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There's So Much Good STuff On Sale Right Now!

I don’t know about you guys, but my credit card has been burning a hole in my pocket lately. Thanks to the change in seasons and the fact that I recently deep-cleaned my closet (and got rid of so. much. stuff!), I’ve been itching to restock with sweaters, a warm coat, long-sleeved shirts, and comfortable fall boots. And then anytime I see I trends I like — dark floral maxi dresses, plaid trousers, wide-leg khakis — I want those, too.

But I haven’t actually bought any of it yet because I’ve been holding out for the sales. Thankfully, there are a bunch this weekend — well, every weekend, to be honest, but this weekend is particularly good. Check out where I’m shopping below, and head to our Facebook group if you want to chat about any new purchases. —Cory Baldwin, shopping editor

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Uniqlo: Uniqlo has been killing me lately with so many new cute things, but at least the store is crazy affordable. Add a sale to that, and it’s a no-brainer. Right now all Heattech, including the awesome turtlenecks and leggings, are only $9.90 (were $14.90), lightweight down jackets start at $59.90 (were $69.90), and a bunch of other things, from wide-leg jeans (now $29.90) to flannels (now $19.90), are $10 off.

& Other Stories: The H&M-owned fast fashion brand is currently running its mid-season sale, and (surprise!) there’s a lot of stuff you’ll want to consider. As usual, all the shoes are on point — including these zip-front boots in particular ($137, were $195) — as are the knits and dresses, like this floral-print sweater ($48, was $95).

Urban Outfitters: UO rewards members get an extra 40% off sales items, which is kind of a lot. Not a member? You can join now and still get an extra 30% off sale items. (I just joined, because why not?) I’m thinking about these Sol Sana mules, which would be $71.40 with the extra 40% discount, or $83.30 with my extra 30% discount (originally $150), these Levi’s Orange Tab overalls, which would be either $35.99 or $41.99 (originally $128), and these Style Mafia wide-leg pants, which would be $44.99 or $52.50 (originally $149).

Frank + Oak: Another great place to shop for fall basics, Frank + Oak is offering $50 off orders of $150 or more with code 50OFF entered at checkout. I’ve got a few suggestions for how to get there, including this super-cute black denim jacket ($89.50), plaid check wool pants ($79.50), velvet joggers ($39.50), or maybe this dusty pink mohair-wool-blend sweater ($89.50). Concentrate on the sale section to get even more bang for your buck with items like this ribbed knit T-shirt ($19.99, was $30.50) or silk slip dresses ($59.99, was $79.50).

Las Cruxes: I don’t remember how I came across it, but I love this Texas-based boutique that tends to have super good deals in the sale section. Right now you can snag suede Maryam Nassir Zadeh mules in cherry red for $159 (originally $397) and patent leather taupe slides for $154 (were $386), patchwork Eckhaus Latta jeans for $156 (were $390), a pretty Alexa Stark linen wrap dress for $136 (was $340), and some great unisex slub T-shirts for $35 (were $58). While you’re there, check out the rest of the shop, because it’s got some cool stuff — I want every single T-shirt!

Nordstrom Rack: As Nordstrom’s discount outlet, Nordstrom Rack is already super, super cheap. But right now the site is running a “Clear the Rack” sale that gives you an extra 25% off clearance items. A lot of it is meh, but some of it is great, like these AG utility pants ($44.99, originally $225), an Ivy Park sports bra for $5.40 (was $36), and these Stella McCartney cat-eye sunglasses ($61.88, originally $330).

There are also some crazy deals if you happen to find designer stuff in your size, like this Oscar de la Renta silk dress for $442 (was $2,590). And this might be some serious advance planning, but if you’ve got any men to buy stocking stuffers for, Richer Poorer three-packs of socks are on sale for less than $10 (were $36), and they’re really good!

Rag & Bone: Use code PRIVATE25 to get 25% off in stores and online. According to the fine print, this excludes women’s and men’s ready-to-wear apparel, the Ellis Boot, the Agnes Boot in black, the Willow Stud Boot in black, the Walker Boot in black, Field Messengers, and fragrances, which sounds like... everything. But I found a few on-sale items to tempt me, including a ton of shoes (all the other colors of the boots named above are great!), all of the jeans (most are now around $150 instead of $200+), T-shirts, and most bags.

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The Scariest Halloween Costumes of 2017
White Shirt with scary calendar invite from your boss

Halloween is almost here! Traditionally it is a holiday associated with ghost stories, spooky décor, and scary dress-up. But some long-established costumes, like “witch,” “zombie,” or “clown,” are now far less terrifying than our current day-to-day reality. Therefore, here are some highly specific Halloween costume ideas that are a million times scarier than any of those things. —Rebecca Jennings, associate producer

  1. Vague Google Calendar Invite From Boss Entitled “Checking In”
  2. Dermatologist With Bad Skin
  3. Email From Friend Announcing He’s Starting a Podcast
  4. The Text Bubbles That Pop Up After You Send a Risky Message
  5. Your Roommate Who’s Always Listening to Ed Sheeran and You’re Maybe Starting to Like Him Too Now
  6. Push Notification From a News Source
  7. Successful Person Who Is Younger Than You
  8. Avocado That’s Right on the Verge of Being Too Brown to Eat
  9. (And Not Just, Like, Job-Wise, But She, Like, Genuinely Seems to Live a Well-Rounded and Balanced Life)
  10. Sales Associate Asking How She Can Help You Today
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You’ll be able to buy beauty products at Madewell in 21 stores across the country starting October 23rd and online starting October 24th. The range is a tightly edited collection of 40 products, which is meant to reflect Madewell’s overall aesthetic: simple and low-maintenance. Head designer Joyce Lee elicited recommendations for products from Madewell staffers, some of whom will be featured in a campaign for the beauty range.

The end assortment features so-called “natural and non-toxic” brands. If you are familiar with the beauty offerings at Anthropologie and Free People, this theme will feel very familiar to you. You’ll find quite a few items from Herbivore, including its popular Blue Tansy mask. Then there’s French Girl Organics, a brand that unabashedly embraces our collective Francophile tendencies. Like Herbivore, it is sans-serif’ed, housed in glass packaging, and exceptionally pretty. The brand produced three Madewell-exclusive products for this launch: bath soak, polish, and body oil.

Makeup includes RMS’s beloved luminizer, a bronzer and lip/cheek palette, and lip tints from French Girl. The selection is rounded out by Karuna sheet masksBon Parfumeur fragrances, and an assortment of oils from Moon River Naturals and Daughter of the Land, as well as an oil diffuser. There are also a few pragmatic products, like Ursa Major’s Hoppin Fresh natural deodorant (a perennial best-seller at several natural beauty retailers that we polled recently) and Jao’s popular natural hand sanitizer.

While retail continues to find its footing, more and more companies are going all-in on beauty (see: Forever 21Revolve). Madewell’s struggling sister brand, J.Crew, has even dabbled in offering one-off beauty selections from time to time. Compared to clothing, it’s relatively cheap and can be an irresistible impulse purchase. —Cheryl Wischhover, senior beauty reporter

This is Your Brain on Shopping

Did you know your shopping habits can be mapped along your hormonal cycle? And that doesn’t just apply to women.

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From the scents you smell to online algorithms to, yes, your hormones, our new video series, Your Brain on Shopping, reveals the myriad ways in which you’re influenced on the way to the cash register — and why you feel so good after dropping that cash.

Intrigued? Watch the First Episode >>
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