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The Best Sales to Shop This Weekend

There are some people who see sales as an opportunity to pick up something new every once in a while, a treat you don’t have to feel bad about. And then there are some (very smart) people who exclusively shop sales to restock for the new season on a budget, all in one go. Regardless of what kind of person you are, I can guarantee you’ll be excited to shop this weekend.

At retailers like Shopbop and Madewell, your discount depends on how much you spend, but considering that you’ll be able to find everything you need — from coats and boots to sweaters — spending money will be far from hard. (Trust us!) See highlights from both of these sales and more below, and head to our Facebook group if you want to chat about any new purchases.—Tanisha Pina, market editor.

Urban Outfitters: There’s always some kind of great sale going on here (we’re not complaining), and this weekend it’s 20% off shoes, no code necessary. There’s essentially every kind of shoe you could want here, so you can get yourself a fresh pair of sneakers (I need these orange Conversesand new boots for fall (over-the-kneeChelsea? A trendy white pair?) to start the season off right.

VioletaMango’s plus-size sister shop is running a mid-season sale this weekend, offering up to 30% off on select styles. While there’s still a ton of summer stuff, there are some great season-less pieces in the mix, too, like these dark blue cropped wide-leg trousers (now $50), these pinstripe trousers (also now $50), and plenty of good-for-work blouses and sweaters.

Madewell: Use code YESANDYES for 20% off orders of $100 or more or 30% off orders of $200 or more; just one look at the new arrivals page should make you realize that hitting either price bracket will not be a hard thing to do. Stock up on basics like a pair of jeans or some T-shirts, or go all-out with some statement pieces. I will inevitably be purchasing these these gold velvet pull-on pants and this oversized sherpa denim trucker jacket as soon as I’m done writing this post (and will only be paying $213).

ShopbopUse code EOS17 for 20% off all orders under $500 and 25% off orders of $500 or more. The e-comm site’s big seasonal sale is so good that my co-worker Tiffany wrote about it at length earlier this week. Anything on the site is fair game, so this is the perfect time to stock up on pricier things that you can wear all season and into the next, like a new jacket, a pair of boots, or a fancy new bag. Splurge away!

Old NavyThe already affordable brand is offering up to 50% off on all pants and jeans sitewide this weekend, along with other good deals like tops starting from $6 and dresses starting at $19. Snag pieces like these black flare ankle jeans — now only $11.37 (!!), down from $35 — or these navy mid-rise soft trousers, now $19.50. This sale applies to every department, from plus to men’s to kids, so you can stock up for the whole family all at once.

Opening Ceremony: Sale items are up to 80% off this weekend over at OC, and while the sale section is always something of a goldmine, this weekend is especially good considering that a lot of stuff is under $100. I really (really) want this Truss mini bucket bag (now $95), this tie-dye cropped feather T-shirt (now $75), and this Esprit candy-striped weekender tote (now $22).

J.Crew: Take 30% off everything in stores and online with code SHOPFAST. A lot of good pieces here are already under $100 before the discount, which is amazing. In the enormous sweater section, I’ve got my eyes on this Amour crewneck (now $34.65) and this oversized drop shoulder sweater (now $62.65). After that, it’s straight to shoes. So! Many! Good! Pairs! I especially love these leather backless loafers (now $89.60).

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Princess Di Does Paris Fashion Week

Off-White’s spring/summer 2018 fashion show, presented this Thursday at the top of Paris Fashion Week, made me miss going to fashion shows in the early aughts, when it was feverish and exhausting and I blogged and loved everything and Fashion Week was so exciting.

Virgil Abloh was inspired by Princess Diana, who made a ghostly appearance in that iconic turquoise swimsuit on the sheer invite he sent to guests. From literal — evening clutches boasting the logos of magazines that stalked the people’s princess, heels in hand with sneakers and white athletic socks on feet — to subtle, he showed bold ’80s colors and sharp power suits. There were big shoulders, spandex bike shorts, and even sunglasses dangling from a model’s neck, but the runway never looked like ’80s cosplay. It looked like stuff you could actually wear. It’s stuff I want to wear.

Racked’s resident Princess Di expert, Ellie Krupnick, charted Abloh’s inspiration below. Britt Aboutaleb, editor-in-chief

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