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About Second Sunday

Based in East Los Angeles, Second Sunday designs clothing for men whose favorite fashion statement is understatement. Second Sunday’s collection of washed-out graphic T-shirts, classic long-sleeve button-downs, distressed cotton jeans, and other essential apparel will help you feel right at home whether you’re attending an indie rock concert or spending a few hours at your favorite downtown bar. Raw edge collars and hems, distressed shredding, shoulder epaulets, three-dimensional graphics (created with a patented printing process), and other one-of-a-kind details give the brand's T-shirts, plaid button-downs, zip-up hoodies, and cardigans a contemporary, slightly industrial look. Can’t get enough Second Sunday? Label founder Brady James Huff and his crew also design Rehab by Second Sunday, a comfort collection that includes even more tees as well as fleece trousers, cargo shorts and sweaters.

Past Sales Featuring Second Sunday

Sale Ended February 03, 2014

Knits: $29 and Under

Lounge in style with this assortment of knitwear. Featuring a whole host of solid-colored and striped tees, tanks, and more, there are plenty of options to update your off-duty gear this season.

Sale Ended February 15, 2014

Graphic Tees ft. Sportiqe

Looking for that perfect novelty tee that'll speak volumes about your personality? Or maybe you're such a fan of beer, you've gotta proclaim it to the world on your chest. If you've said yes to either of the above, this sale is most definitely for you.

Sale Ended May 03, 2014

Tees Under $20

Give the plain white tees a rest and spruce up your off-duty gear with a slew of graphic tees from brands like Lightning Bolt, Fred Perry, and more.

Sale Ended March 27, 2014

Graphic Tees

Give the white tees a rest this summer and spruce up your off-duty gear with a slew of graphic T-shirts and tank tops. Featuring brands like Billionaire Boys Club, 7 for All Mankind, and Black Apple, this sale will ensure your casual weekend attire never loses a step in a style.