They had an earlier discount going round, but now the proper End Clothing Sale is now on, promising up to 60 per cent off.
Of course, that’s really dependent on what you want. Some items will have the full discount, a number will not – and some things will not be in the sale at all. As ever, it’s about digging in there and finding something before someone else does.
There are, as I write, 13,990 items in the End Clothing Sale, taking in most of the labels you probably have an interest in. The End Clothing Sale is always the big one for me. This is where you can stock up for months ahead.
As for the labels in here, they include APC, Adidas, Albam, Armor-Lux, Astorflex, Baracuta, Battenwear, Beams Plus, Belstaff, Churchs, Clarks Originals, Dr Martens, Edwin, Filson, Fjallraven, Fred Perry (Authentic and Laurel Wreath), Gant, Gitman Vintage, Grenson, Lacoste, Levi’s Vintage, Mackintosh, Nigel Cabourn, Novesta, Oliver Spencer, Sperry Topside and Stan Ray to name just a few. A lot of labels and a lot of stock. But note it isn’t all stock from those labels and this isn’t quite as big as the post-Christmas clearout.
I’ll show a few things that you might be interested in, but do have a look yourself.
Fred Perry is well discounted, with most things at between 30 and 35 per cent. So if you want a slim-fit polo shirt, they are down from £59 to £39 and a Fred Perry Reissues Made in England Harrington Jacket is down from £199 to £129 as a couple of examples.
Further down the page, a Battenwear Packable Anorak is down from £265 to £169, a Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1950s Sportswear Tee is down from £55 to £39, an Armor-Lux Long Sleeve Breton top is down from £45 to £29 (pretty much all the Armor-Lux range including its smocks is discounted) and the Maison Kitsuné Tricolour Fox Windbreaker is down from £215 to £139.
Just a taster. You can see everything at the End Clothing Sale website.