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The Best Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

We’re smack dab in the middle of friends and family season — that time of year when almost every single retailer offers exactly 25% off, usually site- or storewide. That makes now a great time to cash in at department stores, when you really have your pick of the litter.

On top of that, a few of our other favorite brands are offering great sales this weekend, too — particularly over at Levi’s, where some sale jeans are priced under 30 bucks. See that, plus a handful of other great deals to spend your money on this weekend, below. Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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Staud Biagio Top (on sale for $132)

Staud: This one isn’t billed as friends and family, but it’s a good deal nonetheless — take 20% off over at Staud with the code SPRING20. Do you need a funky shirt? These bell-sleeve tops are $156. And on the pants front, this wine-colored jumpsuit is $200.

Bloomingdale’s: Use the code FRIENDS to take 25% off through Sunday. Just about everything on the site is included (minus stuff like furniture and mattresses, but are you really trying to buy that at Bloomingdale’s?). My suggestion is to beeline straight to the dress section to stockpile outfits for upcoming spring and summer weddings. If I had one of those coming up, I would absolutely buy this red strapless C/meo Collective dress for $215.

Levi’s: Through April 11th, the denim giant is offering 25% off already-on-sale merchandise, which means big, big discounts. The selection of women’s and men’s jeans is pretty good — the 710 Super Skinny Jeans are crazy cheap at just $26, and these 501s are $52.

Eileen Fisher: Through Saturday, select sustainable pieces from Eileen Fisher are marked down up to 40% off, so get ready to live out your drape-y dreams this weekend. These silk drawstring pants and this white cotton gauze jacket are each $149, and this very perfect linen shirtdress is $159.

Rachel Zoe: Use the code RZFRIENDS25 to get 25% off all full-priced merchandise (sorry, the sale section isn’t included) through April 10th. This tuxedo jumpsuit with a tassel belt is $371, as is this very fun metallic fringe dress. Another cute, albeit a bit pricey, pick: the Brigitte Vest Dress for $244.

Journelle: The sale section at Journelle is looking pretty good this weekend: A ton of Hanky Panky boyshorts are marked down to $16 in all different colors, and Natori full figure underwire bras are $21.

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In the News
Nearly 30,000 People Lost Retail Jobs Last Month

In the last few months, we’ve seen a tidal wave of mall brands like Bebe, The Limited, and Macy’s go bankrupt and/or shutter stores in an effort to save their floundering businesses. When Payless announced on Tuesday that it was filing for bankruptcy and closing a tenth of its stores, I asked readers to write in telling me when they last shopped at one of these chains. A lot of you did just that, but a significant number went on to clarify that when it comes to mass store closings, you’re not thinking about your own wardrobes. You’re worried about all the people who will lose their jobs when the lights go out.

Today, the Labor Department put a number on how hard it is to hold down a retail job right now: Employment in the sector dropped by 29,700 positions in March, having already decreased by 30,000 jobs in February. Retail employment is faring worse than overall employment, though that too is sluggish, with just 98,000 jobs added last month instead of the expected 180,000.

While brick-and-mortar retail is clearly struggling, online shopping offers a brighter picture: Amazon announced yesterday that it plans to hire more than 30,000 part-time warehouse and customer service employees in the next year. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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Just One Thing
The Button-Up Shirt I Want As My Queer Girl Uniform
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I have approximately a thousand and one short-sleeved button-up shirts in various kooky patterns and colors, because for a while, this type of shirt was all I wanted to wear.

Men’s short-sleeved shirts, specifically, are a gateway drug for many a newly-out gay girl shopper. The year I came out, they provided an easy but familiar way to queer-ify my wardrobe. Wear one with joggers, Vans, and a beanie, and you’re going to look pretty gay, and for a while that was the No. 1 thing I wanted in an outfit.

Eventually my obsession subsided, and my wardrobe more or less returned to the same old standbys. But every so often, I am struck by a perfect short-sleeved button-up, and this millennial pink Barney Cools shirt is a perfect short-sleeved button-up.

On a dude, a baby-pink shirt that says “girls, girls, girls” is like, *eyeroll.* On a queer woman, it’s extremely cool. That’s just how it is! I always want to buy things that say “GAY” all over them, but I refrain when I remember I’m 30. This shirt provides a subtler, more wearable ode to gay pride. Plus it’s just the cutest color ever. Katie Heaney, contributing writer

You Ask, We Tell
Where Can I Find a Swimsuit for DDD boobs — for under $40?

On Monday, we asked you to send us your questions about warm-weather dressing, and we were nearly stumped by this swimwear question from Terri. Here are a few of our favorite brands and stores with consistently good bathing suit options for those of us larger than a C or D cup.

Freya Swim: If you’ve got big boobs, get thee to Freya ASAP. The brand specializes in big sizes, running up to cup size J, and with wide or reinforced straps on nearly every top (including this sexy black macrame suit, my personal favorite).

Modcloth: This beloved e-commerce site wins on the variety front. Right now, you’ll find no less than 201 different options, including plenty with underwire, like this sweet floral bikini top or this retro daisy one-piece.

SwimsuitsForAll: With sizes 4-34, SwimsuitsForAll makes a true effort to outfit every body. The online store has an entire underwire category with options both classic (like this timeless black tankini) and trendy (like this strappy one-piece).

Hot Topic: You might think this mall staple is just for DC Comics fans (and if you are one, great! This cute Harley Quinn bikini top is right up your alley). But even if you’re not, Hot Topic has a variety of supportive underwire swimsuits in larger sizes.

The one big caveat: None of the above are particularly cheap. The hard truth is that for big-boobed shoppers, a bathing suit is an investment item. Find one or two that you love, and treat ‘em like gold. And if you’ve got more recs, send them our way! —Ellie Krupnick, managing editor and fellow big-boobed shopper

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