The Nordstrom Anniversary is going on now. If you’ve yet to revel in the biggest sale of the year at Nordstrom, you’re missing out on amazing deals sitewide. From menswear to home gear to travel and fitness gear, there’s a bit of everything at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. And it’s all up to 50 percent off.
If you’re in the market for a new suit, Nordstrom has got you covered with hundreds of jackets and pants in all kinds of sizes, colors, and materials. Jeans? Yep. Shoes? Sure. Dress shirts and slacks? By the hundreds. Fitness gear, like sneakers, running shoes, and athleisure? Oh, absolutely. And it’s all marked down. But only through August 4.
And this isn’t all summertime blow-out stuff. Sure, there are plenty of shorts and swimwear, tees, printed button-down shirts, and sandals and such on sale. But right now is also the perfect time to stock up on fall and winter gear and apparel. There’s a variety of jackets, coats, and boots to be had—many at super-severe discounts up to (and beyond) 50 percent.
Need a puffer coat? Plenty are on sale. Jean jackets? How about sweaters and pullovers? You can stock up on those, too, and still have enough left over to pick up some much-needed new luggage.
And if you’re a Big & Tall guy who’s always having trouble finding the right size for you, Nordstrom has nearly 250 items in extra-large sizes on sale right now. From pants and jeans to shirts and suits, Big & Tall men can find the perfect size at Nordstrom.
But you’d better hurry, because the selection of colors, styles, and sizes is going fast. Get over to the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale today and stock up on closet staples—and make sure to pick out something fun and cool, just for you.
With the influx of razor-by-mail companies lately, we keep coming back to Harry’s. We’ve never been disappointed. Harry’s has amazing shave products as well as razors, with low prices and fantastic customer service. And now our favorite men’s care brand has just released a line of hair care and grooming products that are as awesome as their shaving gear: Hair by Harry’s.
2 in 1 Shampoo & Conditioner
Harry’s new 2 in 1 ($ 7) is a quick, nourishing way to clean and condition your hair without stripping it of its natural oils and essences. It lathers up nicely and rinses clean, and then you’re done. No fooling around with a separate bottle of conditioner, no waiting 60 seconds for some magical conditioning effect to take place. That’s it, you’re done.
And it has a pleasant scent that isn’t overly fragrant, with light notes of lavender as well as bracing peppermint, and soothing eucalyptus. It’s great for all hair types, plus it’s paraben-, dye-, and sulfate-free. With enough moisturizing properties to make it okay to use it everyday.
Now you’re ready to move on to another of Harry’s fantastic hair grooming products.
Harry’s Sculpting Gel ($ 8) is perfect for guys who want a light but firm hold on their coif. It locks in any style in any shape, but remains soft and gentle to the touch. Unless, of course, you’re going for a slicker look, in which case you comb it through while your hair is wet.
It won’t fade or flake away light some other gels, and there’s no alcohol—so it won’t dry or damage your hair. And it rinses out clean at the end of the day. Paraben-free, sulfate-free, and never tested on animals, Harry’s Sculpting Gel has a light and refreshing scent, with hints of lemon and fresh herbs. It leaves your hair firmly in place, and won’t come off on your—or anyone else’s—fingers.
For long-haired dudes after a more natural look, Harry’s has something for you as well. For an unruly mane that desires a soft hold and a carefree finish, you need Harry’s Taming Cream ($ 8). It’s lightweight cream that’s ideal for curly, coarse, thick hair, leaving it naturally casual without feeling stiff or sticky.
Best of all, Taming Cream styles, moisturizes, and conditions as well. And to paraphrase an old ad slogan, just a little dab will do. So your hair comes away looking natural and free of harsh chemicals and powerful smells.
This stuff is great for guys who want to look like they put zero effort into their hair. With a matte finish and malleable hold, Harry’s Texturizing Putty ($ 12) delivers subtle definition without stickiness or stiffness. It’s ideal for professionals, guys with short hair who want keep it tidy without looking like they spent more than a few minutes in front of the mirror.
Just rub a dab between your hands to soften it up, then smooth and work it through dry (or towel-dry) hair until you get your desired shape and style. It leaves your hair smelling rich and woodsy, and lets everyone know how you feel about your hair: There are far more important things for a man to worry about.
So if you’re looking for great hair care products from a reliable company, stuff that’s made by guys, for guys, check out Hair by Harry’s hair care products. Pick yourself up some amazing razors while you’re there. And don’t sleep on their awesome shower products.
We’ll tell you something you probably already know: Polo shirts aren’t just a uniform for the golf course. The simple three-button collared shirt is now available in more fabrics, patterns, and styles than ever before, and brands are experimenting with new interpretations of the menswear staple. Whether or not they’ve been in your rotation before, the latest crop of men’s polo shirts are making a strong case for spot in your dresser.
But as you’ll see below, there are lots of great options to choose from. Picking the right polo for you depends on a few different variables, so we reached out to stylists for guidance on what to look for. First off: Make sure you pick one that fits. Size up if the buttons are pulling, says Lisa Cameron, stylist to celebs like Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown, and make sure you have enough length to cover your stomach if you raise your arms up. But don’t go too baggy—a trimmer polo can accentuate your physique. “If you want to make your arms look a bit bigger,” says stylist Patrick Kenger, “find a polo with some ribbing around the end of the sleeves, which will hug your arms and help them ‘fill out’ the shirt sleeve.”
In addition, try to avoid shirts with lots of branding or big logos. “Keep it clean,” Kenger says.
Stylists agree the polo is a versatile shirt, and you can wear it with quite a few different outfits. For starters, try using it as a replacement for your usual T-shirt.
“One of the best ways I’ve heard it put is that a polo is a gentleman’s T-shirt,” explains Kenger. “If you want to bump things up from the usual T-shirt and jeans outfit, then a polo is a great substitute.”
It also looks great with a suit. You can opt for a monochromatic look by matching your polo with the suit’s color, or go for a complementary color scheme, like a navy suit and pink polo, Cameron advises. You can also try pairing a polo with a bomber jacket, or wearing it with a simple pair of chinos and some sneakers.
Feeling inspired? Here are some of the best new polos to mix up your look this season.
‘Memba the Men’s Wearhouse pitchman who had those iconic commercials guaranteeing satisfaction? Well, he’s still makin’ the same promises … almost word-for-word, but for his new company. George Zimmer — the founder of MW, who got booted from the…
The stars were out for the annual Met Gala, held last night in New York City. All eyes were on the pink carpet to see the celebs’ creative looks, and the internet, naturally, was blowing up with hot takes and reactions on who was best dressed (and worst). This year’s theme was “camp,” which led to some wild outfits and more than a little head-scratching. But the guys had a strong showing, too: Here are our favorite men’s looks from this year’s Met Gala.
Tommy John is a revolutionary undergarment manufacturer that focuses on soft, cool, comfortable cotton underwear, t-shirts, socks, and loungewear that’s shaking up the apparel industry. Guys are going gaga for Tommy John, and now there’s a big sale on Bundles in its men’s collection.
What’s the most important thing about your undergarments? Function? Fit? Comfort? It’s a very personal thing. No matter what you value the most, Tommy John undergarments check all the boxes. And it’s guaranteed: If these aren’t the best underwear, socks, and you’ve ever worn, they’re totally, completely free.
There’s more. Active military and first responders get a 20 percent discount on all Tommy John products. And teachers, don’t fret: All US K-12 teachers, college faculty, and staff are eligible for a 20 percent discount as well.
But you don’t need to be a hero to get a deal. Along with the sale that’s going on right now, Tommy John is offering a 15 percent discount if you sign up for its email newsletter, and free shipping on any order over $ 75.
Tommy John offers four distinct collections, defined by the fabric that performs like nothing you’ve ever worn:
COOL COMFORT. Designed for daily wear, the Cool Cotton collection uses an exclusive, breathable smart fabric that wicks away moisture to dry fast and cool quickly. It’s perfect for active guys, keeping you cool and comfortable even in steamy New York summers. Breathable and lightweight, the stretch cotton keeps you 2–3times cooler than normal cotton and dries 4–5 times faster. SECOND SKIN. Constructed from a non-pilling micro modal fabric that’s sourced from Beechwood trees, this collection of silky boxers, briefs, socks and loungewear are so soft and luxurious it’s like you’re not wearing anything at all. AIR. Fantastic for frequent fliers, this stretch mesh fabric with anti-microbial and anti-odor technology scores with minimal weight and maximum breathability. Quick dry technology means you can rinse them in the sink and wear them again in less than four hours. 360 SPORT. For the gym and performance, this stretch fabric ensures your underwear won’t ride up when you work out. Mesh cooling zones, with anti-microbial and anti-odor technology, keep you dry and fresh.
All Tommy John Bundles are on sale, but here are a few we’ve got our eye on.
While we love a good pair of jeans as much as anybody, falling into a rut and wearing the same few pairs every day is never a good idea. With spring right around the corner, now’s the perfect time to revamp your lineup and get some fresh new pants into your closet.
Right now Men’s Journal readers can take 25 percent off select items at Taylor Stitch simply by checking out with the code TS25FORYOU. Refresh your winter wardrobe, get ready for spring, grab that jacket you’ve always had your eye on—however you want to justify it, you’ve got to get to Taylor Stitch right now and support a company that supports you. And the planet.
It was a long time coming: Madewell, a brand synonymous with great denim and well-made basics, has finally dropped a collection for guys. Cue the (deserved) fanfare.
To fashion history nerds, this isn’t necessarily a new venture. Madewell was originally a men’s workwear brand that started in 1937, though was repurposed as a women’s label in 2004. Finally, after two years of design, research and fine-tuning, the brand launched a menswear line that’s perfect for upgrading your wardrobe with some really well-designed and stylish staples.
The drop features plenty of denim (21 styles in three fits), tees and jackets. It’s available starting today both at Madewell and at Nordstrom. Check out our picks below.
Maybe it’s absurd, but we like to think of your favorite men’s summer fragrances as seasoning. If you put on too much, or the wrong garnish altogether, you’ve compromised the integrity of the dish. And in this case, you’re the dish, and the fragrance you wear is your salt, pepper, and Sriracha sauce.
It seems like we dudes are always sweating, whether weâre at the gym or just sitting at the office doing absolutely nothing rigorous. We sweat on the commute to work. We sweat when we step inside and our bodies adjust to cooler temps. We sweat when we accidentally run a red light, or when weâre cooking dinner over the stove.
Every guy has a year-round go-to scent, but thereâs no better season than spring to start fresh. Now is the time to stow any spicy, overly woody colognes that envelop you during the colder, dreary monthsâand replace them with something uplifting (and floral, and citrusy).
A gracious tip of the Menâs JournalÂ golf cap to our buddies over at Dappered for turningÂ us on to this one. Nordstromâs All Menâs Sale offers no less than 27 pages of apparel, accessories, and generally cool stuff, much of it up to 50 percent off. By our admittedly high schoolâlevel math, thatâs over 1,000 items slashed down. Check it out.
Do Jordan Greenway and the NHL-less U.S. men have enough firepower to fend off Canada, Finland and OAR? And will the American women gain revenge on their archrival and strike gold for the first time since 1988? Here’s who will take home the hardware. www.espn.com – NHL
The 2018 men’s Olympic hockey tournament gets underway Wednesday, but you might not recognize too many names on the Pyeongchang ice. Chris Peters looks at players to watch, including some intriguing prospects. www.espn.com – NHL
John Varvatos went “rogue” for his fall show, eschewing the official fashion calendar to present on the eve of Grammys weekend in New York.
He selected an old synagogue on the Lower East Side and filled the front row with musicians and executives in town for the big event at Madison Square Garden: all three Jonas brothers, Thomas Rhett, Young Paris and Rita Ora among them.
It was ironic then that this season, Varvatos showed less of a rock ’n’ roll aesthetic than in the past. “I never think of us as rock ’n’ roll,” the designer said backstage before the show. “That’s other people’s perception. But it does have an edge to it.”
Instead, the designer set out to “change it up,” with a show he titled “John Varvatos 2.0” that “explored the notion of looking back to look forward,” according to the show notes.
He turned to his greatest hits over the past 17 years — textured fabrics, handknit sweaters, hand-finished leathers and pumped-up trainers — modernized in terms of silhouette and materials — to offer his take on the street “and how we’re living today.”
Despite the slightly oversized proportions, the collection was not streetwear — intentionally. “I appreciate streetwear but I’m
Dallas Novelty, the online adult toy retail store with the motto “Sex is For Everybody,” has been profiled in Men’s Health, in an article called, “Meet the Paralyzed Man Making Sex Toys for People With Disabilities.” XBIZ.com – Pleasure & Retail
Most adults who plan on celebrating Halloween will likely do it this coming weekend, when itâll be slightly more acceptable to walk around dressed like a cartoon character under the influence of alcohol than it would be, say, next Tuesday night.
The NHL has already decided to skip the 2018 Games. The KHL’s potential absence in light of the IOC’s ruling could drain the talent pool further, but hard-core hockey fans will still find compelling action and storylines to savor. www.espn.com – NHL
Cordell Broadus is trading football jerseys for underwear, but Snoop Dogg’s son isn’t just wearing the fancy drawers … he’s designing them. Cordell shocked UCLA (and his dad) when he quit the football program to focus on his film production…
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