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The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend
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This weekend, the sale section at Sincerely, Tommy is up to 50% off; Gap is offering 40% off full-price merchandise with a special code; and clothing and accessories at Anaise are up to 60% off. Plus, sale prices at Revolve Clothing are as low as $12.

End summer on a high note with a ton of sales, below.

Asos: Up to 70% off select items spanning dozens of pages, with categories like outerwear, knits, sneakers, jumpsuits, and more.

Avenue 32: Up to 80% off select items, like Carven leather boots, bucket bags from 3.1 Phillip Lim and Sonia Rykiel, and denim by M.I.H. Jeans and Frame Denim.

Covet + Lou: Up to 75% off at the site's warehouse sale with womenswear from Eden, Rodebjer, and Kowtow.

Creatures of Comfort: Up to 50% off select items, including tops, bottoms, and dresses from the in-house line that are under $200 and a solid selection of swimwear from Lisa Marie Fernandez and Laura Urbinati.

La Garçonne: Up to 60% off select items, including tops from Proenza Schouler, sandals from Isabel Marant, and outerwear by Marni.

Lisa Says Gah: Up to 50% off select spring and summer items, like Maryam Nassir Zadeh sandals, outerwear by Rachel Comey and Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, and dresses by Toit Volant and Shakuhachi.

Need Supply: Sale on spring and summer items, including a selection that includes 500+ pieces across categories like intimates, shoes, swimwear, and bottoms.

Opening Ceremony: Up to 50% off select items spanning 90+ pages, including the Opening Ceremony x Teva platform sandals, Y-Project trousers, and platform mules by Giueseppe Zanotti.

Revolve: Spring and summer items are marked down with prices starting at $12.

Shopbop: Up to 70% off select items shoes, accessories, bags, and women's ready-to-wear, spanning dozens of pages.

Sincerely, Tommy: Up to 50% off select items, including a suede vest by Beaufille and an ivory bucket bag by Building Block.

The Dreslyn: Up to 70% off select items, including Ulla Johnson and One Teaspoon shoes, Helmut Lang pants, and much more.

Topshop: Up to 70% off select items, featuring basics like tanks, bodycon dresses, swimwear, sandals and more.

Woolrich: Up to 50% off select items, including women's and men's summer styles.

See our full list of sales here >>
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How to Strategically Shop MAC’s Selena Collection
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The story of how MAC’s Selena collection came to be is a tale of perseverance and fandom 20 years in the making. Last year, fans lobbied the cosmetics company — and even started a Change.org petition — to produce a collection honoring the late, beloved Mexican-American singer, who was murdered in 1995. MAC listened, and now the collection is on the cusp of launching.

If internet excitement is anything to go on, it’s going to sell out quickly. Here’s everything you need to know to shop it.

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The collection

In total, the Selena collection is composed of 13 pieces. There are three lipsticks, each for $18: Dreaming of You, a wine matte; Como La Flor, a cherry red with a smooth, semi-matte finish; and Amor Prohibido, a pinkish-brown glaze finish.

There are five eye shadow singles, for $17 each: Is It the Beat, a matte black; No Me Queda Mas, a warm brown matte; Missing My Baby, a matte pink beige; Fotos y Recuerdos, a satin pink; and Selena, a pearlized violet.

There’s a blush duo called Techno Cumbia ($29) that includes a bronzer and a matte pink blush, and an online-only Lipglass ($17) called Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, which MAC describes as “bubblegum pink with silver pearl.”

The collection is rounded out by a liquid eye liner ($21) in Boot Black (a pre-existing shade), Opulash Mascara ($18) in black, and a powder brush ($35).

What to Snag

Selena was known for her signature red lipstick, and the two reds included in this collection are very good. Como La Flor is an orangey red and Dreaming of You is a perfect dark wine shade. The blush/bronzer duo will also likely go quickly, if only because it’s stamped with the word “Selena” directly on the powder.

important dates

September 28th: If you’re a MAC Select Obsessed or Devoted member (meaning you’re in one of the top two tiers of MAC’s loyalty program), you’ll get early access to shop the collection in a little under two weeks.

October 1st: The collection launches online at maccosmetics.com.

October 6th: The collection hits MAC stores and will be available through November 17th, or whenever it sells out. ¡Buena suerte!

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