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BCBG, Rachel Comey, and More Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

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This Weekend's Best Online Sales

It’s been a long couple months leading up to this holiday weekend — scrolling from gift guide to gift guide, shuffling through crowded stores, and for the procrastinators, giving in to those rush delivery fees — but with all of the gifting worry (hopefully) in the past, it’s finally time to treat yourself.

Whether you still need the perfect outfit to ring in the new year, or want to know where you’ll get the most for your presumed Christmas money, we’ve rounded up the best sales to shop this weekend. Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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For your last-minute New Year’s Eve outfit

Take an extra 40% off of all clearance at BCBG, where you’ll find the Brinne Turtleneck Top for $69. Or, for up to 50% off on partywear and footwear, head over to River Island. This great Pleated Midi-Dress is now $34, and this men’s Velvet Bomber Jacket is $70 in select colors.

Newcomer Lily Ashwell is also hosting a flash sale just for NYE, offering 25% off party dresses and party separates with the code HELLO2017. Top picks include the Rosa Silk Skirt for $236.25 and the Aurora Dress for $337.50. This sale ends tonight, though, so move fast!

For something a bit fancier, head to Halston Heritage and take 30% off everything with the code SITEWIDE. Specifically, look out for the Origami Fold Ponte Dress ($206.50) and the Satin Slip Dress With Chain Piping ($241.50).

For menswear

Steven Alan is offering 25% off all sale items in store and online with the code 25FORALL. A couple good picks: the Won Hundred Abel Jacket for $204.75, and this Carhartt Wip Accent Sweater for $66.

Take 50% off select items at Scotch & Soda, including this really great Melange Sweater for $49 and these basic slim-fit Stuart Chinos for $63 in select colors.

If you need to stock up on any classic button-downs or sweaters, head to Odin. The brand currently has a slew of options from Acne Studios, like this Isherwood Pop Shirt for $149, and Comme des Garçons, including this Pattern Button Down Shirt for $259.

For the boutique dweller

In Support Of is hosting a sale of up to 70% off select fall 2016 and spring/summer 2016 items, and while most stuff is still fairly expensive, you’ll definitely be getting a great deal. Case in point: This CF. Goldman Vest Dress that was originally $700 is now $280.

If you’re in need of sweaters and warmer tops, head to Bird for 40% off tons of stuff, including this Acne Carly Print Check Sweatshirt for $179.

Assembly New York is also offering up to 40% off on select womenswear and menswear clearance selections. A few good buys: this Assembly New York Business Stripe Coverall for $297, and this men’s Neuba Short Sleeve Collarless Shirt for $117.

For great accessories

Take 40% off sale at Rachel Comey this weekend, and if you’re not looking to spend more than $200, the accessories are your best bet. This great hand-crocheted Ring Cap is now $117.60, and the Clue Crossbody Bag is now $165.60.

All the big online retailers are offering huge discounts this weekend, too. At Shopbop, you’ll find up to 70% off on final sale and up to 60% off of regular clearance items. The (huge) Chunky Knit Muffler Scarf from Kate Spade is $68.60 in select colors, and these Michael Michael Kors Adams Monk Strap Booties are marked down to $67.50 in khaki (down from $225) and $112.50 in black.

Net-a-Porter is also offering up to 70% off. Check out this Kara Woven Leather Backpack, down to $298 from $595, and these all-over baby pink Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers for $50 (down from $100).

Saks Fifth Avenue is hosting a designer sale up to 60% off, and the bags are especially worth checking out. This Elizabeth and James Crossbody Bag is $118, and this Furla Candy Cookie Satchel is $173.60.

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Zoe Vine Millie Hummingbird Dress, $75

I have a stack of winter dresses in the back of my closet that I can't wear any other time of year. You know exactly the kind: black and red, dripping in sequins and sparkles, laced with ribbons or covered in velvet patterns. While perfect for chilly outings, they’re totally out of place anywhere other than your family holiday get-together.

This year, in an effort to not add to my gift-shopping bills, I decided to go less "confetti" and more "partridge in a pear tree" with a patterned dress that I could rebelliously wear again. Enter the gorgeous Millie Dress from Zoe Vine. The tea length-skirt and three-quarter sleeves are decidedly retro and unique, but make it easy to transition to winter with a pair of tights, low boots, and a faux fur wrap.

And while the hummingbird pattern is dramatic — but muted enough for winter partying — the dress is equally eye-catching in the spring, especially with that stunner of a low back. It's rare to find a dress that's both Secret Santa and summer birthday party, and oh — it's on sale right now, too. Annemarie Dooling, director of programming

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