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About Riviera Club

When it comes to easygoing West Coast style, SoCal-based men’s clothing Riviera Club gets it right every time. Riviera Club launched in 2010 with a line of soft-washed duds tailored to a precise — but not overly tight — fit, and they’ve kept it going strong ever since. The brand’s impeccable quality and eye for casual style has earned its founders – designers Joe Sadler, Derek Buse, and Greg Ullery -- accolades such as a nomination for the <i>GQ</i> New Menswear Designer of the year in 2011. All of Riviera Club’s classic chinos, sweaters and sweatshirts, T-shirts, signature slim-fit French Terry pants, and other wares are made in California.

Past Sales Featuring Riviera Club

Sale Ended September 06, 2011

Labor Day Sale

This sale's got everything a guy could need for the Labor Day holiday—on the sartorial front, at least. Hitting the beach? We’ve got trunks for the daytime and easygoing sweaters for the evening chill. Staying dry? Smart trousers and button-downs should do the trick. Just remember: Burgers and drinks are up to you.

Sale Ended February 28, 2012

Shirt Shop

A sharp shirt is a truly indispensable wardrobe item. But there isn't just one type of sharp shirt. You need something for the office, of course. But you also need a solid selection of off-the-clock options. In this massive sale, we’ve got you covered on all fronts.

Sale Ended August 19, 2012

Casual Cool

Our collection of easygoing essentials has everything you need to look your best when you're taking it easy this summer. Stock up on picks from Woolrich Woolen Mills, Marc by Marc Jacobs, J Brand, and a host of other top labels, and get ready to round out the season in style.

Sale Ended June 29, 2012

Get the Look: Beach Barbecue

We’ve got everything you need for that upcoming seaside celebration in this massive sale — from shorts, shirts, and sneakers to the accessories to round out your look. Take your pick from a slew of top brands; just be careful not to drip mustard on your new gear when you get to the party.