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Summer sale upto 50% off on designer menswear at Standout
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Summer sale upto 50% off on designer menswear at Standout

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63° Expired
Summer sale upto 50% off on designer menswear at Standout
Posted 23rd Jul 2020

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Checkout standouts sale on designer menswear such as Tommy Hilfiger, Levi's, North Face and more. Perfect for any students looking to save money on clothes.

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1610 items to choose from and 52 Brands in this up to 50% Sale Delivery is £1.99 for orders under £24.95 and free on orders over £24.95 Tracked is £2.99 info here: standout.co.uk/del…ry/ Returns are free


Thanks for posting @jbroVS Nice spot


Some item examples of products in the sale

Levi's Babytab Sliders - Regular White
  • £12.95
Old price:£24.95
You save: £12.00 48%


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Sergio Tacchini Logo T-Shirt - Navy/White
  • £23.95
Old price:£39.95
You save: £16.00 40%


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Sik Silk Crew Sweatshirt - Black/Gold
  • £27.95
Old price:£54.95
You save: £27.00 49%

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Carhartt WIP Fargo Jacket - Dark Navy
  • £49.95
Old price:£124.95
You save: £75.00 60%


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4 Comments
North Face being designer brand now? Nice, turns out I'm not wearing _that_ tasteless stuff ;D
Hot because of good prices.
Is Sergio Tacchini worth something now, I have a class looking coat somewhere I bought for like £12 about 10 years ago i'll have to ebay it.
core23/07/2020 12:34

North Face being designer brand now? Nice, turns out I'm not wearing …North Face being designer brand now? Nice, turns out I'm not wearing _that_ tasteless stuff ;DHot because of good prices.


Any clothing over £100 for i.e a jacket should be considered designer wear.
james.pondBzo23/07/2020 14:50

Any clothing over £100 for i.e a jacket should be considered designer wear.



I don't know... I'm super picky and process of buying stuff that I like and that has features I require is exhausting (takes me months to select 3-5 contenders among jackets, for example), hence why I prefer buying something that will last years and years. Works with jackets, backpacks, shoes and boots, etc...

I find that easier (and cheaper) than buying something perhaps cheerful but low quality and/or not that useful; I also don't like having logo bigger than the size of the garment, so that strikes off some of the quality stuff as well.
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