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It was 50 degrees this morning in NYC and if that doesn’t get you excited for sweater weather, I don’t know what will. H&M is marking down this chunky knit sweater that’s perfect for any cool weather activity to only $13. You can get all four colors for the price of one, probably really itchy, designer sweater.
Need a new beauty brand to obsess over for the fall? Try Algenist. This biotech brand from San Francisco is most known for their insane range of anti-aging products, but they also have some spectacular makeup lines as well. And right now, take 30% off the entire site when you use the code FF30.
If you’re in need of some new furnishings, grab any two curtains from Urban Outfitters and get 25%. Spruce up your living room or finally put curtains on your bedroom window so you stop showing your neighbors way too much of yourself.
Here’s a dirty little secret YETI doesn’t want you to know: All of those vacuum-insulated stainless steel cups are basically the exact same thing. So instead of dropping $30 on a Rambler, spend $15 on this Homitt alternative, which includes a handle, a lid, and two stainless steel drinking straws.
It won’t make your cat love you—nothing ever will—but this automatic laser toy will at least keep her occupied when you don’t have time to play. At $11, it’s never been cheaper.
I actually own the DART from the same company, and my cat goes nuts over it.
Steaming your clothes might not get them as crisp as ironing, but it does a decent enough job in a fraction of the time, and for $16, why not? It’s even small enough to pack away in your suitcase.
Alternative Apparel is one of those brands that is perfect for basics, if only it were a few bucks cheaper. Well, with their Sale-Ebration going on right now, grab up to 75% off select styles, including tees, sweatshirts, dresses, button-downs and a lot more. Get ready to get comfy.
Once again, ASOS is helping you get ready for fall and saving you money at the same time. Take 25% off “layering” pieces, which includes jackets, sweaters, and jeans (for some reason). There are a few pairs of shoes and accessories thrown in there for good measure as well.
The ModCloth sale on dresses not one to pass up. Take 20% off a slew of dresses when you use the code DRESSPLZ at checkout. Get really, really awesome pieces for whatever occasion you have coming up, or just for wearing to brunch.
It’s been proven time and time again that Old Navy is the perfect place to stock up on style staples. Right now, they’re taking up to 50% off the entire store. That includes dresses, jeans, sweaters and activewear.
If you haven’t gotten on board with Canadian retailer Joe Fresh, you’re missing out on quality, affordable basics. Right now, take 25% off all accessories and shoes with the code STEPINTOFALL25, which brings prices into the H&M realm (without the questionable craftsmanship).
Tommy Hilfiger has been all the rage right now after launching a collaboration with Gigi Hadid. The All-American brand is taking all that attention and forcing its way into your closet, especially with a 30% off sale on all shoes and accessories (including sale styles). Use the code MYBAG30 and get a piece of americana in your wardrobe.
An End of Summer sale may seem naught since it is now officially fall, but getting 20% off at All Saints makes it worth it. Use the code PROMO20 and grab a discount on a bunch of styles from head to toe.
Anthropologie consistently churns out adorable clothing, and with an extra 30% off sale, you can also look consistently adorable. Don’t forget about the home goods as well; they have low-key amazing decor.
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Aerie has kind of dominated the easy, simple undergarments space for a while now (not to mention the anti-Photoshop pledge). So when they have 2-for-$35 sale on sports bras and bralettes, you’d better believe my cart has 14 things in it.
Another huge sale from Timbuk2 brings a ton of their excellent bags down to hard-to-resist levels. All custom bags (if you didn’t know you could get a custom bag, now you do) are 20% off. Check out all the styles you can choose from here.
So, how do you redeem your discount? Start with your base bag, whether it’s their new Folsom Laptop Backpack, or the ever-popular Classic Messenger Bag. Then hit the customize button and go to town making your own one-of-a-kind Timbuk2 bag. Show us your designs in the comments.
Designer shoes could be on your horizon. Sakes Off 5th is knocking off 20% on select styles from Helmut Lang, Charlotte Olympia, Catherine Malindrino and more. Use the code CUTESHOES and say hello to your new favorite pair of shoes.
Today’s weather in New York may not seem like it’s very fun (Humid. Overcast. No thank you), but this week is perfect for getting outside and going for a run. What better way to celebrate the nice weather than and extra 25% off Under Armour Outlet styles, plus free shipping on everything.
Looking for a new toy is always a guessing game, but with 20% off 4 and 5 star products at Babeland when you use the code RAVES, you already know these are tested, tried, and true.
Now is the time to jump on the Mango bandwagon. If you’re sick of how weirdly trendy Zara has gotten, to the point where you can’t even go in there without wanting to strangle someone with an off-the-shoulder blouse, this up to 30& off sale is for you.
Athleisure is still huge this fall, and you can get in on the trend for less if you head over to Finish Line. Not only are they having their huge End of Season sale, but there’s an extra 30% off clearance styles. Grab huge savings on everything from fashionable sneakers to Stella McCartney’s Adidas collab.
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