A few tips for the current sales

It is the season for sales, I thought I’d give a few tips for places I tend to browse while mentally squandering the massive inheritance that should be coming any day now from the estate of my unknown uncle in Africa. Seriously though, there are lots of nice things to be had, so if you’re thinking of getting some new stuff, take a look. And pay attention to where I’ve included discount codes.

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End Clothing in Newcastle are reaching the end of the sales and are offering a final discount code for their sales. ALLGONE gives an extra 15% off on their immense range of brands and items. Look out for Nigel Cabourn, Barbour, well almost anything you can think of really. Their range is quite immense.

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Cultizm do a fine range of denim and speciality brands and have a good selection on sale right now. More Hansen, Nigel Cabourn, raw denim, Barbour and curious Japanese brands. 10% discount for new customers.

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Another of the places that offer a more specialised selection of brands is Kafka in Aberdeen. The code PATRONTWENTY gives an extra 20% off sale items. In addition to the stranger brands there is plenty of good Barbour, Gloverall, Universal Works and more to find.

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If you’re after a varied selection of denim and workwear brands like Carhartt and Nudie, Union Clothing, also in Newcastle have up to 70% off on a large selection of items.

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And finally, Superdenim. More Cabourn, more denim, and even Paraboot footwear on sale. Can’t complain about that.

Toast also have some decent tweed and corduroy bits at decent prices in their sale right now.

What did I miss out on? Oh, I do have a few bits and pieces for sale myself, on my For Sale page…

3 Responses to “A few tips for the current sales”

    • Well Dressed Dad

      A nice jacket indeed! And a great, and let’s face it, more realistic, price for a quality jacket. Happy to have “assisted” you in your purchase 😉

      Reply
      • davehewitt

        I find it hard to take the original RRP seriously. End of season sale, then discount code and then VAT off is the only way to go 🙂 (I’m Scottish, in case you didn’t guess!)

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