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all of the deals.

Here is a fairly comprehensive list of fashion bargains for black friday. Luckily, a majority of these deals can be taken advantage of from the comfort of your bed via online shopping instead of fighting through fools in stores. you're welcome. 

Aether: 15% off orders over $500. (11/27 - 11/30)

Aldo: 20% off full price styles. (Starting 6 PM PST on 11/26 through 11 AM PST on 11/27)

Alternative: 40% off sitewide. (11/27)

American Apparel: An additional 50% off items already 50% off. (11/27 - 11/29)

Apolis: 20% off sitewide, plus free market bag with purchases over $300, online and in store. (11/27 - 11/30)

Armani Exchange: Up to 50% off storewide. (11/27)

Baracuta: 30% off select items. (11/27 - 11/30)

Barneys: 40% off fall collections. (Ongoing)

Battenwear: 15% off sale items online 11/27-11/30, 20% off in-store purchases 11/27 & 11/28.

Baxter of California: 25% off sitewide. (11/23 - 11/30)

Belstaff: 40% off fall collections, in store only. (11/27 - 11/30)

Billy Reid: 25% off full-priced items, in store and online. (11/27)

Birchbox: 25% off your order of $35 or more with code BIGDEAL (11/27)

Cambridge Satchel Company: 40% off select fall styles. (11/27 - 11/30)

Carson Street Clothiers: up to 40% off select fall styles. 

Charlie by Matthew Zink: Spend over $100, get 20% off, spend over $200, get 25% off, up to 40% off. (through 11/30)

Cole Haan: 40% off in store and online. (11/27)

COS: 20% off all sweaters (11/26 - 11/29 online, in store starting 11/27). 

Dr. Martens: But one, get one 50% off on most seasonal styles. (11/27)

East Dane: Spend $250, take 15% off, spend $500, take 20% off, and take 25% off orders of $1,000 or more with code GOBIG15. (11/24 - 11/30)

Ernest Alexander: 30% off, in-store purchases only (11/27 - 11/29)

Filene's BasementBand of Outsiders is back, at 50% off original prices (11/27). Take and extra 25% off 11-28-11/30.

Flight001: Spend $75, get 40% off in store and online. (11/27 - 11/29)

Florsheim: 20% off sitewide with code TGIVING15. (11/26 & 11/27)

Freemans Sporting Club: 25% off online and in-store purchases. (11/27)

Gap: 50% off everything with code EARLY (11/25 - 11/28)

Gentry: 15 - 35% off in store and online (11/27)

Havaianas: Extra 20% off already-reduced styles. (through 11/30)

Hickoree's & The Hill-Side: 25% off online. (11/26 - 11/30) 25% off in store plus a free souvenir bandana with any in-store purchase over $200. (11/27 - 11/29)

Hook & Albert: 50% off bundles of two or more products (11/27). 40% off all sale merchandise, plus free shipping *(11/28 & 11/29)**

Indochino: Save up to 70% off in store and online. (through 12/2)

J.Crew: 30% off your entire purchase, plus an extra 40% off sale styles with code HOLIDAY. (11/25 - 11/29)

Joe Fresh: 30% off all sweaters and puffer jackets for $19 (regularly $49). (11/27 - 11/29)

Kenneth Cole: 30% off in-store purchases (11/27 - 11/30). 50% off and free shipping online on 11/27, 40% off sitewide 11/28 & 11/29

Levi's: 40% off all purchases, online and in store. (11/26 - 11/30)

Lotuff: Free accessory ($195 value) with the purchase of any bag over $680. Free monogramming with code MONOGRAMIT. (11/26 - 11/30)

Mackage: $50 off full price merchandise with code STEAL50 (11/27). Up to 50% select styles in store and online. (Ongoing)

Mavi: 30% off sitewide. (11/27 - 11/29)

Naadam: 30% off sitewide with code BFCM30. (through 11/30)

Need Supply: 25% off sale items with code FRIDAY25 (11/27)

Nick Graham: 30% off sitewide with code THANKS. (11/25 - 11/30)

New Balance: 20% off in store​ and 15% off, plus free shipping, online. (11/27)

Noah Waxman: 30% off fall styles. (11/27)

Old Navy: 50% off everything. (11/26 & 11/27)

Onia: 60% off sale items, starting 9 AM on 11/27

Original Penguin: 40 - 60% off full-price items. (11/27)

Palladium: 30% to 100% off (yes, you read right) with e-mail scratch-off promotion. (11/27 - 11/30)

Parabellum: Spend $100, take 10% off, spend $300, take 20% off, and take 30% off orders of $500 or more. (11/27)

Penfield: 20% off sitewide. (11/27 - 11/30)

Puma: Up to 30% off select items, plus an additional 30% off your purchase. (11/27 - 11/30)

Richer Poorer: 40% off sitewide. (11/27 - 11/30)

Sandro: Take 20% your purchase with code GIVETHX. (11-27 - 11/30)

Slate & Stone: Save $30 when you spend $100 with code SSFRIDAY30, save $100 when you spend $300 with code SSFRIDAY100, and $200 off orders of $500 or more with code SSFRIDAY200. (11/27)

Spiewak 1904: 30% off select items. (11/27 - 11/30)

Stetson: 25% off sitewide with code turkey25. (11/26 - 11/30)

Steven Alan: Up to 40% off online and in stores, plus free shipping. (11/27)

Steven Alan Optical: 25% off all eyeglasses and sunglasses plus free shipping. (11/27 - 11/30)

Sunspel: 20% off apparel and accessories, plus free shipping. (11/26 - 11/30)

Tavik: 40% off sitewide, plus free shipping. (11/25 - 11/30)

The Tie Bar: Free socks with every $60 purchase with code GETFESTIVE (11/27), plus free standard shipping on orders over $25. (11/27 - 11/29)

Topman: Up to 50% select merchandise, in store only. (11/26 - 11/30)

TRNK: 15% off all orders over $200 with code FRIDAY15, plus up to 40% off select items. (11/24 - 11/30)

Urban Outfitters: 30% off sale items and special deals on sweaters ($39), flannels ($29), and tees ($19). (11/27)

Uniqlo: Everything in store will be priced under $50, with the exception of some outerwear. (11/27)

Whistles: 30% off your purchase. (11/27 - 11/30)

Will Leather Goods: Spend $100, take 15% off, spend $250, take 20% off, and take 25% off orders of $500 or more. (in store only 11/27, online 11/28 - 11/30)

- james


we, at dripcult, enjoy looking dapper as fuh. It's just a fact. And you've heard us say it over and over, that the key to taking your look to the next level is the fine details. That is, once you've covered the basics of course. Get a suit that fits. Get it tailored. Get a tailored white shirt to go with it. Find the right tie for your suit color. Then, add a tie bar and boom, you've significantly improved your look. 

Currently our favorite tie bars come from the etsy wizard BellaMantra

Take a gander at what she has to offer:

Stop by BellaMantras online shop and grab a tie bar from one of a billion options. I mean, at around $22, you can get some christmas shopping done at the same time.


- dripcult


adidas heritage reborn.

adidas is re-designing some of its most classic looks with its newest technology for the end of FY2015. The collection will be released into four different lines : ”Xeno,” “Athleisure,” “Primeknit,” and “#/3F15,” each with its own release date: the #/3F15 up first on November 28, followed by the Xeno pack hitting stores on December 5. The Athleisure pack releases on both December 19 and January 16 for the release of the Primeknit pack.

Each line will include a combination of sneaker looks as well as new apparel following the same idea: classic meets modern technology and innovation.

Check out some shots direct from the lookbook below:


Adidas has been really good lately about creating looks that are both functional and fashionable. I've always been a loyal nike guy but it might be time to try this adidas thing.


- james


friday feelz.

Skrillex + Diplo + Justin Bieber - where are you now 

The weekend + Eminem - the hills (remix)

rich homie quan - type of way

j.cole - g.o.m.d.


A$ap rocky + rod stewart +miguel + mark ronson - everyday

lil dicky - save dat money

- dripcult


every bond watch.

James Bond has got to be one of the most stylish men on the planet. Yes, he's a fictional character, but the dude still knows how to be dressed by a team of professional tailors and designers amirite?

One of the most famous bond accessories, aside from the car, and the gun, and the babe on his arm, is the watch. So, for your viewing pleasure, and that random part of your brain that retains trivial knowledge, here is every watch ever worn by james bond:


- james


yeezy boost 350 moonrock.

the newest colorway in the yeezy line of adidas boost trainers has been announced: moonrock

So, I guess, add them to your collection of extremely overpriced footwear that will get dirty and end up in the bottom of a closet somewhere as soon as they go out of style... 'cause that seems to be a thing.


- james


FOG x pacsun.

for those of us who like fear of god streetwear, but don't want to drop $150 on a t-shirt or $800 on jeans, the recently announced collaboration with pacsun might be the answer to our prayers. 

Yes, I realize your hesitation in believing that anything good can come out of a pacsun store because generally, they tend to sell garbage. More specifically--wearable cotton-based garbage. And since they haven't released the lookbook for this collaboration line, there's still a really good chance they could screw it up. Until that happens, however, let's try to be a little optimistic. a sneak preview from Jerry Lorenzo himself:

the real question is, will this move ruin fog for those of us who've actually heard about it before this collaboration? pacsun certainly seems to attract a certain kind of customer--usually the kinds of dudes that only talk about raging super hard at fraternity parties, and asking you if you even lift, bro, and the final score of that sportball match that went into quadruple overtime.

my favorite comment from the reddit thread on the topic thus far: " that kid that made fun of my elongated tee is wearing it and he just stole that girl that friend zoned me in the 6th grade."

but hey, here's to hoping this isn't a huge mistake. I think this move comes from good intentions on lorenzo's part, so I'm really hoping it works out for the best. From Lorenzo:

"…oh and to the high school kid who left that comment 42 weeks ago… sorry for taking so long to get back to you bro. just been busy man… you know this clothing game isn’t as easy as it may seem… the costs, resources, materials… labor, etc… it adds up. making and constructing luxury level items really isn’t inexpensive… so i apologize that the price tag has been too steep for you… anyhow, i hope your misconception or lack of understanding never clouded your thoughts or perspective on my intention… i’m still learning, building a better team and i figured some things out man… found a way to give you what you asked for, and still have some cash left to take that girl out you were talking about… hope you guys are still goin’ strong… anyhow, this is for you my man. i hope you like it… peace."


- James



palladium backway.

check out palladium's web exclusive line of boots: the backway clp h.  

I know, it's not the most creative name they could've come up with.

I love the workboot feel that these have. That slanted wedge sole and an almost nike free-esque segmentation for additional comfort, felexibility and range of motion are killer. Plus, as with all palladium boots, they're going to be extremely durable, and super lightweight for a boot.

stop by palladium's website for more info and grab a pair.


- James



knickerbocker mfg. holy crap. 

everything about these guys breathes quality and american style.

from the kmfg official website: 

"Knickerbocker is an American manufacturing company based in New York City. We began with taking over a sixty year old

manufacturing company on its way out of business. We revitalized our now current place of business but never lost appreciation for what came before us in this space; well crafted quality goods made right here in New York City.  Those products, which came before us, stood the test of time and we have built our business on this principle.

Our key to success is keeping a small, tight-knit group of skilled craftsman at the ready.  Our master hatter, Felix Pantaleon, has been making hats for more than 30 years and takes great pride in ensuring that each person who touches your cap has a solid working knowledge of production on every level.

Our goal is to recreate the American manufacturing model by combining techniques, machinery and technology of both new & old to re-invent the process. The future is bright, we thank you for your support and look forward to achieving this with you. "

And yes, not only are their videos, blog, and instagram impressive, their clothing and top notch as well.



Check out their website to learn more about them here


- James


topman distressed denim.

Distressed/deconstructed/ripped denim is trending pretty hard right now. And while yes, you can absolutely attempt to rip your own jeans to add that extra level of legitness and authenticity to your look, is sitting in your living room with scissors and sandpaper, and going to to town on some denim really any better than just buying a pair of jeans that someone has already deconstructed for you? I mean unless you're ripping holes in your jeans from natural causes (i.e. street rugby, mountain gymnastics, or urban midget knife fighting), why not just buy a pair that has been deconstructed correctly--to prevent additional fraying and decreasing of fabric integrity?

For around $80, you can pick up a pair from Topman in multiple colors, fits, and fabric compositions.

Stop by the "ripped" section of Topman's website, or check out Nordstrom's selection of Topman denim to try on the different fits before making your selection. 


- James