Perry Ellis is running a 60% off sale on selected items through midnight tonight (12/1). They’re also offering free shipping on all orders.
The interesting thing about this sale is that there are a few coupons that stack with it. Namely:
- OFFERPE20 – for an additional 20% off
- PE10AFF – for an additional 10% off
That’s a combined 72% off!
This sale may not have a ton of items, and the items that they do have are limited sizing, but it’s a great opportunity to fill out any weak areas in your closet. Here’s some picks!
Slim Fit Dress Shirts, $14.40 (was $49.99)
The link and pic are of the Slim Fit Uneven Tile dress shirt. It’s 97% cotton and 3% spandex, giving you a little room for heavy lunch even though you’re wearing a slim shirt. There are a number of similar shirts available at the same price with different colors and patterns. Check them out at the Perry Ellis dress shirt sale.
Hooded Puffer Jacket, $40.32 (was $195)
This jacket is 100% polyester (with nylon fabrication) with a permanently attached hood. We’re not talking about the best quality here, but a $40 puffer is a full $20 cheaper than Uniqlo’s Ultra-Light option. Admittedly, the Uniqlo jacket is 100% Nylon so it’ll be more durable but it also won’t be as quite as warm as the PE puffer.
Plaid Print Sandal, $4.31 (was $50)
No kidding, they are giving flip-flops away for basically free. There are three colors to choose from all with leather uppers, rubber soles and fabric footbeds. They must cost more to ship than the price we’re paying, right?
Note: When you’re looking at them on the PE website you’ll notice that the color selection doesn’t seem to match the color of the shoe. The one picture below is “Tan” for instance. PE is listing the color of the sole, not the footbed. Weird, but whatever.
Melvin Dress Shoe, $32.39 (was $128)
100% leather shoes with rubber soles. If you are like me (living in Chicago) there’s always the risk of damaging your favorite shoes due to snow and salt. I’d say that $32 is a great price for a nice looking pair of shoes that you wouldn’t mind wearing out in questionable weather!
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