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Club Monaco, Anthropologie, and More Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

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Five Really Good Sales to Shop This Weeekend
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Now that it's the end of October, markdowns have hit the first early batches of fall merchandise that arrived in stores over the summer — because sometimes, fashion's wacky schedule works in your favor. We did some digging and found five sales that we think are definitely worth shopping for the stuff you might actually need: sweaters, coats, bags, shoes, and one really great jumpsuit.

Intermix: New markdowns have been added to the retailer's sale page, and everything's also an extra 40% off. There are a lot of good holiday dresses and jumpsuits from brands like A.L.C.Ronny KoboCinq à Sept, and Nicholas, and jeans from M.i.h., FrameRag & Bone, and more.

Ann Taylor: Take an extra 40% to 50% off sale merchandise at Ann Taylor, too, which includes this great plum coat for $72 (was $228), tweed ankle-length pants for $45, and this knit skirt for just $20.

Spring: There are some pretty good picks over at the Spring sale section, like these Genuine People suede boots for $215, Levi's 711 skinny jeans for $25, a sporty Lacoste black bucket bag for $150, and a Foley + Corinna brown satchel bag for $125.

Club Monaco: Check out the new fall markdowns for women and men — nothing's cheap-cheap, but the added discount does take the sting out of a few pricey purchases, like the women's Agnes sweaters that are now $69 and this great rib-knit midi skirt for $99.

Anthropologie: The "fresh cuts" on Anthro's sale section right now include a solid selection of shoes, like light brown mules for $99, white d'Orsay clogs ($119), and these royal blue slides for $89. There's also an additional promo of 40% off spring and summer sale items.

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