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About Velour

If you like Velour’s subdued take on modern basics, you’ve got founder Per Andersson’s grandmother to thank for it. Back in 1997, Andersson was looking through his grandma’s old clothing shop — in business for 50 years, before it shuttered in the mid-1980s — and decided to take advantage of all the dead stock clothing at his disposal. He and a few friends launched Nostagi, a shop that offered new gear alongside the old. By 2002, Nostalgi’s success had inspired Andersson & Co. to launch their own line of men’s and women’s apparel. Since releasing its first collection in 2005, Velour has grown into a global brand — selling its effortlessly tailored tunics, dresses and other clothes everywhere from Japan and the U.S. to its home base in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Past Sales Featuring Velour

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 December 27, 2013

Chinos & Cords: Up to 80% Off

Go-to pants to get you through the season in style, and without breaking the bank, from our most trusted brands including Gant, Jack Spade, and Theory.

Sale Ended April 08, 2012

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 September 07, 2013

Fall-Ready Outerwear

Fall is coming! The only silver lining to that cloud — you get to wear a functional, lightweight coat that serves dual purposes (keeping you dry and making you look cool). This sale features a whole slew of coats from top brands whether you're looking for a wind-cheater from Brooks Brothers, a puffer vest from Michael Bastian, or something with a bit of understated street-cred, like a J Lindeberg twill coat.

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