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Farfetch, Asos, and More Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend
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This weekend, Reformation's bi-annual sale hits 70% off, and ASOS is offering up a promo code for 10% off sale items that are already 70% off. If you feel like digging, Canadian boutique Coup is closing up shop, and the few things left are up to 90% off. And if not, head straight to Creatures of Comfort and Farfetch, where discounts are up to 70% off.

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& Other Stories: Up to 70% off select items

Anthropologie: Extra 25% off sale items

Asos: Extra 10% off the up-to-70%-off sale with code MOREPLEASE

Bloomingdale's: 15% off purchase with promo code FASHFUND, through 8/28

Coup Boutique: Up to 90% off everything with promo code LASTBYE

Farfetch: Up to 70% off select items

Lancome: 20% off any order with code FRIENDS, through 8/27

Lane Bryant: Up to 75% off select items

No.6: Up to 60% off select items

Need Supply: Sale on spring and summer items

Nonna: Up to 60% off select items

Opening Ceremony: Up to 70% off select items

Reformation: Up to 70% off during bi-annual sale

Rag & Bone: 25% off summer sale items with code SUMMER25

Rent The Runway: Up to 90% off retail prices

Stone Cold Fox: Up to 80% off select items

Swords-Smith: Select spring and summer items on sale

Veda: Up to 40% off select items with additional 30% off sale with code THISISVEDA30

Zady: Up to 60% off select items

Is Reformation Deliberately Choosing Models That Look Like Famous People?

In a world in which everyone from beloved Olympic swimmers to potential First Ladies lie to us and nothing is as it seems, we can at least be certain of one irrefutable truth: Reformation, the culty, eco-conscious brand beloved by Taylor Swift and your hottest friend, absolutely, definitely, 100% chooses its models based on how much they look like particular famous people.

Like all great realizations, this one came to me via Gchat. When a friend messaged to ask whether she should buy the Mina dress, I found myself fixating not on the dress (which is perfectly lovely!), but instead on how suspiciously the model wearing it looked like Minka Kelly, which then reminded me how much Minka Kelly looks like Leighton Meester, which of course then sidetracked me into remembering the movie The Roommate existed and is based around this exact premise. But this model did not look like Leighton Meester, she looked specifically like Minka.


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