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This Weekend's Best Online Sales

The official start of spring is just around the corner (well, technically 24 days). And while there’s still very real potential for snowfall in parts of the country, officially ringing in the season somehow makes shopping for warmer weather seem a whole lot less aggressive.

Whether you’re looking for a few new shirts to add into your rotation or need to stock up on bathing suits and dresses for a spring break trip, you might as well get them on sale now. Below, I’ve gathered a handful of sites offering some of the best markdowns this weekend where you can do just that and then some. Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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ASOS: Up to 60% off new spring styles. Thanks to ASOS, you can get a jumpstart on your spring wardrobe this weekend. The e-commerce giant is offering up to 60% off all its newest inventory — including denim, dresses, shoes, and accessories — from brands like Ganni and Cheap Monday.

J.Crew: Take an extra 50% off final sale styles with code SALETIME. This sale is awesome because, as always, J.Crew has you covered on all of the basics. Shop from a pretty wide selection of denim, shirt dresses, and separates, and even some swim to get in early.

Neiman Marcus: Up to 40% off sale items through Sunday. If you want to throw in some new warmer-weather pieces into your work wardrobe, here is where you can stock up. You’ll find super-wearable selections from brands like Vince and Theory in lighter fabrics and brighter colors.

Yoox: Up to an extra 80% off sale. This massive sale has already been picked through quite a bit, with limited sizes still available for most items. Still, current sales include Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, and more, so it’s worth digging through the 1,833 pages to find something in your size.

Calvin Klein: Take an extra 50% off sweaters and sweatshirts. It’s out with the old, in with the new as the Raf Simons era of Calvin Klein begins. Now through March 5th, take an extra 50% off the brand’s already-discounted sweaters and sweatshirts. Big highlight: There are a handful of ribbed sleeveless turtleneck knits in the mix here, which are perfect for the transition into warmer months, for under $35.

H&M: Up to 80% off; free shipping with purchases over $40 with code 0040. While tons of stores are still getting rid of winter inventory, H&M’s sale is packed with newer pre-spring items you’ll be able to wear through the next two seasons. Find staple-worthy dresses for under $15 and everyday jewelry for as low as $1.99.

Aldo: 50% off original prices. Regardless of season, you really can never have too many shoes. For a limited time only, Aldo is offering 50% off original prices on a huge selection of boots, sandals, pumps, and flats.

Nasty Gal: 70% off everything. Yes! This sale, announced earlier this week, is still going strong. Surprisingly, the inventory isn’t completely sold out, but definitely move quickly if you want to get in on some of the brand names or the seasonless basics, from dresses to jackets.

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