Port Curates: The Best Of The FARFETCH Sale
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With up to 70% off, Port dissects the FARFETCH summer menswear sale to bring you the 19 pieces most worthy of your consideration.
It takes a seasoned shopper to navigate the men’s summer sales effectively. Getting a firm hold on the season can prove a challenge in itself, it’s eternal changeability throwing up all manner of questions on what to wear when 32C days can break into thunderstorms at a moment’s notice. In years gone by, most of us would have blindly added to basket around this time of year with the view to fill our suitcases for an impending jaunt abroad, splashing out on discounted printed Cuban shirts doomed to hang dormant in our wardrobes following a single outing in an Ibizan Garden restaurant. However with holidays on hold, no office in which to don tailoring and weddings still a little wobbly, our wardrobe ambitions are a little murky. That said, if you come armed with a clear idea on what you’re looking for and for what occasion, the men's sales can provide ample opportunity to build a comprehensive capsule that'll keep you well-clothed both now and for the year to come.
The key to smart sale shopping is three-fold. First, begin by choosing your destination wisely. For us, there is no better sale than FARFETCH who has just gone live with over 2,000 esteemed designer items all at up to 70% off.
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Secondly, train your will to be drawn to the timeless rather than the trending. After a year lazily lifting from the top of the pile, we can wholly appreciate the need to rediscover the joy of dressing up – but keep your wits about you. While these bolder, recognisable pieces may have been on your wish list in the months previous, they are now on their way out – it’s exactly why they’re being dangled like the delicious cut-price carrot that they are. Instead, focus your efforts on timeless layering staples, leather accessories and key pieces primed for your return to reality: crisp cotton button-downs, simple yet well-cut tailored trousers, multifarious jackets. Thirdly, think ahead. A little foresight goes a long way with a summer sale, so though you may not get immediate use from a fine mohair knit you’ll be kicking yourself for passing it by come December.
To aid you in your quest for finery at a fair price, we at Port have taken it upon ourselves to refine the myriad of options available at FARFETCH down to just a few choice favourites from designer names including Balenciaga, Maison Margiela, Alexander McQueen and Thom Browne. Discover them below.
A tastefully loud snapshot from this newly-cult brand.
No excuses not to invest in a stalwart shirt from this Japanese favourite.
Laid-back style that's right up your street(wear).
A tailored tour de force in lambskin leather, wool and cotton - with half off its original price.
Streetwear meets smart from Y-3.
Another fruitful sale purchase from Casablanca that'll last into winter and out the other side.
An everyday tailored fit in an elevated in tortora beige - quite simply an essential purchase.
You've earned your stripes - and this striped knitted polo from Maison Margiela looks like the perfect reward.
Missoni, because you might get a holiday yet. And if you don't this will feel timeless with a cropped black trouser.
The perfect chelsea boot for the modern man, from McQueen no less.
With an Italian tailoring tradition spanning over 80 years, Corneliani continues to demonstrate its expertise.
All hail the man bag! Refined in neutral leather from AMIRI.
A summer sale featuring bonafide summer wear? Pass these swimmers up at your peril.
Autumn incoming - for this year and many to come.
Tailoring trends may come and go, but BOSS is forever. A snip at 50% off.
Essential layers from Sunspel - impossible to regret in rich autumnal orange.
The overshirt is going nowhere for 2021.
A luxurious wool and mohair blend - what's knit to love?
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A modern and minimal update on the traditional Derby for the long awaited return to the office, whenever that may be.
June 08 2021 by Camilla