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The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend

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The Best Online Sales to Shop This Weekend
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Some of this weekend's best sales are on the summer merchandise still lingering around — for example, this Lou & Grey caftan is just a little over twenty bucks! — but there are also great deals on fall, too.

Both J.Crew and The Dreslyn are offering flat percentages off online orders, so you can put that toward stuff like sweaters, denim, outerwear, and more. Or, hit up La Garçonne and Opening Ceremony for light, sleeveless dresses. See those and more below.

Genuine People: Up to 70% off selected styles, including pleated midi skirts, jeans, knit sweaters, blouses, and more.

J. Crew: Take 25% off online orders of $150 or more with the code BESTDRESSED (ends Friday, September 23rd).

La Garçonne: Markdowns on womenswear, including a deep selection of summer dresses, from brands like The Row, Moderne, A Detacher, Jacquemus, Raquel Allegra, and more.

Lou & Grey: Take an extra 40% off on select sale merchandise, including tees, tanks, beach coverups, summer dresses, and more.

Need Supply: Discounts on Jeffrey Campbell shoes, like the Bitsie and Farrow, both now $107, and tops by C/MEO Collective and Ganni.

Opening Ceremony: Markdowns on brands like Kenzo, Pleats Please Issey Miyake, Rachel Comey, T by Alexander Wang, and more.

The Dreslyn: Take 20% off with the code FALL.

The Outnet: New arrivals from Dolce & Gabbana, Etoile Isabel Marant, Halston Heritage, Valentino, and more.

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The merchandising at H&M makes it pretty clear what the “good stuff” is; while stretchy tanks and dresses are relegated to the far-off corners, and non-fashion denim is tucked away inside shelves, the collection pieces are arranged quite differently — think heavy spotlights and dead-center displays.

The fall lookbook for those pieces landed this week, and according to the release, the budget-friendly behemoth is aiming to “reclaim the word ladylike” through a combo of inherently feminine pieces and a crew of bad-ass campaign stars, like models Hari Nef and Adwoa Aboah.

The collection is stacked with bold pinstripes, oversized knits, and the season’s biggest silhouettes, like statement sleeves and midi-length skirts. Below, our four favorite looks that you can shop online and in stores right now.

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Left: blouse, $14.99; suit joggers, $29.99. Right: turtleneck, $19.99; skirt, $49.99; leather boots, $249; bucket bag/backpack, $34.99.

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Left: dress, $19.99; cap, $12.99. Right: turtleneck, $9.99; pants, $24.99; coat, $149.

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