The history of blue jeans begins — and ends, brand loyalists would argue — with Levi’s. In 1873, the U.S. government granted a patent to San Francisco shop owner Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis, a tailor from Reno, Nevada, to make denim work pants strengthened with copper rivets. The two men named their enterprise Levi Strauss & Co., after Strauss’ bustling dry goods store, and launched what became one of the world’s most widely recognized clothing companies. Levi’s Vintage Clothing (LVC) collection retells the iconic label’s history by faithfully replicating 19th- and 20th-century jeans, shirts, jackets, and other workwear separates from original versions stored in the company archives. Whether you prefer button-fly 501s made in the 1940s to their 1960s predecessors, denim jackets from the 1960s to their contemporary counterparts, or striped shirts from the 1880s to striped shirts from the 1980s, Levi’s Vintage has you covered — authentically. Denimheads and historians, this one’s for you.
Whether you’re in the market for a bold, paisley print dress shirt, a crisp button-front for that next big meeting, or just a Henley to hang out in, we’ve got you covered in this sale. And we’ve got a whole selection of sweaters and sweatshirts to keep you warm, too. All for less than $75. Not bad, if we don’t say so ourselves.
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.
It’s Sunday night. The weekend is nearly over. But don’t despair — we’ve got a selection of top-notch gear to bring a little bit of extra joy to your evening. Scoop up a steal now and start your week off right.
You don’t actually have to be tailgating to wear the stylishly easygoing clothing and accessories in this massive game day-themed sale. The perfect hoodie, the perfect pair of jeans or sneakers—these are integral parts of your wardrobe. Then again, if you are tailgating, putting 'em all together certainly wouldn’t hurt matters.