Zamage’s Blowout Sale receives stellar response even from the cost-conscious

Zamage is offering styles for men at surprisingly affordable prices

Zamage's Blowout Sale receives stellar response even from the cost-conscious
Zamage's Blowout Sale receives stellar response even from the cost-conscious

Being able to stock your wardrobe without having to smash your piggy bank will always be an appealing concept. Online men’s clothing brand Zamage is currently running their blowout sale, hoping to provide style-savvy options for every budget. The blowout sale has been receiving positive feedback online, sale hunters have been sharing their Zamage looks on social media, and the attention that the sale has received is tempting even cost-conscious shoppers.

The Zamage blowout sale is keeping looks relevant while giving enjoyable nods to bright 90s fashion. Attention has been paid online to the “Money dreams graffiti skinny jeans.” The jeans are splashed with graffiti lettering in bright reds, blues, and greens. The bright primary-color aesthetics with bubble lettered words give a Hip Hop Graffiti vibe, but the skinny fit keeps the style contemporary. They are being offered by Zamage at savings of 22%, having been slashed from $45.00 to $35.00. Other jeans that are on offer in the blowout sale include a classic pair of faded blue jeans.

The “Standard fade, skinny fit, denim blue wash” jeans are an appealing and cost-effective way to add a casual staple to your wardrobe. The jeans are currently available on the Zamage site at a saving of 47% having been reduced from $45.00 to $23.99. Zamage founder, Zachary Sheaffer, says of the blowout sale, “The blowout sale offers wardrobe staples that can be styled for casual daytime looks or nighttime styles.”

Zachary Sheaffer founded Zamage in 2004. It began as a small retail store in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, that sold t-shirts and accessories with a focus on men’s fashion. Zamage has since expanded online with more ranges and styles being released regularly; the hip-hop, gym style, and street looks are well represented. Sheaffer says of the Zamage style aesthetic, “These are looks that can take you from the gym to pre-drinks. Zamage offers clothing that’s stylishly comfortable.” The clothing store persevered during the recession of 2008 and rose to popularity and prominence when the online shopping craze became a steady way of life.

Saving money while looking good will always be an attractive concept. Thankfully, there are online stores that offer Instagram-ready looks at an affordable cost.


Written by DN News Desk

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