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Ralph Lauren, J.Crew, and More Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

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If you haven't yet, now is really the time to begin your holiday shopping. If you sat Black Friday and/or Cyber Monday out (or bought something for yourself instead — no judgement), there are, as always, still ways to get some nice gifts on sale.

A lot of the big brands (like Ann Taylor and J.Crew) have begun their sale-on-sale sales, and the department stores are continuing to discount merchandise from those earliest fall drops that hit stores over the summer. A few gift ideas we're really digging right now: this Stackable Ring Set from Eddie Borgo for $72, a Loeffler Randall Crossbody Pouch for $105, and this J.Press Charcoal Crewneck Sweater for $147. For more, see our list below. —Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director


Ann Taylor: Take up to 50% off select sale styles, including sweaters, blouses, boots, skirts, and pants. A few favorites: the Ribbed Bell Sleeve Tunic Sweater ($64.99) and the Notched Wool Blend Moto Jacket ($129.99).

Misha Nonoo: If you spend $500 this weekend, you can take $200 off your order with the code GIFT200, which is a really good deal if you're able to spend $300 at a minimum. Some suggestions on how to get there: The Carlotta Dress, which is perfect for holiday parties so long as you don't mind a short hemline, is $395, and the Loulou Mini Skirt is $265.

H&M: The retailer's big winter sale is in full swing, so now's the best time to stock up on a bunch of stuff. Take 60% off this Fitted Dress ($24.99), this Long Satin Maxi (also $24.99), and this leaf-printed jumpsuit ($17.99).

J.Crew: There are two different deals going on right now at J.Crew: an additional 30% off sale, or 40% off your entire order of $200 or more, with the code PRESENTS. There's so much to sift through, but our top picks include this Ruffle-Sleeve Top ($39.99 before an additional discount), the Ultra-Wide Leg Chino Pant ($99.99 before an additional discount), and the Classic Denim Jacket ($108 before an additional discount).

Lisa Says Gah: Take 50% off of an array of items, including the Maryam Nassir Zadeh Clara T-Shirt ($34.50) and the Come For Breakfast Satin Culottes ($170).

All Saints: Take up to 40% off for the brand's end-of-season sale. The discount excludes leather and outerwear, but there are still some great things to shop, including a great selection of sweaters.

Loeffler Randall: Final sale selections are 40% off; the sale includes tall boots, ankle boots, loafers, pumps, and more. The Astrid Flat Zip Booties are $215, and the Brett Over-The-Knee Boots are $375.

Neiman Marcus: Take an extra 20% off all sale prices for deals up to 60% off. These Ash Elisa Over-the-Knee Boots are $142, and the Rag & Bone Newbury Boots in Asphalt are $346.

Totokaelo: Brands like Off-White, Dries Van Noten, and Acne Studios are discounted up to 40% off. These MM6 Maison Margiela Indigo Rinse Slim Denim jeans are $198, and this Eckhaus Latta Red Static Lapped Turtleneck is $105.


J.Press: Prep staples like speckled Donegal Crew Neck sweaters ($147), Fair Isle sweaters ($147), and Cable Crew Neck sweaters ($105) are 40% off at J.Press this holiday season.

Ralph Lauren: Great gifts are 40% off at Ralph Lauren through December 11th so long as you use the code JOY at checkout. Knock a couple people off your gift list by grabbing these Cashmere Polo Bear Socks (will be $18), a cozy Shawl-Collar Robe (will be $51) or some beautiful Yarmond Suede Moccasin Slippers (will be $90).

Oki-Ni: There are still good things left at Oki-Ni's fall/winter 2016 sale, where you can find items discounted up to 50% off. Don't miss the Our Legacy Long-Sleeved Velour T-shirt ($103), these A.P.C. Black Elastique Chelsea Boots ($318), or this Stutterheim Stockholm Raincoat ($117).

Blue Button Shop: Canada's Blue Button Shop also wants to give you 50% off its sale items. That means weird Japanese brands as well as nice well-made clothing for winter can be yours on the cheap(er). Try this Rulezpeeps (my favorite new brand name) Smilewool Jacket ($200) for the former and an Elbow Patch Waffle Sweater ($174) for the latter.

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