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The Best Sales to Shop Online This Weekend

In New York, we’ve been having the kind of gray, gloomy, depressing weather that just weighs on you. Every day has been either cloudy or rainy, or a gross mix of both. But you know what? Today, it’s 80 degrees and sunny. And that’s something to celebrate.

I find that I tend to “treat myself” the most not when the weather is bad, but when the weather is really, really good. The idea of wearing new clothes when it’s crappy out completely disinterests me, but when it’s nice out? Bring on the new stuff! So to really lean into this one nice day (tomorrow, in New York, it will rain), here are a few really good sales worth getting excited about. Go get yourself some new stuff.Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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One Six Five Cecilia Ear Jackets, on sale for $75

Of a Kind: Select limited-edition jewelry is an additional 25% off with the code MOTHERLODE. There are a lot of cute things to pick from here, including these One Six Five gold ear jackets that’ll be $75 after the discount. And how ‘bout this cool silver cuff by Giantlion for $140.25?

Urban Outfitters: All dresses and rompers are currently an extra 20% off. This pretty white button-down dress (with pockets!) is on sale for $64, and this slinky slip dress is $80. And look, I know we’re all tired of off-the-shoulder tops, but this metallic pleated two-piece is kinda great, no?

Club Monaco: Okay, now we’re getting to the real discounts. Club Monaco is having its mid-season sale, and sale merchandise is an additional 30% off. This navy blue lace dress (did someone say... wedding season?) is on sale for $153, and this super simple dark green dress is $140.

TenOverSix: Through the end of the weekend, TenOverSix is hosting a flash sale — 20% off with the very obvious code of 20off. Now would be the time to make a move on some pricey new arrivals, like these Maryam Nassir Zadeh silver mules (discounted to $309) or these Mari Giudicelli brown suede slip-ons (discounted to $414).

Lolë: The athletic apparel brand is offering 30% off with the code LOLEFRIENDS. That brings a bunch of the sports bras down to $45 and some leggings down to $40. What better motivation to actually work out than some new clothes, right?

Alternative Apparel: Go ahead and throw a bunch of deep V-neck tees in your cart, because they're 40% off this weekend with the code VNECK40. You can shop the entire breadth of them here.

Bloomingdale's: These spend-X-and-save-Y deals are only really worth it if you're buying something big, so if you have any investment-type purchases on your list, head to Bloomingdale's today, where you can get 25% off when you spend $500. The sale ends at midnight, so hop to it.

What are you buying this weekend? Check out more exclusive deals and sales in the Racked Facebook group.

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Anna Wintour Gave Gwyneth Paltrow a Magazine

Thank god it’s Friday, because today, Vogue editor and artistic-director-about-Condé-Nast Anna Wintour gave us a real gift: Goop, the magazine. WWD first reported that Gwyneth Paltrow has paired up with Condé Nast to spread the reaches of her wellness empire — which you either love or relentlessly mock, there’s no middle ground — into the world of quarterly print publications. Along with a physical magazine, which debuts in September, the publishing house will be working with Goop on co-produced digital content, which is kind of a funny way to collaborate with a successful website.

We here in the Racked office have a lot of hopes, dreams, and questions for Goop mag. Will the Medical Medium get a column? Who will be its vaginal egg correspondent? Is this a joke? Is this actually extremely real and Condé Nast, believing that e-commerce is the true future of media, will eventually try to acquire Goop? We’ll see! —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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How Wolford Went From the Upper East Side to Hollywood
Kim Kardashian wearing a Wolford dress

It’s hard to imagine the same fashion brand being a hit with both Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian — but that’s exactly what Wolford, the luxury label beloved for its $50 Velvet de Luxe tights and $250 thong bodysuits, has managed to accomplish. Today, Wolford’s seamless undergarments and curve-hugging separates are a staple among everyone from society types to Hollywood stylists — but that wasn’t always the case.

Founded in Austria in 1950 by Reinhold Wolff and Walter Palmers, Wolford focused exclusively on hosiery for its first few decades in business; nylon stockings, which had appeared on the market just before World War II, were a hot commodity at the time. It wasn’t until the early ’90s, however, that the brand landed stateside. After discovering Wolford during a trip to Paris, longtime fashion director Ellin Saltzman and her Vogue-editor daughter Elizabeth (now a celebrity stylist who counts Gwyneth Paltrow and Uma Thurman among her clients) brought a bunch of the brand’s tights home to New York — and sparked a frenzy.

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Guess What, You Probably Need an Earring Tree
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Devoted as I am to both shopping and organizational innovation, for about a decade I’d stuck with the same jewelry box: a mini armoire, probably chosen by my mother, with hooks for necklaces and drawers lined with thin velvet for everything else. It was nice when I was a teenager, but now that I own so much more jewelry (and jewelry that’s better quality), stuffing delicate earrings into tiny drawers isn’t an option.

And despite the fact that I’ve successfully reorganized other essentials, like my closet and my skincare collection, that jewelry armoire somehow remained over the years.

It wasn’t that I hadn’t tried to find an alternative, but in a market full of pretty necklace organizers, decorative yet practical (and affordable) options for earrings are sorely lacking. Last month, I finally stumbled upon a solution: a cool-looking earring tree that merged both form and function. Elusive but perfect, and only $25.

It functions exactly how I need it to, has a matching necklace counterpart, and looks nice and clean. What was once a dark, overcrowded corner of my vanity is now a much more streamlined — and actually pretty! — display.

The label says that the tree can comfortably fit 32 pairs of earrings, but since my collection includes a lot of smaller studs, I managed to fit almost 70. I ended up dangling the rest on another smaller piece I discovered last week, which features the same earring mechanism (in case it wasn't obvious enough how much I love this damn thing). —Shereen Shafi, contributing writer

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