Malford of London: an
e-store to remember…


Malford of London: an e-store to remember…


For a few years, we have been witnessing the almost weekly emergence of online shops dedicated to end of lines and overstock by the great names of masculine style.

Of course, exponential growth goes hand in hand with an offer varying in quality, selection, sizes available (often the least common in men are the most often find in such points) and of course, price.

Allow us to turn the PG spotlight on a very interesting e-store that can already be called a classic in its field, as it has been online since 2007 : Malford of London.

The London based e-shop offers, not unexpectedly, the overstock of prestigious labels at prices discounted between 20 % and 75 %!

Its virtual shelves are stocked with classics like Paul Smith, Richard James, Ralph Lauren and Drakes, but also names generally unseen in the catalogues of hard discounters of masculine style, including legendary Italian knit specialist Ballantyne, maker of world-famous cashmeres and superb flannel and cashmere jackets.

Take a PG look at our selection of (very) good deals currently for sale in an e-shop we will not fail to include in our favorites for bargains on Paul Smith, Harrods, Gant, Gieves & Hawkes and Ballantyne.

Two piece single-breasted pure wool suit – Paul Smith.

Retail price: 820 euro. Malford price: 312 euro

Wool and cashmere sports jacket – Harrods.

Retail price: 630 euro. Malford price: 250 euro

Tweed sports jacket – Gieves & Hawkes.

Retail price: 1,200 euro. Malford price: 600 euro

Linen suit – Gieves & Hawkes.

Retail price: 870 euro. Malford price: 250 euro

Camel hair coat – Gant

Retail price: 930 euro. Malford price: 360 euro

And here is the PG’s deal of the week. A magnificent 100% cashmere Ballantyne sports jacket adorned with fantastic incrusted leather buttons. This solid sartorial piece is offered by Malford at a tremendous price.

Retail price: 2,250 euro. Malford price: 580 euro

You will find the website here : Malford of London.

Cheers, HUGO