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Positive Ways to Spend Your Money This Weekend (and Some Great Sales Too)

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Every Friday, we round up the best online sales going on through the weekend; you'll find those below. But we also want to call your attention to this list of organizations that could really use donations right now, from Planned Parenthood to the ACLU.

There are a couple other productive ways to spend your money this weekend, which we've also included below. Kaelen is donating all profits for the next week to the charity of your choice, and there's a bunch of cool stuff you can buy to support Planned Parenthood

And if you aren't able to donate, here's another really simple way to show your solidarity. —The Racked Staff

The Online Sales to Shop This Weekend
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Men's Picks

East Dane: Shop a whole bunch of sale picks at East Dane, including Native Youth Meteor Trousers ($63), a Larose slubby wool hat ($119), the MKI Classic Varsity Jacket ($146), the Isaora Flight Jacket ($381), and Carven's Blackwatch Overcoat ($623).

END.: Enjoy a 70% off discount on select items, including great pieces that fit in the "wardrobe building block" category. That includes the Norse Projects Anton Oxford Shirt ($115), A.P.C. Slim Pocket Chinos ($99), the Maison Margiela 14 Compass Melange Crew Sweater ($235), and Our Legacy Classic Sneaker ($169).

Gap: So many items from Gap's annual collaboration with designers hand-picked by GQ have hit the sale section, like John Elliott's Layered Tee ($29.99), the Saturdays NYC Waffle Tee ($39.99), a Steven Alan Wool Coat ($199), and a Michael Bastian Chunky Cardigan ($119). Check out the bags from Alan ($139), Bastian ($69.99), and Saturdays ($84.99), which would all be perfect for holiday travel.

Totokaelo: The high-end retailer is taking the sting out of big purchases this weekend by offering 20% off orders over $500 with the code NOVEMBER20, 25% off orders over $750 with the code NOVEMBER25, and 30% off orders over $1,000 with the code NOVEMBER30. The sale section includes pieces from Dries Van Noten ($365), Acne ($92), and Our Legacy ($87).

Women's Picks

For Love & Lemons: Take 40% off all orders (with the exception of sale and new arrivals) with the code Merci beginning on Sunday and running for an entire week. Categories include women's dresses, tops, and bottoms; a lot of knitwear; and lingerie sets.

Aldo: Shoes and accessories are all buy one, get one 40% off — which means now would be the time to knock out any final shoe shopping you might need to do this year. A few good new arrivals: the Leissa navy blue suede thigh-high boots ($240) and the Fresa high-ankle boots ($130).

Bloomingdale's: There's a big "private" sale going on now at Bloomingdale's right now; through Sunday, take $25 off "almost every $100 you spend" on select regular-priced items (here's the lengthy fine print). And, if at some point in time you signed up for the store credit card, you get a $25 reward card for every $100 you spend.

Sephora: Sephora's VIB sale started for Rogue shoppers this week, but tomorrow, it's open to regular VIBs (here's the breakdown on what all that means, and how to become one). Once it starts, VIBs will be able to take 20% off everything.

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Kaelen Is Donating All Proceeds to Black Lives Matter, Planned Parenthood, and Other Groups
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In the hours following Tuesday’s election, the millions of Americans who did not wish to see Donald Trump take office have protested, cried, and sought comfort in friends, family, coworkers, and strangers. They’ve been working out the reality of our political situation in ways that are as individual as their identities, because the reality of a Trump presidency means something different for everyone and their personal safety.

Donating to organizations that benefit groups and causes under threat by Trump and his supporters is a good and comparatively straightforward thing to do right now. In light of that, the New York-based brand Kaelen is donating 100 percent of all proceeds from items purchased on its website to 14 organizations — each customer gets to pick where his or her money goes.

Kaelen’s campaign starts tonight at midnight and runs for a full week through Friday, November 18th. To motivate shoppers, everything is 75 percent off for both current and past seasons, and we’d be remiss not to note that there are some really fantastic floral coats, silk lamé pleated skirts, and bell sleeve tops available.

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Here’s the Rad Stuff You Can Buy to Support Planned Parenthood
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Tuesday’s jarring election results have left many wondering what’s to come on issues like climate change, marriage equality, and immigration — not to mention the basic rights, safety, and dignity of marginalized communities.

Also at stake: reproductive rights. Donald Trump has promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act, potentially robbing women of affordable birth control. He’s also threatened to defund Planned Parenthood, the almost century-old organization that’s essential for women’s health. Both of these vows pose serious threats to the reproductive care, contraception, and screenings for STIs, breast cancer, and cervical cancer so many need.

So a number of artists and designers have taken up arms in the best way they know how: by funneling proceeds directly to Planned Parenthood.

It’s very much needed — President Obama’s recent move to protect the organization from defunding is not guaranteed. As donations for Planned Parenthood have poured in this week, the organization has vowed to use them to keep its doors open and advocate. “It's clear this [outpouring] is a reflection of the fact that reproductive rights were absolutely on the ballot in this election, and people are determined to stand up and fight back,” said a Planned Parenthood spokesperson.

If you want to fight too, consider supporting artists and getting cool stuff in the process. Read on for a few of our favorite wares benefiting Planned Parenthood.

See all the cool stuff you can buy to support PP here >>
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