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This Weekend’s Best Menswear Sales

There are two different definitions of the word “investment” in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. The second is the one you’d expect — “the outlay of money usually for income or profit” — but the first is actually just an “outer layer.” Those two definitions dovetail nicely right now, when you can buy outer layers on the cheap right now and save them for next winter. That’s what we call an investment, baby.

I’ve literally never been this responsible in my entire life, but if I were going to start now, here are the sales I would pillage immediately. Cam Wolf, menswear editor

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I can’t even imagine how proud I’d be of myself if I put the money down to buy some of the elegant outerwear on sale at Bonobos right now. There’s something called a “Foundation Topcoat” (that sounds good!) marked down from $698 to $298. You’ll also find the Jetsetter Italian Wool Topcoat, heavily discounted at $248, in camel, charcoal, and marled grey. They won’t be wearable for another seven months or so, but then they’ll be so good! Just think about it.

East Dane is also doing some spring cleaning. There’s serious gold to be found here, including a La Panoplie Wool Bomber ($155), a Club Monaco Wool Topcoat ($239), and Our Legacy’s Soft Wool Car Coat ($308). Also! If you’re shopping for now, there are still a couple months left to get some good use out of this Marni Track Jacket (on sale for $324, marked all the way down from $810).

Head to Need Supply and bid Seasonal Affectiveness Disorder adieu, because it’ll be impossible to be sad about cold weather when you have this A.P.C. Jean Sweater ($133) waiting in your closet. This Obey Prospect Hoodie ($34) also looks too cozy to be this on sale. And if you don’t buy Native Youth’s Vulcan Overcoat ($69 (nice)), you’re basically burning money at that point.

I almost don’t want to share the magic of the Unis sale. I know that if the police come to my door anytime soon it’ll be because I bought a Chase Jacket (in black, brown, or tiger camo) at the deeply discounted price of $282 — that’s highway robbery! Also, a variety of Lambswool Knit Hats ($32) and Lambswool Gloves ($20) are available for your storing-away-for-later pleasure.

Me, irresponsible and in need of instant gratification: spending full retail price on spring items.

You, smart and responsible: buying a bunch of the outerwear on sale at ASOS, like this River Island Wool Overcoat ($100), this Reclaimed Vintage Oversized Cocoon Coat ($87), or the Adidas Originals Quilt Parka ($146).

If J.Crew’s Ludlow Topcoat in Italian Wool-Cashmere ($229) is still available by the time you’re reading this, it means I died typing in the numbers of my debit card. This is a very good standard topcoat, if that’s the kind of thing you’re in need of, and you can get extra money off by using the code SHOPFAST. This Nordic Down Parka ($240) is also an excellent investment.

END. Clothing has options for a more style-advanced dude. I don’t use this word lightly, but I’m befuddled that this NikeLab Essentials Insulated Jacket ($245) made it to sale. This Patagonia Classic Retro-X Jacket ($149) is also in a very excellent black-and-light-blue colorway. Also, my bank, don’t read this.
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Thom Browne Heavyweight Varsity Jacket ($1,095, down from $2,435) I want to max out my credit card for, hello.

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Welcome to the Mandyssance
Mandy Moore

In case you haven’t noticed, Mandy Moore is suddenly, wonderfully everywhere right now. Thanks to her Golden Globe-nominated turn in this year’s smash-hit TV drama This Is Us, the 32-year-old pop star-turned-actress — whose early-aughts singles like “Candy” and “Cry” you can probably still sing from memory — has been stepping out in some truly fantastic fashion lately.

First, there was the plunging, cape-backed Naeem Khan Moore wore to January’s Golden Globes, which instantly landed her on every best-dressed list. Then, the black Salvatore Ferragamo pantsuit she paired with a slicked-back bun and a deep berry lip for the Directors Guild Awards. And at New York Fashion Week last month, Moore turned up in the front row at Marc Jacobs, Marchesa, and more, each time dressed in another spotlight-stealing ensemble.

The woman behind this stylish “Mandyssance?” The actress’s stylist Erica Cloud, who’s been working with Moore since the beginning of 2017. “We met through a mutual friend last summer, right before This Is Us went on the air,” Cloud tells me. “At the time, I was still working with [Moore’s previous stylist] Karla Welch. I’d been working with her for 10 years, but I hadn’t yet broken out on my own.” Moore and Cloud immediately hit it off, and with awards season right around the corner, Cloud says, “it just ended up being the right timing for everyone. We’ve had a lot of fun so far — this is the first time she’s been on the scene in awhile, and [fashion] has changed a lot since she was in the game before.”

Funny enough, Cloud admits to being unfamiliar with Moore’s earlier music and movie roles. She’s never even seen A Walk to Remember! “So awful, I know!” she laughs. “I mean, we both met as women in our 30s, and I’m a little older than her, so I just don’t have that reference point. Obviously I know about her previous teen career, though, and I know that people just love her. She’s so warm and wonderful, so I’m glad that they do!”

 
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