One of the biggest retail events in the region, the bi-annual half price sale at EJ Menswear in Grattan Street, Sligo continues this week.
The EJ half price event which usually gets under way in August had an early start last week due to the excellent current stock levels.
The EJ Menswear half-price sale is set to offer shoppers the lowest ever prices in some of the world’s top brands.
The Grattan Street store houses household brand names such as Ralph Lauren Gant, G-Star, Lyle & Scott, Superdry and many more.
All of these brands will be reduced by 50% or more. In the jeans area of the store there is incredible value.
All T-shirts are ½ price, including, Superdry, G-star, Diesel, Drunkn Munky to name just a few. All eto Jeans priced at €50 each, with all G-star, Levi, Tommy Hilfiger & Gant and all other denims half price.
In the Lifestyle area of the store which is located in the centre of the huge floorspace, world class brands like, Ralph Lauren, Gant, Andre and Sixth Sence to name a few are all half price.
In EJ Menswear a Ralph Lauren shirt that would retail at €89.95 will now be €44.95, Gant Knits were €79.95, now €39.95.
All Andre chinos will be reduced to €50, chinos have been a best seller in EJ’s over the summer with over 10 different colours available.
All the top brand suits inthe area are reduced by 50%.
EJ’s also has a dedicated Graduation/Debs area in the store with suits retailing at €139 and are available in two and three piece.
Special package offer which includes a suit, shirt, tie and belt all for €189.
Anyone who purchases a suit in EJ Menswear over the Summer period, will be entered into our mega draw to have their college fees paid for, worth €2,500. You can nominate a friend or family member to win the fantastic prize.
The big sale continues for the next few weeks so why not drop into EJ Menswear and pick something stylish to wear during the lovely summer sunshine.
EJ Menswear is housed in the magnificent old bank building in Grattan St,Sligo.The huge building provides ejs with 10,000sq ft of retail space, along with features that could grace any of the world’s major cities.