Long weekends are meant for sleeping in, staying up late watching Netflix, and … clocking in hours of online shopping. Just me? Either way, you’re going to want in this weekend, because I’m about to introduce to you some amazing Labor Day weekend deals you just. Can’t. Resist.
BARNEYS WAREHOUSE: Additional 30% off clearance, no code needed
Army Jacket, Barneys New York, $129 (regularly $239); Marled Chunky Knit Pullover Sweater, Thakoon Addition, $97.30 (regularly $290); Quinn Bucket Bag, Rebecca Minkoff, $160.30 (regularly $249); Peggy Platform Ankle Boots, 3.1 Phillip Lim, $251.30 (regularly $725); Abstract-Print Tuxedo-Strip Pants, Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent, $76.30 (regularly $249).
I hope you haven’t been shopping full-priced fall merchandise yet, because you’ll find some pretty deep discounts on designer labels in the Barneys Warehouse clearance section (aka, the place to go if you can’t make it to the warehouse sale in NYC…with the added bonus of not having to fight game-faced crowds for that last Proenza bag). If I were you, I’d stop by the shoe section first—you’ll find the Phillip Lim booties above for $250, Pierre Hardy pumps for less than $200, leopard Lanvin booties at an absolute steal (and there are still a good number of sizes left!), Rebecca Minkoff mules for just $130…
SAKS OFF FIFTH: Additional 40% off your entire order with code LABORDAY
Graham Hooded Leather Jacket, Alice + Olivia, $203.99 (regularly $898); Wavy Bangle Bracelet, Adriana Orsini, $38.99 (regularly $90); Sleeveless Blouson Jumpsuit, Splendid, $65.99 (regularly $178); Brooke Crossbody Bag, Botkier, $83.99 (regularly $195); Maryna Sandals, Alexander Wang, $227.99 (regularly $575).
For those of you who are still in denial about the end of summer, shop pieces you can still wear now while the weather’s warm, yet will still transition well into fall/winter—like this jumpsuit, which you’ll be able to layer under a leather jacket for year-round wearability, or those glorious Alexander Wang sandals which will look just as good now as they will later on with tights or ankle socks.
CLUB MONACO: Additional 40% off sale and 50% off clearance with code HEYFALL
Allegra Stripe Sweater, $39.50 (regularly $119.50); Georgia Faux Leather Short, $44.50 (regularly $129.50); Brittney Wool Coat, $114.50 (regularly $349); Ashley Clutch, $84.50 (regularly $198.50); Fitz Bootie, Loeffler Randall, $139.50 (regularly $395).
You can’t beat a sale on sale that’s half off sale. This entire outfit will cost you well under $500—and if that’s not convincing enough, just the prospect of Loeffler Randall booties at $140 should be enough to get you running, not walking, to the Club Monaco sale.
BROOKLYN INDUSTRIES: 50% off everything, including sale, code here
Abyss Crop Moto Peacoat, $30 (regularly $158); Wayfarer Sunglasses, $9 (regularly $18); Alexa Ankle, Mavi Jeans, $40 (regularly $98); Montague Leather Vert, $49 (regularly $98); Patricia Suede Sandal, $50 (regularly $100).
Heads up: This deal is only live until 11 am on Monday, so don’t put this one off to the last minute. Styles sell out fast—pieces you add to your cart now could be gone within an hour (I speak from traumatizing personal experience), so you’ll want to snap items up as soon as you see what you like. The deal includes men’s, kids’ and sale items, so nobody is left out. Hit up the sale section first (this vegan leather vest is only $25 and this elegant wool-like coat will set you back no more than $40), but don’t ignore full-priced merchandise, because you’ll find leather bags for well under $100 and graphic tees starting at $14.
INTERMIX: Additional 40% off sale, no code needed
Callie Python Print Shirt Dress, Equipment, $65.40 (regularly $228); Signet Halcyon Lips Ring, Kelly Wearstler, $29.40 (regularly $125); Chambray Bomber Jacket, Rag & Bone/Jean, $149.40 (regularly $335); Beach Wave Print Canvas Tote, Dezso, $77.40 (regularly $175); Rochelle Wooden Heel Mule, Neil Barrett, $107.40 (regularly $895).
Intermix is full of exclusive pieces from top brands, so now is your chance to pick up designer duds that are hard to find anywhere else. This site is the ultimate destination for those street style-worthy pieces: Shop labels like A.L.C., Iro, Markus Lupfer, Theory, Helmut Lang, Jenni Kayne … should I keep going, or do you want to just take a look for yourself?