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About Threads 4 Thought

Threads 4 Thought designs clothing meant to inspire fashionistas to treat the planet with kindness. Founded in 2001 by Eric and Leigh Fleet, this sustainable apparel label has aligned with the nonprofit International Rescue Committee and the Natural Resources Defense Council to promote its humanitarian and eco-friendly principles. Constructed from sustainable materials such as recycled polyester and organic cotton, Threads 4 Thought’s men’s shirt jackets, colorblock Henley and striped hoodie sweatshirts, and relaxed chino pants possess a slight streetwear vibe. The brand’s line for women includes printed leggings, T-shirts and maxi skirts marked by ultra-feminine silhouettes. Saving the planet never looked so good.

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Sale Ended October 07, 2013

Tees & Henleys Under $30

Give the ragged old tees in your drawer a rest and spruce up your off-duty gear with this massive selection of t-shirts and henleys from brands like York St. by J. Press, American Apparel, Gilded Age, and more. Whether you opt for a camo-print tee or a solid henley, this sale will ensure your casual attire stays up to date — without breaking the bank.

Sale Ended April 29, 2014

100 Casual Essentials

Want to punch up your style this spring? Start with this assortment of stylishly casual gear. From trousers to sport shirts to sharp jackets and more, it’s everything you need to be the best-dressed guy at the office, or on the weekend.

Sale Ended August 07, 2014

Print It Out

Embrace the season's most eye-catching trend with this stylish assortment of shorts, shirts, trunks, and more. Shop the look in this sale, from Burkman Bros, Reyn Spooner, John Varvatos, and more.

Sale Ended August 03, 2014

Tees & Tanks: Up to 70% Off

Keep it cool with warm-weather must-haves from BLK DNM, WeSC, Alternative, and more.

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