EVENT STARTS TUE MAR 17 AT 4 PM PT, deals include Big Star Premium Denim, IZOD & More: Versatile Looks, Joe’s Underwear, Ben Sherman, Robert Wayne, Ruggedly Handsome: Lugged Sole Shoes, Belts feat. A. Testoni, Spring Staples: Backpacks & Colorful Watches, Furniture for Large Spaces, Gifts for the Animal Lover, Tiffany Style Lighting, Feeling Lucky: Green & Gold Furniture & Décor, Museum Mile: Gustav Klimt at MYHABIT.
Big Star Premium Denim at MYHABIT Check It Out
Originally established as a European brand in 1974, Big Star Jeans now calls Los Angeles its home. With a focus on timeless design and flawless fit—and using modern, environmentally-conscious treatments—Big Star creates jeans that are rooted in the laid-back Southern California aesthetic.
IZOD & More: Versatile Looks at MYHABIT Check It Out
They say the classics never go out of style. If you ever needed proof, take this collection of time-tested pieces that make dressing a breeze. Mix-and-match a casual plaid sportshirt with a pair of jeans for a modern and stylish look. Layer a soft V-neck sweater over a crisp woven shirt. Finish things off with a pair of tailored chinos for an effortlessly classic look.
Joe’s Underwear at MYHABIT Check It Out
Los Angeles-based JOE’S was created in 2001 by Joe Dahan as a casual lifestyle brand synonymous with classic wardrobe staples with a modern twist. Offering everything from denim to accessories and footwear, JOE’S has also added a premium line of underwear to its collection. The styles here, touted as “underwear fit for jeans” features trunks, briefs and more in comfortable fabrics and colors that range from neutral to bold.
Ben Sherman at MYHABIT Check It Out
Based in the Brighton, England, Arthur Benjamin Sugarman launched his mostly-menswear label in 1963 with a collection of button-down shirts. His inspiration of fashion and music came together to create a one-of-a-kind rocker style that is loved throughout Great Britain and beyond. From jeans and suits to shoes, hats and more, Ben Sherman’s look is every bit classic, casual and cool.
Robert Wayne at MYHABIT Check It Out
Robert Wayne is one of those brands you can count on to get you through the whole week—from work to errands to a night out with a couple friends—in style. Here, you’ll find oxfords and more, in both casual and polished looks. Whether you’re wearing dress pants or a relaxed sweater, know that you’ll be looking sharp.
Ruggedly Handsome: Lugged Sole Shoes at MYHABIT Check It Out
We all love a ruggedly handsome type. Not perfect and sleek, but good looking, with plenty of character. That’s just what you’ll find in the collection of footwear. From studded sneakers and burnished desert boots to lug-sole brogues and lace-up combat boots, this collection offers modern spins on classic styles that give a cool vibe to whatever you’re wearing.
Belts feat. A. Testoni at MYHABIT Check It Out
Never underestimate the impact of one of the most underrated accessories: the belt. Unique textures. Classic neutrals. These versatile styles will elevate your jeans, trousers and chinos to a new level while showing you’re the kind of guy who cares about how he looks.
Spring Staples: Backpacks at MYHABIT Check It Out
We’ve all got places to go, people to see and (inevitably) stuff to carry. From the workday grind to the weekend getaway, these roomy backpacks lend a hand in hauling and organizing everything you need. If you’re going to have a constant companion, it ought to be built smart—and look sharp.
Spring Staples: Colorful Watches at MYHABIT Check It Out
You don’t have to don wild prints or avant-garde shoes to make a statement. When you wear a watch packed with personality, you show your style without going overboard. Here, a collection of big, colorful and detailed watches allows you to express yourself. Choose from design features such as vibrant silicone bands, sleek square silhouettes, deluxe timer functions and more.
Furniture for Large Spaces at MYHABIT Check It Out
The quickest, easiest way to perk up a big, barren room? Add the oversize furniture that you’ve always dreamed of having. A sectional sofa lets you sprawl out and relax while watching your favorite movie. An area rug instantly adds warmth and dimension. And a 5-piece bedroom set will nicely compliment that new California King mattress you’re coveting. Sometimes bigger is better.
Gifts for the Animal Lover at MYHABIT Check It Out
She never stops talking about her adorable puppy. His favorite pastime is making videos of his cute cat. When it comes to gifts for the pet owner in your life, you want something just as special as the charming creatures they adore. Here, find a collection of gift ideas suitable for pet owners: From owl-shaped stools and dog bookends to animal-themed statues, wall art and throw pillows.
Tiffany Style Lighting at MYHABIT Check It Out
Heirloom-worthy quality. Impeccable craftsmanship. Undeniable style. These Tiffany-inspired lamps have it all. Adopting exactly the same painstaking and laborious process that Louis Comfort Tiffany used for his signature style, these lamps maintain the closest attention to detail for the highest quality. The result is a line of well-crafted works of art that rival the original.
Feeling Lucky: Green & Gold Furniture & Décor at MYHABIT Check It Out
Shamrocks and pots of gold aside, green and gold hues are always a perfect pairing. Together, they conjure the essence of classic resorts. Blooming daffodils and growing grass. All things spring, dappled with a little luxury. Here, a collection of tabletop accents, lighting, lanterns, candles and barware that will have you making a wonderfully winning style statement.
Museum Mile: Gustav Klimt at MYHABIT Check It Out
Austrian artist Gustav Klimt’s career started early: He received his first commission as a teenager while studying at the Vienna Public Arts Schools. Eventually, he worked with his brother and a friend to create works in theaters, churches and museums. In the late 1890s, Klimt became one of the founding members of the Vienna Secession, with a goal of providing exposure for unconventional young artists and to bring the work of foreign artists’ work to Vienna. It was during this time that Klimt created his most controversial works, which primarily featured the female form and frank, erotic symbolism. Though much of his work was not accepted during his lifetime, it became widely respected after his death.