I’m happy to admit I took full advantage of the Ledbury Sale. TONS of great shirts at very attractive prices. These investments are paying dividends…
This weekend is the intersection of some serious ‘Wrinkle in Time’ stuff: College Football season kicks off, a three day weekend, and the Labor Day sales that go with it. Labor Day is observed in honor of all the workers, so take advantage of all three this big weekend.
There is a serious dollar-value shift in the consumers favor this weekend, and we here at Red Clay Soul want to help. Here’s what’s going on this weekend:
Neiman Marcus Last Call – Up to 75% off EVERYTHING. Save this one to your bookmarks. My pick: Cole Haan Double Monks for $134(!)
Banana Republic – 40% off your entire purchase. Before you roll your eyes, check out what BR has been doing lately. My pick: Quilted Jacket
Martin Dingman – up to 50% off selected merchandise – insanely good deals. Too many to pick from, but I really like the Rudyard Waxed Canvas Duffle (for $199(!))
Lumina Clothing – Killing it up in North Carolina… Check out the new additions to the sale section. My pick: The Banks Sweater
REI.com – Huge Labor Day Sale – up to an additional 30% off all sale items. Lots to choose from. My pick: The Patagonia Better Sweater
Huckberry – Free shipping on Labor Day Weekend…and they have an INCREDIBLE sale offer for my pick: Imogene + Willie Denim for HIM AND HER.
Orvis – Extra 25% on everything in the online sale Outlet. My pick: The Bullhide and Canvas Rolling Carry-on Suitcase
What did I miss? Who else is having a big Labor Day sale?
I’ve got a birthday coming up. After 21, they don’t really matter, but I always get the question from my loved ones: “What do you want for your birthday?”. To be honest, I have too much stuff. I’ve moved to the opinion that space in my place is like real estate – with a high value per square foot. What takes up space better be worth it…no squatters.
I don’t really like asking for stuff…but I do have my eye on a few things:
Clockwise from top left:
1. Antique Box: I’ve got a bunch of stuff – watches, collar stays, cufflinks, etc., and I need a place to keep them. Something like this has to be found over at an antique market. The search is the best part.
For all you Yeti Cooler fans out there:
Yeti has just released a series of college logo’ed coolers just in time for college football season. They offer them in three sizes: the Roadie 20, the Tundra 45, and the Tundra 65. Same features as their non-logo’ed coolers, and only available in white. They currently have 28 colleges and universities available. Not a bad move from Yeti…now you can keep your beer on the same ice two weeks in a row…
The wonderful ladies of Southern Proper have moved in to Onward Reserve’s Buckhead store to show off their fall collection. And fine goods they are (more on that tomorrow…). If you are around the Atlanta area, be sure to stop in at Onward Reserve and take a look…and don’t forget to grab a moon pie:
Onward Reserve Buckhead is located at 3072 Early Street NW in Atlanta.
…and non-College Football season is finally over. It’s here, folks. Toe meets rubber this week. We can barely contain ourselves here at Red Clay Soul. Our friends at State Traditions are in the same boat. To celebrate, we want to hook one Red Clay Soul reader up with an awesome heap of State Traditions good from a school of your choice…how does a hat, a visor, a polo, and a belt sound? Good, huh?
Leave a comment to this post with your pick to win the National Championship to enter.
For additional entries:
Entries must be in by midnight ET on Monday, September 1st. I’ll announce the winner on Tuesday, September 2nd around lunchtime, who gets all the State Traditions goods from the school of their choice.
Special thanks to State Traditions for providing the goods for the giveaway…
The Party shirt has gotten a lot of play here at Red Clay Soul. While we haven’t seen that many options released, the good folks at Blankenship Dry Goods have filled the niche with their version: The Ross. They did a great job with the hues; rather than the typical pastels, they used red, white, and blue. Great price point, too:
Get it while the gettin’s good…