The range can be hit and miss, but the Ben Sherman Winter Sale is a good place to grab a bargain.
Ben Sherman always seems to me to be a label in need of some direction. Yes, it does produce Mod-friendly designs within its range, which is hardly surprising in light of its heritage. But there are also a lot of pieces in its range you really wouldn’t look twice at.
So it’s a case of separating the good from the not-so-good when it comes to the sale. Find the more interesting designs and there’s a good chance of getting them for a reasonable price. Most things are marked down at this time of the year.
The designs that tend to catch the eye are the vintage-style knits and the archive shirts. You can get a decent price on a Harrington Jacket too if you want one of those. With that in mind, I’ll pick out a few of my favourites.
Working down the page, the Button Thru Stripe Knit Polo in two colours is down from £80 to £39. Below those, the Colour Block Knit Polo is down from £60 to £42.
Further down, the Archive Martin Blue Striped Long Sleeve Shirt is down from £80 to £56, the Linen Candy Stripe Shirt is down from £70 to £49, the Archive Melody Yellow Checked Button Down Shirt is down from £75 to £52.50, the Zip Knit Cycle Top is reduced from £75 to £52 and a Harrington Jacket is reduced from £95 to £66.
Much more too. Have a browse at the Ben Sherman Winter Sale website.