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The Best Clothing Deals at Entireworld’s Going out of Business Sale

One of our favorite stores — with possibly the world’s best sweatpants — is going out of business. Shed a tear, and pick up a deal.

The entire world is ending. Or rather, Entireworld is ending. The much-loved, minimal fashion brand founded by Scott Sternberg (once the founder of trend-setting, taste making menswear company Band Of Outsiders). As of yesterday, Entireworld is closing up shop, following a run dating back to 2018. Everything must go, which means markdowns aplenty. Translation: If you’re in the market for sweaters, sweatpants, button-ups, or any other elevated basics, now is a great time to shop the cult favorite brand. 

Entireworld specializes in the most comfortable sweats and T-shirts you’ve probably ever tried on, plus trousers, outerwear and more. The brand emphasizes quality fabrics, simple colors and designs, and straightforward styling potential. Entireworld was a particular hit during the early part of the pandemic, as office workers traded in chinos for sweatpants and generally prioritized an at-home uniform that leaned much more casual (guilty as charged)

Sales actually shot through the roof in March 2020, at a clip more than 60 percent higher than the previous March. But Entireworld, according to Sternberg, was unable to come to an agreement on an acquisition in recent weeks, and as they say, that’s just how the cookie crumbles. There’s good news, though: Plenty of the best basics are available right now through a final sale offering at Entireworld, set to run for the next couple of weeks. Don’t hesitate, though, as the clothing won’t last. Here are a few categories not to be missed. 

The Best On-Sale Menswear to Buy Right Now at Entireworld 

With Entireworld, what you see is what you get, which is why products are simply named (Check out “Sweatshirt. Men’s. Type A. Version 4.” to see what we mean) and remarkably well-made and extraordinarily comfortable. If you could use a simple charcoal crewneck or perhaps a shot of color via tapered sweats, these basics are on sale for 50 percent off right now, dropping prices down to below $30 in some cases.

The shuttering of Entireworld is a great time to add to your T-shirt drawer. The brand’s range of cozy, classic crewneck T-shirts on sale for, again, 50 percent off. It’s quite literally a two-for-one deal if you decide to score the brand’s “classically slim” slub recycled jersey cotton tees in colors like Faint Blue or a crisp White. Styles include a wide and boxy tee, a simple crewneck and a must-have pocket tee.

If your office wardrobe needs a simple refresh in a hurry, Entireworld’s shirting (while not as popular as its sweatpants) is a solid bet. Normally just under $100, prices now run the gamut from $29.50 to $47.50: That means the deal you get is either 70 percent off or 50 percent off. Sternberg made the Oxford shirt a focus of his time at Band Of Outsiders, so it’s safe to say his Entireworld button-up shirts, which come in a variety of nice, solid colors, are similarly high-quality.

There’s nothing over-the-top about Entireworld sweaters, and that’s not a bad thing at all. These raglan-sleeve sweaters (with stitching designed to accentuate your chest and shoulders) are now 70 percent off, with the potential to be worn all winter long. The crewneck design is timeless and easy to layer over an Entireworld tee or Oxford shirt. And the color options, including Indigo and Dark Green, are easy to mix and match with the rest of your wardrobe.

Here’s another highly affordable way to upgrade your smart casual wardrobe. With two styles (a trend-forward pleated option and a classic flat-front option), these tapered Japanese cotton canvas pants are subtly stylish and ready for the office or the weekend. Better still, you can refresh your pants rotation with pricing just over $60 (that’s 50 percent off full price).