All Kinds of Gear: At Ease
40 to 80 percent off 'til Sun
8056 E. Coast Highway, Newport Beach; 949.759.7979
Everything from Corbin tuxes to Tommy Bahama shirts're on sale at this O.C. emporium -- because you never know whether you're going to be the suavest guest at a wedding, or the biggest gawking tourist moron on Alcatraz.
Check them out at AtEaseClothing.com
Craaaazy Gear: 10.Deep Crazy Murkos Sample Sale
Sat and Sun at 645 N Martel Ave, West Hollywood
This streetwear company's offering craaaazy discounts on shirts and hoodies; watch the trailer for more details/proof that streetwear designers are influenced heavily by crack.
Watch the trailer at YouTube.com
Casual Gear: Ron Robinson At Fred Segal
50 percent off 'til Sun
500 Broadway, Santa Monica; 310.458.1160
This huge boutique's slinging discounts on t-shirts, jackets, and jeans from companies like Triple 5 Soul and Scotch and Soda -- a much more popular offering than "bras, by Purple Hooter".
Upscale Gear: Loehmann's Clearance Sale
25 to 50 percent off through mid-Feb
333 S La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills: 310.659.0674
Dress shirts from Calvin Klein, coats and blazers from Valentino, jeans from Lucky and Kenneth Cole, and khakis from Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors -- at these prices, more like Michael Kors Light [pause for scattered pity-applause].
The website's at Loehmanns.com
High-end Gear: Douglas Fir
50 to 70 percent for "two or three weeks"
8311 W 3rd St, Mid-Wilshire; 323.651.5445
Prices on shirts and slacks from Tim Hamilton, Paul Smith, and Steven Allen are viciously and remorselessly slashed at this men's only shop.
Pantsy Gear: TWS Sample Sale
Up to 80 percent off on Sun
Sheraton Park Hotel, 1855 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim; 714.750.1811
Huge discounts on over 50 top denim brands, the names of which aren't available Â‘til the day of -- like a blind date for your crotch.
Euro Gear: Scott & Co
40 to 70 percent 'til Sun
8710 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood; 310.659.5829
Big markdowns on shoes, suits, and shirts from designers like Etro, Valentino Couture, and Paul Smith, all at Scott & Co -- whose refined style and decision to incorporate is slowly running Ted, LLC out of business.