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If quirkiness were an Olympic sport, ModCloth would easily be a 3-time gold medalist. The San Francisco-based brand is unstoppable when it comes to unique, vintage-inspired clothing. They put the “twee” in “tweed,” and they’regiving you an extra 20% off sale when you use the code MORE4U.
You could get one of everything to redo your entire wardrobe at the J.Crew Factory 50% off sale and still have money left over to grab dinner in your new duds. And when I say 50% off, I mean 50% off pretty much everything in the store.
Use the code TOPS and the pin 8032 at Lands’ End and get 40% off all tops. This includes all the sweaters, button downs, blouses, and polos you could possibly want or need. Maybe get 2 of everything while you’re at it.
So, it seems that Ann Taylor has broken their own mold and gone super trendy. I’m definitely not mad at it (though, my mom might be). If you want to give them another chance, their Semi-Annual going on right now is the best time to do it.
I’m not judging you if you forgot Dockers existed (I sure did) but when you use the code EXTRA40, you get 40% off already reduced sale items. And this sale has all the bread0and0butter pieces that Dockers does best, including khakis and shorts.
There are those that like the heat, and those that like the cold. I, for one, am the latter. I cannot wait for the temperature to drop to a more appropriate 50 or so. If you’re already ready for summer to be over like me, head over to Patagoniaand grab their Nano Puff Winter Jackets (and other styles) for 30% off.
ASOS’ site went down a few days ago for maintenance (in the midst of their 50% off sale, nonetheless) and to say thanks for sticking with them, they’re giving you 10% off everything on the site when you use the code BIGTHANKS10.
Buy a single pair of sandals, instantly get 20% off at Lord & Taylor. Buy two, 30%. Buy three pairs and get 40% off. Plus, as of right now, you can use the code FOURTH to get extra 20% off (even though it says you can’t).
No shame if you haven’t heard of Sigma, but just as a quick FYI, one of your favorite beauty bloggers probably uses at least 2-3 products from them. Their brushes are perfect (the Flat Kabuki is the #1 best seller). Trust me, you’re gonna want to stock up. Plus, if you sign up for their newsletter, you get an extra 10% off.
The Richmond, VA (and now Shibuya, Japan!) shop for everything trendy and cool is having a sweet Summer sale. They’ve chosen a plethora of styles, with everything from apparel to housewares to beauty products, and are giving you 25% off when you use the code SUMMERTIME. Summertime, and the livin’s easy.
Pride Weekend may be over, but it’s still the summer, and it’s about to get consistently too hot to move. So, don’t move. Stay in bed and enjoy yourself with 20% off at Babeland in celebration of Pride. Use the code PRIDE1516 and get your new favorite toy.
Once again, The Outnet is here to save the day (or really, your closet. Your wallet might end up hating you). Get an extra 30% off at checkout on an insane amount of designer clothing. With prices that you need to do a double-take at, it’s gonna be hard not to pass this one up.
It’s no secret that the best pieces of easy, summer attire can be found at American Eagle. Stock up on everything from your next favorite dress to that pair of shorts you’ve been needing since last summer, with 25-60% off summer staples.
If you’ve never tried a Kiehl’s product, you are sincerely missing out on something really amazing. Everything I’ve ever tried from them has stayed in my skincare rotation (hello, Tumeric and Cranberry Seed Face Masque and Midnight Recovery Concentrate, how I love thee) and I stock up regularly. So, if you’re not in the vicinity of a store, use the code SHIPNOW for free shipping.
To celebrate Independence, Day Joss & Main is giving you an extra 15% off with the code 4THOFJULY. Get all the things! You need that wreath made out of fake succulents. You’ll get complimented on having some semblance of an Adult living space. Your mom will be proud that you know how to spell ottoman.
PacSun is having a buy 2 get 50% off sale and I’m having intense middle school flashbacks of dousing myself in Lilu perfume and wearing trucker hats with my studded belt turned to the side. They’re also having a BOGO half off on women’s and men’s shorts, guy’s boardshorts, and women’s tops and basic tees.
Even if you’re not feeling the hippy-dippy, free spirit vibe that Free People is known for, you can find some pretty righteous (yeah, I went there) pieces. With an extra 25% off on all sale items, you’ve got to feel the love on something, right?
Aldo is pretty reliable when it comes to on-trend shoes that won’t hurt your wallet (or your feet). With the 50% off sale going on right now, you can try all the weird styles you’ve been wanting to, but without spending way too much money for something that you’ll probably laugh at in 6 months.
When Anthropolgie has a sale, you jump as quickly as you can. It’s not often you can get affordable housewares, clothing, shoes and accessories that would make any Pinterest page enviable. Enjoy up to 50% off sale items right now.
L.L. Bean may be the most frequented shop when it comes to winter boots, but they make other great things, trust me. There’s enough in their summer sale to outfit you for every single season for the next few years.
If you’ve never heard of Sweaty Betty, you’re gonna learn today. The London-based athletic-wear brand has pretty much every thing you could possibly need to work out and look great doing it. With the sale going on right now, get athleisure (and actual athletic clothing) for up to 50% off.
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