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This Weekend’s Best Online Sales

Are you one of the trillion people that has exerted a wild amount of self-restraint to not buy any new clothes until the new season hits? Congrats! Even though it’s still technically summer for another week, Labor Day is over, the kids are back in school, and the weather is finally cooling down in most of the country. You made it!

Naturally, there are bunch of sales running this weekend to help you get back in the game without totally damaging your wallet. While a handful of brands are still running summer clear-out sales, there are also many big-name retailers — like Old Navy and American Eagle — offering major discounts on in-season merchandise (sweaters! jackets! jeans!). Get all of the details on those sales and more below; you've waited long enough. —Tanisha Pina, associate market editor

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Urban Outfitters: Now through September 14th, UO is offering 20% off select women’s and men’s bags. Don't let the “select” label fool you, though, because there are sooo many bags in the mix from the retailer’s in-house lines, as well as from BagguEastpak (that classic backpack — you know the one — is only $16), Matt & Nat, and more.

Nordstrom: The dearly beloved Summer Sale from Nordstrom, offering up to 40% off on a pretty wide selection, ends this Sunday, and there’s plenty of stuff you can wear well into fall and even year-round. On the footwear front, there are some popular picks up for grabs: Rihanna’s Fenty Puma Trainers are down to $143 (from $190), and Adidas’ iconic Stan Smith Sneakers are now $60 (originally $75). You’ll even find a lot of good outerwear — shoutout to this Topshop Suede Biker Jacket (now $185, was $370) and this Michael Michael Kors Wool Blend Coat that’s down to $150 (from $228).

American Eagle: Your favorite #TBT is offering 40% off all sweaters through Sunday, and they’re all really cute. Everything is under $35, and a handful are under $25. I have my eyes all over the Aerie Tie Sleeve Sweater ($33, was $55) that comes in black, gray, and a soft pink.

Old Navy: The retailer is offering up to 40% off pantsjeans, and tops, plus an additional 20% off everything when you use code SWEET at checkout through September 14th. For the women’s department (which, by the way, offers sizes 0-20), I suggest making moves toward the bottoms first. There are plenty of options, whether you like jeans or trousers, plain or simple — I personally will be moving these funky loose-fit trousers ($25.60, were $35) into my cart. PS: This is also a great sale to stock up on basics like T-shirts and leggings.

The Dreslyn: Surprise! The Dreslyn is offering 20% off your total order with code TAKE20 to satisfy all your independent designer wants and needs. While some exclusions apply, the selection is still pretty major, with in-season picks (sweaters! trousers! coats! bags!) from Mara HoffmanT by Alexander WangA.P.C.Comme des Garçons Play, and new beauty from buzzy brands like Make and Ilia. While we’re here, will someone buy this perfect pink Kowtow blazer (now $190, was $238) since my wallet won’t let me?

Anthropologie: Anthro is running the best kind of sale this weekend: Take an extra 25% off the entire sale section through the weekend. Highlights include these chic tie-front trousers for $60, this beautiful bell-sleeve blouse for $50, and this apron wide-leg jumpsuit, now $70, that has all of the layering potential for fall and beyond.

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A Community for Retro Clothing, and Hurricane Advice

In a private Facebook group for fans of the brand Pinup Girl Clothing, members avidly share photos of themselves wearing its retro-inspired dresses, solicit styling advice, and ask questions about new product releases. But recently another conversation topic has sprung up: how to keep their favorite clothing items protected during a hurricane.

With Hurricane Irma heading for Florida after destroying islands in the Caribbean, members of the Pinup Girl Clothing community in Jacksonville and Orlando shared their strategies for securing garments, like sealing them in bags, putting the bags in a plastic bin, and taping the bin shut. Others recommended bagging clothing and shutting it in the dishwasher under the logic that it’s watertight and bolted into kitchen cabinets.

More than anything, though, these posts have elicited dozens of replies asking those in hurricane zones about their evacuation plans and imploring them to “stay safe,” since personal safety is more important than the fate of a cute dress. One Atlanta-based member offered to house anyone who needed it. Another asked after the well-being of Montana residents, in light of the wildfires that have blazed across the state this summer.

As anyone who’s complimented a stranger on her outfit knows, clothing can be an easy conduit to conversation. Looking at the pure volume of comments in Pinup Girl Clothing’s group, it’s clear that a shared appreciation for a brand can be the basis for a real community. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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Rihanna Really Delivered With Her Fenty Beauty Collection
Rihanna applying makeup to someone's face.

One of the only things that could drag a bunch of beauty editors to the Brooklyn Navy Yard on an evening during the beginning of New York Fashion Week? Rihanna. And we were all early.

Rihanna was there to launch her Fenty Beauty collection, a range two years in the making. She gave a short speech to the crowd, then proceeded to circulate among us peasants wearing gold powder (from her collection) all over her eyes, a yellow Oscar de la Renta ball skirt slit up one side, and a thin yellow sweater sans bra. She was magnificent and graciously took pictures with everyone, taking time to stop at the bar in between photo ops.

Fenty Beauty is meant to fill in a gap that Rihanna saw after years of using some of the best makeup in the business and finding that it came up short for some skin tones and skin types. She wanted to create a line “so that women everywhere would be included,” per a press release.

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Earth to Gwyneth

The cover of Goop magazine’s first issue is, by Goop standards and critical measures, perfect. Gwyneth Paltrow is totally naked, except for a bikini bottom and possibly some nipple covers, slathered in mud up to her neck. “Earth to Gwyneth,” reads the groovy script running across her abdomen.

It captures everything that Goop’s many fans love about the wellness website: clean design, natural ingredients, and its founder, Paltrow. It also addresses, with evident joy, the chief complaint of Goop’s many haters: Paltrow is out of touch. Pseudoscience or not, this is great marketing.

The quarterly print magazine, which is co-produced by Condé Nast, hits newsstands next week, is available for pre-order now, and includes “deep dives into crystals and mud masks.” —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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