Get Deep Discounts on Taylor Stitch’s Devilishly Handsome Outerwear
Taylor Stitch is expensive for all the right reasons. Each garment from the NorCal-based men’s shop is limited to small batches and constructed from top-line materials. Think steerhide, weatherproof suede, Cone Mills denim and beeswaxed cotton.
But all that quality means hefty price-tags; window-shopping their site damn near torturous. Which is why we’re so pumped about their current, rare Last Call sale. Built primarily on last year’s styles (considering how timeless TS duds are, not too relevant), there’s a bevy of jeans, flannels and henleys to be had here, provided you can find your size. We recommend going with one of their transitional jackets, though, which are discounted by up to $120, and well-stocked in the S-XL department. Our three favorites are below.
The Coit Jacket in Blackwatch Wool
The Primrose Jacket in Charcoal
The Truckee Jacket in Moss
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