Whether you’re working at a start-up, or working at a company that really wants people to think that they’re hip like a startup, wearing your hoodie/jeans/sneaks is part of the uniform. Do it wrong, and you look like you’re still living with mom. Do it right, and you look like a million bucks (in unvested stock options). Here are three items — a hoodie, some jeans, and a pair of sneakers — that are on sale for a great price and worth a look this week.
The Hoodie: Silk Cotton Cashmere Sweater Hoodie, $37.49
$44.99 (was $74.99)
Part of Banana Republic’s Extra 50% off sale, the discount is applied at checkout.
Yes this is the same hoodie from last week, but it’s awesome and there’s still sizes left and it’s even less expensive now! Here’s what we said last week:
We in that season where we’re going to be talking about the evenings being a little cool instead of it being cold all day. This sweater is perfect for layering on those cool evenings. Crafted from 75% silk, 20% cotton, 5% cashmere this sweater will make you feel soft and fancy. At $80 I’d feel obligated to be careful with it, but at $45 it’s priced at normal hoodie range. Still though, check out the washing instructions and don’t wear it for rugby.
The Jeans: Gap AUTHENTIC 1969 slim fit jeans, $47 (was $69)
Part of the GAP 40% off of your entire order, no exclusions sale. Use the code HAPPY at checkout.
They sit low, there’s a little stretch to them, and they’re slim. Great jeans.
The Sneakers: Nike Men’s Essentialist Casual Sneakers, $54.98 (was $64.99)
80s throwback design combined with that knit look. This shoe looks so fly, plus with it’s Phylon cushioning it should actually be comfortable. I might pull the trigger on these myself.
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