Let’s just get straight to it: This year’s after Christmas sales are not to be missed. In fact, the week between Christmas and New Year’s reliably brings with it some of the biggest menswear sales of the year, and 2022 is no exception. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are great if you’re shopping for others, but if you’re shopping for yourself, it’s worth holding out until after the big day—especially when it comes to fashion brands. After all, you’ve probably been stressing about finding the perfect gifts for weeks, so it’s about time that you pick up something nice to bring yourself into the new year.
Sixty percent (yep, really) seems to be the magic number this year. In a seemingly coordinated effort, J.Crew, Bonobos, Cole Haan, Adidas, Banana Republic and more have decided to drop prices north of the golden 50 percent off threshold. Plus, so many brands that rarely have sales at all are joining the fun. Among them? Frame, Percival and Outerknown, to name a few personal favorites.
Whether you’re looking for a new parka to get through the winter (Arctic blast this week caught you unprepared), for fitness gear to crush your 2023 goals or even to restock your top drawer, now’s the time to shop and save while you’re at it. Ahead, we break down all the details on the 30 best mens fashion after Christmas sales to shop before they’re gone.
There’s never not a good time to find cheap and quick clothes on Amazon, but the site’s massive New Year’s sale promises even more discounts.
Take up to 60 percent off last-chance sale items, plus get an additional 20 percent off your entire purchase at checkout (full price and sale items included).
Bonobos has a ton of winter-ready casual attire that’s relaxed but still office-appropriate, like the versatile WFHQ pant. Some best-sellers are marked down up to 60 percent off during the end-of-year sale.
The Coach sale section is stocked with apparel, bags, leather goods, and collaboration collections discounted up to 50 percent off.
If you’ll be dragging yourself back to the office in the new year, snag some of Cole Haan’s comfortable dress shoes while they’re on sale. Or, shop boots and sneakers up to 60 percent off.
DL1961 makes some of our all-time favorite denim, and the brand’s entire offering is made with sustainable practices. Take up to 50 percent off denim and more using code HOLIDAY22.
Take up to 60 percent off during the Farfetch designer sale.
Frame’s sale section is stocked with the brand’s cult-favorite denim, jackets, and more up to 50 percent off, plus an additional 25 percent off for a limited time, meaning you can snag a pair of jeans for around $100.
Huckberry is having an impressive after Christmas sale, knocking to 40 percent off hundreds of the site’s best-selling products like flannels, sweaters, and boots from brands like Merrell, Flint and Tinder, Wellen and Outerknown.
J.Crew is known for having good deals all year round, but the holiday sale happening now might just take the cake. It’s a shop more, save more model: take 50 percent off one item, 60 percent off two items and 75 percent off three or more items with code BIGSALE. Those discounts are in addition to the already-discounted sale prices seen below. Even one of Prince Harry’s go-to suit jackets is included in the sale.
Koio makes one of our all-time favorite white sneakers. Take 20 percent off our pick—the Capri sneaker in triple white—and up to 40 percent off the rest of the brand’s offering during its holiday sale.
Lee is also hosting a shop more, save more sale. Take 20 percent off one item, 25 percent off two items and 30 percent off three or more items with code MORELEE. Plus, check out the clearance section for up to 60 percent off select styles.
Lululemon’s We Made Too Much section is one of our favorite corners of the Internet. It’s just what it sounds like—a corner of Lululemon’s site where the brand sells overstock inventory to clear shelf space for new products and in-season pieces. We’ve scored big in the section so many times. Right now you can get a Metal Vent Tech training shirt, a Lululemon classic, for just $39.
Nike’s ongoing sale section is stocked with over 2,000 items for up to 50 percent off. Whether you need to upgrade your fitness gear for the new year or you’re just looking for a new pair of shoes, Nike’s sale has got you covered for any and all activewear needs.
Savvy shoppers know to turn to Nordstrom’s sale section for designer finds and their favorite brands. The retailer has been offering major holiday deals all month long and they are set to last through January. Shop some of our favorite finds below.
Outerknown is slashing prices up to 70 percent off on past season styles, including the brand’s cult-favorite blanket shirts. One of Esquire editors’ favorite shirts for men, it’s like a flannel met your favorite blanket, for a heavy weight, soft and insulated button down that’s great for anything from outdoors adventures to casual wear.
British brand Percival made a splash stateside this year. During the brand’s annual Jan Sale, cop its signature knitwear, collaborations (like with superstar stylist Harry Lambert), and more up to 50 percent off.
SER.O.YA’s entire offering gives major summer vibes. Get a head start on summer ’23 by shopping matching terry sets, distressed denim, and silk shirts while they’re discounted up to 50 percent off.
Taylor Stitch is hosting an end-of-year sale with up to 30 percent off sitewide—plus, get $20 back in store credit on all orders over $100.
Uniqlo’s calling card is that its pieces are super affordable from the jump, but that doesn’t mean you should sleep on the brand’s sale section.
Vitality is one of our favorite places to find affordable jewelry online. Right now, the sale section is stocked with chains, rings, statement pieces, and more up to 50 percent off.
Vuori is the best activewear brand you may not know about. From performance joggers to reliable training shorts to fast-drying swimwear, you really can’t go wrong. And when on sale, it makes for a marriage of price and quality that’s hard to beat.
Senior Commerce Editor
Heath Owens is a Senior Commerce Editor at Hearst Magazines, where he covers home, fashion, tech and gifts for Good Housekeeping, House Beautiful, Esquire, Delish, Men’s Health, and more.