We live in a society that’s always rushing towards the next big thing, and retailers are the biggest, most obvious example of this. We live in a future mindset and, no, matter how many meditations apps we download on our phones, we’re terrible at living in the moment. Hence, Christmas decorations are currently available at your local CVS, and have already been there since October 1st. As much as this may annoy you, this “next-big-thing” mindset of retailers actually benefits you as consumer. Just like you can start buying sale swim at the end of June, you can start buying fall and winter clothes on sale now (even though it’s barely just gotten cold enough to get out your winter parka). Let’s take advantage of our f*cked up society, and even more f*cked up economy, by being smart with our money and buying these pieces now. Here are the best fall/winter pieces you can buy now and wear now, that are already on sale.
The first round of fall outerwear is currently being marked down, and you can get some amazing trendy jackets at a fraction of their original price. Like, for example, this suede jacket from Free People, which was originally $398, but you can now get for $149.95! I’m no math whiz, but that’s like… a lot less.
Just like jackets, the first round of fall sweaters are also currently being marked down. Which means, you can get some supes stylish high-quality sweaters for the same price as a round of house vodka shots. Tbh, you probs don’t need that fifth shot anyway, so instead, use that money for good and get one of these v cute sweaters.
A lot of the fall/winter style tops, particularly ones made with season-specific fabrics and prints, are already being marked down. This is because retailers know that once the holidays are over, they’ll have no shot of selling these pieces because everyone switches to a spring wardrobe mindset. The selection of fall and winter clothes on sale is pretty effing good right now, especially for tops, and you should probs stop what you’re doing and go buy some. (But like, finish reading this article first.)
Pants that are very seasonally on-trend are already on sale for the same reason season-specific tops are already on sale. Once the holidays hit, retailers know people are ready to start thinking spring, even though there’s probably still snow on the ground. This works in your favor because you can get pants like these chic Kardashian-esque suede skinny pants, for a mere $50. Imagine how good you’ll look rolling up to the bar in these, paired with a nude bodysuit and oversized denim jacket. Your ex will be sad he dumped you, while his new bitch will be wishing she was you. All because of these adorbs suede skinnies that you got on sale.
5. Jumpsuits & Dresses
Pretty much anything with a turtleneck is already marked down or will be in the next few weeks. No matter how you try to play it, turtlenecks really only work during the colder seasons and, because of this, you can get some really cute pieces already on sale. Take this rust-brown turtleneck sweater dress, for example: pair it with over-the-knee boots and maybe a fur vest, or with a flannel tied around your waist, and you instantly have a top fall lewk. Andddd one that you can feel good about cause like, it was on sale. Life’s all about the little wins, people.
For those who have ever been personally victimized by insane retail markups (aka everyone) take a tip from a pro shopper and retail expert: wait a few weeks into the season before buying your must-have pieces and you can save a lotttt of money. Realistically, the time frame in which those same pieces are full price, you probs can’t even wear them yet anyway. So practice just an ounce of patience and you can save tons of money, and who doesn’t want that? Uh, hulllooo more clothes. Or more Seamless. Or more vodka sodas. Whatever your vice of choice, get more of it by waiting to buy winter clothes on sale.
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