Sales Rundown

Prep Gear:The Original PenguinIn NorthPark Center, 8687 N Central Expressway, at Park Lane, Suite 1030; North Dallas; 214.750.0952 Penguin's putting their gear on the endangered list, slashing up to 50% off a slew of knits, collared shirts, slacks, shorts, and more stuff that'll have you looking sharp as you waddle around showing surprisingly advanced social skills. Even bigger discounts online at

Euro Gear:AssemblyIn West Village, 3699 McKinney Ave, Suite 405; Uptown; 214.219.9991 The months-old boutique's taking as much as 50% off menswear from the likes of FCUK, Kinetix, Martin Gordon, William Rast, Jetlag, and Artificial Flavor, which only causes cancer in the flossiest of laboratory rats. Get it together at

You Gear:Q Custom Clothier85 Highland Park Village; Park Cities; 214.780.0555 Through July, Q's throwing in two custom-designed fitted shirts (~$240 value) with every made-to-measure suit purchase, because attempts at the bare-chested-with-jacket look will only cause people to ask "Y?". Measure up at

Local Gear: Paper or Plastik The Uptown tee designer's celebrating 3.5 years by hacking half off its edgy, minimalist, cross/skull/splat-dominated online inventory, all hand-distressed, a nice break from your wardrobe of splat-distressed shirts. Snag some tees at

Ken's Gear:Ken's Man's Shop309 Preston Royal Shopping Center, Preston Road at Royal Lane; North Dallas; 214.369.5367 Through Aug 1, the venerable North Dallas haberdashery's cutting 50-60% off select formal wear, sportswear, and accessories by makers such as Agave, Jhane Barnes, Zanella, Mason's Jeans, Mod-O-Doc, and Ken's own "Private Label", a questionable designation, considering he's practically giving the stuff away to total strangers. Pop your digital head into

Upscale Casual Gear:Pockets Menswear46 Highland Park Village; Park Cities; 214.368.1167 Pockets' Summer Sale features half off Zegna sport shirts & shoes, 30% off Canali blazers & Crossley polos, and up to 60% off denim from Ivy Brown & 7 For All Mankind, leaving Mick Foley to wonder why he's wearing an old pair of jorts. Slip into serious savings at