6 Great Sales to Shop this Weekend: Anthropologie, Gap + more
Get ready for savings because this weekend is full of them! Here are the most notable sales online and around the city.
Ladies, this sale is just for you! Shop business, business-casual, and casual fashion from brands like Franco Sarto, Vince Camuto, Tahari, NYDJ, Gerry Weber, Second Yoga and more for 50-80% off at Images that Suit. The sale is on now until July 15 in Mississauga. Get full sale details here.
Shop this big warehouse sale online from the comfort of your own home! The sale features brand name cosmetics, fashion accessories and fitness equipment for up to 90% off. Think brands like Stila, St. Tropez, Paul & Joe, Everlast and more. The sale ends on July 12. Get full sale details here.
For two-days only, shop blowout deals on shoes for women at the Markham Fairgrounds. Brands featured in the sale include Sam Edelman, Vince Camuto, Lucky Brand, Cole Haan and more. The sale runs from July 8-9. Get full sale details here.
This weekend, the more you spend, the more you save at American Eagle. Spend $150+, save $40. Spend $125+, save $30. Spend $75+, save $15. Use the promotion code, “HEYWEEKEND” to claim the offer. Aerie new arrivals are all 25% off this weekend, too! Shop the sale here.
Save on summer must-haves for the entire family at Gap’s summer sale. They are taking up to 60% off apparel, footwear and accessories, in stores and online. Shop the sale here.
This list wouldn’t be complete without a sale on sale! For a limited time, Anthropologie is taking an additional 30% off already reduced items. Shop clothing, shoes, accessories, home and beauty for an extra discount. Shop the sale here.
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