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The Best Sales to Shop Online This WEekend

If you’ve been holding off on buying “spring clothes” because it’s been still kind of cold wherever you live, this is a weekend to actually dive in. Thankfully, sales for what you need are still popping up by the dozen, and we’ve rounded up the very best ones here.

This weekend offers a good mix of discounts, from big retailers like H&M, popular e-comm sites like The Outnet, and even little indie gems like California’s Shop LCD. See those, and a handful more of other great deals you won’t want to miss, below. Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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The Outnet: The only thing better than marked-down designer clothes is when you can tack on an extra discount on top of that — in this case, The Outnet, which is offering an extra 30% off select styles through the weekend. If you have any weddings or fancy events to go to soon, you’ll definitely want to pick something up: This J.W. Anderson printed silk dress is $408, and this Anna Sui silk dress is $157. Sure, not exactly cheap, but just remind yourself the price tag is usually doubled.

The Dreslyn: The magic of the friends and family sale is still happening over at The Dreslyn, where you can take 25% off your order with code FAMILY. Per usual, everything on this site is a dream, but right now in particular there are a ton of cute bathing suits and throw-on-and-go dresses you’ll definitely want to stock up on. This casual LBD from Kowtow is $81, and this perfect cutout one-piece from Mara Hoffman is $172.50.

Frank + Oak: Easter sale? Sure, we’ll take it. This weekend, get 25% off your total order with code EGGHEAD, and stock up on all of your spring basics. Right now, you’ll find a handful of really cute sleeveless knits, available in a few different colors, for $29.95 along with some really great bottoms — these work-appropriate wide-leg shorts are $45, and these dreamy, vintage-inspired soft pink trousers are $59.

Shop LCD: Take 20% off with code FRIENDSWITHBENEFITS at LCD this weekend. This California gem stocks some of the best indie brands that never go on sale, like Sandy Liang and Collina Strada, so this is a great time to jump on any special piece you’ve had your eye on. These Brother Vellies Sister Mules are $276, and this previously discounted Veda Mystery Bag is $220.

H&M: The retail giant is offering up 60% off on spring styles through the weekend; a bunch of sweatshirts and lightweight knits — available in a ton of different colors — are under $15, and denim is under $30.

In the News
Forever 21 Is Up to Its Usual Tricks
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Fast fashion brands aren’t hiding the fact that the kid in class they most want to cheat off is Kanye West. But the latest examples, by way of Forever 21, are a particular sort of humiliating. The items — T-shirts printed with the words “Saint Francis” in Gothic font,  Sharpied denim jackets, and long-sleeved tees with the words “Los Angeles” (in. the. exact. same. font.) — are clearly rips of ‘Ye’s Saint Pablo merch, his distressed jean jackets, and his Calabasas collection, respectively.

I’m not mad, I’m just disappointed. I feel bad, even, for the poor person who was asked to “design” these clothes. But I have a hunch that Kanye, looking down from a penthouse suite in Trump Tower, probably, is rather pleased with what he’s masterminded. The rapper/designer isn’t shy about the fact that he wants to dress the masses. These might not have the right tags on them, but Kanye’s exorbitantly priced clothes are trickling down to help him create the army of klones he’s always wanted. Can’t you just imagine him using these copies to boast about his influence during his next late night rant, Jimmy Fallon cackling absently the whole time? Cam Wolf, menswear editor

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Remember That Video Game Where the Olsen Twins Were Trapped in a Mall?
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The Olsen twins have a conundrum (and no, it’s not their intern wage lawsuit). They started a rumor in their beachside town that they’re tight with the two cute new lifeguards, though the lifeguards might not agree.

To save face, they need to be spotted together. The Olsens become their own paparazzi: Mary-Kate poses near the hunky dudes as Ashley snaps a shot showing them all together. The twins follow the lifeguards to the skatepark half-pipe and then the surf shop, where the dudes have clearly caught on — they try to evade the girls by hiding behind surfboards, but Ashley takes pictures in perfect time. The resulting reel suggests a vaguely believable tale of Mary-Kate hanging out with the beach boys.

This ridiculous — and, in retrospect, kinda creepy — scenario plays out in the video game Mary-Kate and Ashley’s Magical Mystery Mall. The game, released in 2000 as the Olsen’s first PlayStation title, let tweens, like me at the time, guide uncanny valley approximations of Mary-Kate and Ashley through a magical mall — one they’ve been trapped in, we’re informed through a choppy cut scene, by the curse of an enchanted heart-shaped friendship necklace.

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Just One Thing
The Cotton T-Shirts You Should Buy in Bulk
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I first learned about the brand Richer Poorer through its cotton bralettes, which are great, but have since grown to love the really simple T-shirts just as much, if not maybe more.

Like a lot of humans, I live in tees and tank tops in the summer, but I hate spending a weekend day at the laundromat, and I’m pretty anti-wash-and-fold. So I need to stock up on a lot of tees before summer starts, and I need them to be cheap.

These, indeed, are cheap! They’re $34 each and come in a bunch of colors (gray, blue, black, mustard, and white) in both a crew neck and scoop V-neck. They’re soft, hold up when I do actually wash them, and are just generally just unfussy good T-shirts I can wear not only with jeans and shorts, but also to bed.

I like the classic gray, but hands-down the best one on the site right now is this pocket tee with “Seat’s Taken” embroidered on the front.Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

We Ask, You Tell
What I Bought After My Breakup

On Monday, we asked you to tell us what you bought when previous relationships ended. Here's what you told us. 

After my divorce I realized that all my [pieces of] jewelry were gifts from my ex, and I needed some new energy in my life. I went to a friend who makes beautiful pieces and bought myself a divorce ring. I wear it on my right hand, and it cost more than my rent but I love it and look at it and smile every time I see it. It's a symbol and strength and grace and beauty. —Tamara

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