Shop Sales Like an Editor with These Fab Finds from InStyle's Dana Avidan-Cohn
It's a savvy shopper's utopia online right now and this week may be one of the last to secure those coveted sale items. Resist filling your carts with regrettable purchases that are overly seasonal and trendy. Instead, start with the most coveted brands that you resisted treating yourself to at full price and look for pieces that will still make the cut into early fall and next spring.
Click through the gallery to shop my must-have picks—some are as much as 50 percent off!
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Loeffler Randall and Marc Jacobs Bags
Thakoon Addition Blouse
$160 (originally $390); modaoperandi.com
The "borrowed from the boys" look is going to be around for a while-this updated oxford will be a go-to for fall.
Rupert Sanderson and Reed Krakoff Sandals
$30 (originally $80); zara.com
Zara makes great denim and at $30 they are giving them away!
Eddie Borgo Earrings
$133 (originally $221); yoox.com
These earrings are perfect to add an edge to your outfit during the day or to change up the look of a dress for evening. Try pairing them with a small silver earcuff on one ear.
Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang Sandals
$314 (originally $627); matchesfashion.com
A tailored menswear-style coat is a great addition for your fall wardrobe, it works over trousers and boots or with the hem of a pleated skirt peeking out.
$393 (originally $770); thecorner.com
This is one of those clutches that you could wear out a thousand times and never get sick of it.
Stella McCartney and Le Specs Sunglasses
The Stella McCartney pair is a splurge, but the color and shape of these are so flattering and work year-round. Le Specs is one of my favorite sunglass brands for the price. The gold detail and round lens of this pair makes them different than the ones you already have.
Rag & Bone Dress
$247 (originally $495); matchesfashion.com
When you are buying sale items, avoid recognizable prints that will feel tired when you want to wear it again next season. A color block is a safe bet.
Paul Andrew Pump
$205 (originally $675); modaoperandi.com
If you haven't tried Paul Andrew pumps yet, you should. They are incredibly comfortable and the silo on the side of the foot is very flattering.