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Breaking the Curse of the Election Day Outfit
by Jen Doll
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We chose our outfits so carefully on Election Day. “I wore one of my Nasty Woman tees, jeans, and a black sweater” a friend told me. “I wore the Jason Wu-designed Hillary T-shirt, black jeans, and a blazer,” shared another. “I wore my ‘Feminism Never Sleeps’ shirt because at the time it was my only shirt with a feminist slogan on it,” a third said.

As for me, I pulled on a favorite Madewell sweatshirt — one with a big heart on it — that I felt said it all.

Whether or not you had a special Election Day outfit, there is a certain sorrow to be found in googling “Election Day outfit” and finding a series of links that dramatically underscore the divide between “before” and “after.” All those things we’d embraced on November 8th: the all-white clothing in honor of suffragettes, the pantsuits, the Hillary tees, my sweatshirt (to say nothing of our hopes and dreams) — they belonged to the before, and were too painful to consider in the after.

Recently, though, I found myself missing that sweatshirt, left dormant in my closet since that night because looking at it brought up not only sad feelings, but also the uneasy sense that it might have been in some way cursed. Trump can’t take my favorite sweatshirt! I thought. And: Clothing can’t be cursed! Let’s be reasonable!

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This Weekend's Best Online Sales

If this week has felt 900 days long to you, know that everyone here at Racked feels the same way. The post-holiday shine has officially worn off, and the days will probably drag on like this until spring. But that’s too far away to be the light at the end of the tunnel, so consider participating in some hard-earned retail therapy this weekend — ideally between naps and wrapping yourself entirely in oversized knits — because you deserve it, and because the sales are just really good.

Retailers from e-comm giant Net-a-Porter to the indie boutique favorite Steven Alan are running good end-of-season deals — that one final push of merchandise before switching fully over to spring inventory. This means heavy discounts, and in a lot of cases, the last chance to buy certain styles. So in an effort to make sure you don’t miss them, we’ve rounded up where you can find the best markdowns this weekend in the list below.Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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Net-a-Porter: The OG e-comm site is hosting a final clearance sale over the weekend where you can tack on an extra 20% off on-sale items. Browsing Net-a-Porter’s sale section can feel like a black hole, so let us direct you: The highlights here are definitely the loungewear and lingerie selections. Both this insanely comfortable-looking sweater from Calvin Klein Underwear and this Eberjey soft jersey playsuit are now $36 (down from $90), and a whole slew of bras are in the mix, too, like this Hanky Panky chiffon bralette for $23.

Mango: The always-forgotten fast-fashion stop that some refer to as “kind of better than Zara” is having a huge sale this weekend, offering up to 70% off on nearly its entire selection. Specifically, there’s a ton of outerwear on sale, so if you’ve been wearing the same coat since October, this is the perfect opportunity to throw something new into the rotation. This camel trench is $69, and this faux shearling-lined parka is $79, down from $169.

LPA: The newest cool-girl (or almost-Kardashian) brand is finally having a worthwhile sale. Prices are still a bit steep — this floral blouse is $110, and this (really cute) silk satin wrap dress is $194 — but considering the original price tags, and the fact that this line is virtually never on sale, these are a steal. Also a great option if you were looking outside of your pre-existing wardrobe for a Valentine’s Day outfit, as everything from LPA screams “take me out.”

The Dreslyn: Okay, it seems like this mass sale-on-sale has been going on since Black Friday, but we’re absolutely not complaining. New markdowns are being added pretty consistently, and through the weekend you’ll be able to take an additional 15% off sale items, bringing a lot of the selection up to 75% off original prices. Pretty much everything is on sale — from clothing to beauty — but it’s the shoes that are the real win.

These gorgeous, all-over snakeskin Newbark Sabrina Mid-Heel Boots are $266, down from their former steep $785 price tag, and this update of the everyday heel from Intentionally Blank are $74. Use code TAKE15 at checkout.

Steven Alan: It’s the greatest time of year! End-of-season sales! Right now through the weekend, you can apply an additional 60% off all sale items, meaning huge discounts from brands like Rachel Comey, Suno, A.P.C., and so many more. Some stuff has already completely sold out, but there are still some serious deals available, like this Steven Alan Benglis Jumpsuit ($96, was $345), and these Maryam Nassir Zadeh Martina Slides ($114, was $408).

Assembly New York: While we’re here, let’s get even indie-er. Over at Assembly, the sale section boasts items over 50% off this weekend for both men and women. This CF. Goldman Faux Fur Mini Jacket is $494 (down from $1,235), and this men’s Rayon Plaid Poet Shirt is $98 (down from $245).

American Apparel: Last but certainly not least, following the announcement that it will soon be only but a memory, American Apparel continues its 40% off sitewide sale with the code TAKE40. And this weekend is probably your last chance to get any of the Good Stuff before everything is picked over and sold out.

May we suggest the stocking up on the classic Unisex Flex Fleece Zip Up Hoodie? It’s current promo is three for $99, but after the discount, that’s down to $59.40. Other highlights include the High Waisted Jean (was $90, now $54), the Cropped Fisherman Pullover (was $76, now $45), the Unisex Fine Jersey Pocket T-Shirt (was $22, now $13.20), and that Unisex Circle Scarf you definitely had once upon a time, now $36 for three.

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Tracking the Style and Symbolism of the Inauguration
Donald and Melania Trump at the inauguration.

Clothing can send a message — especially in politics.

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Big-boobed girls share a bond.

Well, two bonds. There is the bond of life experience, of having to forgo unflattering middle school trends like babydoll tops and polo shirts, of desperately trying to find bathing suits that don’t make you look like a porn star, of constantly avoiding men’s leery stares.

Then there is the bond of, well, actual bondage: taking thick stretchy fabric and strapping your boobs down before exercising.

Sports bras for big chests are no joke — or at least they shouldn’t be. Delicate shoulder straps and thin fabric do little to hold big breasts in when the burpees and jump-squats start.

That’s why the Juno Sports Bra by Brooks (formerly known as Moving Comfort) is so excellent for big-chested exercisers: It’s got thick shoulder straps that are wide and cushiony; a thick band of stretchy-but-tough fabric under the cups; and the back offers both a racerback and a regular hook-and-eye bra closure, so you’re really strapped in. The cups are only slightly molded — just enough so your boobs stay in place, but not so much that they’re not pressed securely against your chest.

Admittedly, this bra has one drawback. The straps are adjustable by Velcro, meaning after too many months of wear-and-tear, they’re susceptible to coming loose while working out.

But by that point, that’s probably a sign you should replace it anyway — or you can do like me and just reinforce it with a massive safety pin and call it a day. —Ellie Krupnick, managing editor

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