a silver lining. Now we’re offering them to you—at steeper-than-ever discounts—so we can make way for new gear. There are only a few of each item left, so you’d better move fast.