This week, Perks has found you the perfect summer shirt, cut with just enough tail to be tucked, but not so much that you can’t wear the shirt untucked. It’s like having two shirts in one, and they’re half off. We’ll leave the rest of the math to you.
Things to do for July 08, 2010
Sexy Neighbors, Summer Sales and Water Sports
The weekend will sign wherever LeBron signs.
50% Off Robert Geller and APC
You’ve made it halfway through summer, and all without a decent seersucker shorts suit. (Despite your mental commitment to the Southern lawyer lifestyle.) Seattle’s Blackbird feels your pain, so they’re bringing you deals on trunks, polos and shorts from the likes of Woolrich Woolen Mills, Riviera Club and Gitman Vintage. So, yes, regarding that seersucker shorts suit: it’s time.
Half-Off Waterproof Toys at Jimmyjane
It’s the summer. Clothes are removed. Things happen. Sometimes in the vicinity of a pool, lake and/or manmade waterfall. So we’re letting you know that waterproof, automated... accoutrements are available and half off at Jimmyjane. Do with that information what you will.
The Exact Belt You Need This Summer
Every once in awhile, along comes an opportunity to create something truly, uniquely special. Yes, your Bastille Day celebration will be glorious. Until then, there’s this—Leather Man Ltd. Belts is letting you customize the closure, fabric color and pattern of your belt. You’ve always enjoyed expressing yourself while holding up your pants.
Still Helping You Meet Your Sexier Neighbors
It’s a story as old as time. Boy needs sugar. Boy asks neighbor. Neighbor and boy make sweet, sweet dough together. Now facilitating such classic tales after a beta run: NeighborGoods, a website devoted to putting you in touch with your neighbors when you need to borrow (or loan) a proverbial cup of sugar. Or an only slightly less romantic stepladder.
Your New Online Clothing Depot
Should you be reading this sans clothes, please feel free to keep this to yourself. Also, check out Run of the Mill, a new e-commerce site from a handful of style bloggers. (Which is better than a style blog by e-commerce people.) You’ll find summery shoes and button-downs, all with a carefree, Newman-esque, devil-may-care vibe. We mean Paul, not the mailman from Seinfeld.