October 4, 2023


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Full suits for $84, plus shorts for $15 during Bonobos extra 60{a38ddb2ded6b05e28c8ae73a8db0e271c21f7193684bd9e4e28acae292f81d99} off sale

In mid-2020, “business casual” now means a presentable shirt and either shorts or sweatpants for your next Zoom call. But walk back your cultural mores a few months, and “business casual” meant smart clothes that were both comfortable and stylish—the kind you’d find from a retailer like Bonobos.

Who knows if or when most of America will ever be back in a proper office, but Bonobos has an offer that’s tough to refuse: An extra 60{a38ddb2ded6b05e28c8ae73a8db0e271c21f7193684bd9e4e28acae292f81d99} off all final sale items. That includes all sorts of stuff, and it’s 60{a38ddb2ded6b05e28c8ae73a8db0e271c21f7193684bd9e4e28acae292f81d99} off the sale price you see on the site by using the code CANNONBALL. Feel free to shout it every time you add an item to your cart—you’re probably at home, after all.

Foundation Italian Wool Suit – Bonobos

84.00Shop Now

You can get a full suit for as little as $84—and it’s Italian wool in normal sizes, not some extra small polyester deal. That one costs $54 for the suit coat and $30 for the pants. But there’s way more than that.

Jetsetter Stretch Italian Wool Blazer – Bonobos

104.00Shop Now

You can get wool blazers for around $100, or Bonobos chinos and shorts, which have gotten kudos from reddit, for about $27 for chinos and $15 for shorts in select colors and sizes.

Stretch Organic Cotton Chinos – Bonobos

27.20Shop Now

Stretch Washed Chino Shorts – Bonobos

15.20Shop Now

Of course, “final sale” means you can’t return things that don’t fit—but if you know your size, you’re gonna strike whatever the sartorial equivalent of gold is. An Italian wool suit?

But there are also things you don’t have to worry so much about sizes on, like ties for $23, plus shirts and socks galore. Go look for yourself!

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