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Spier & MacKay Black Friday Sale Picks

Many stores are beginning their Black Friday sales, including one of my favorites, Spier & MacKay, which is and offering 20% off store-wide with the code BF2019 (now CM2019 for Cyber Monday). The sale is active now and runs through 1159 EST on December 3rd.

The shop is a veritable treasure trove, but I've highlighted some of my favorites below. I tried to pick pieces that still had a variety of sizes left, but you can find other great pieces that have somewhat spottier sizing. To go to the page for each piece, just click on its picture.

( I earn a commission from some of the retailers I feature through the purchases you make. This helps me keep this site--and my menswear addiction--going strong! Many thanks if you choose to support this site!)

With New Year's Eve just around the corner, it makes sense to be thinking about black tie attire. I've always advocated for guys to buy a tux instead of renting, which is far cheaper in the long run and will have you better dressed than all the renters. I've been impressed with S&M's tux line-up so far and either of these two will leave you elegantly attired.

I normally think of Spier & MacKay more as a place for sport coats than suits, but this micro houndstooth three-piece has me dreaming.

On the subject of sport coats, these four are all excellent. All in the excellent Napolitan cut, the first two are traditional flannel sport coats in navy and gray from Vitale Barberis Canonico, and the latter two are in fun and classic fall fabrics from Drago. I own the emerald green herringbone and I've really enjoyed wearing it so far.

Happy shopping! And as always, just send me a DM or email if you need help with sizing, as I'm more than willing to help.

About The Author

David lives and works in Washington, D.C. Like many men, his passion for classic menswear began at work, but it was soon obvious few others viewed tailoring as anything other than an unfortunate necessity. So he turned to the online classic menswear community and found a vibrant community of fellow enthusiasts around the world. He hopes this blog can provide others with just a small bit of inspiration on their own sartorial journeys.


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