10 fashion and beauty sales to shop this week before they're gone

Isabelle Kagan, Reviewed.com
Take a break this Thursday to shop these amazing sales.

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When the seasons change, it's the perfect opportunity to update your closet and treat yourself to some new clothes, shoes, and accessories, so you can appropriately dress for the weather. Well, that's my excuse anyways. Lately I've just been in the shopping mood TBH, especially with all these end of summer sales happening at my favorite retailers. 

For instance, right now you can save big at stores like Madewell and J.Crew, or get serious beauty discounts at Ulta and Bergdorf Goodman. Ahead, you'll find a roundup of every worthy sale we've found that will make your Thursday that much sweeter.

1. ASOS: Up to $80 off

ASOS is offering a can't-miss discount so you can save on your favorite streetwear and high-end brands.

ASOS has all your style bases covered and carries a wide range of brands, including Adidas, Free People, Mango, Nike, and more. Right now they're offering $20 off $100 purchase with the code WOOP20, $50 off $200 with the code WOOP50, and $80 off $300 with the code WOOP80

2. J.Crew: Save 30% on your purchase

Make your week more chic with these sale styles at J.Crew

My favorite thing about J.Crew is how they seem to always be offering some spectacular discounts on their high-quality apparel. Today is no exception, as for their Ready, Set, Fall Event you can get a 30% discount on full-price styles with the code SHOPNOW.

3. Anthropologie: Extra 40% off sale

An Anthro sale is like Christmas coming early.

I can't normally afford to shop at Anthropologie unless it's in the sale section, and right now they're offering an extra 40% off all sale items, no code needed. Now you can get all those eclectic styles for actually affordable prices.

4. Gap: Up to 40% off

Gap is my go-to for comfy basics that are incredibly affordable.

As a Gap card holder, I'm usually spoiled with discounts from them, but right now they're blessing everyone up to 40% off apparel both online and in stores, plus an additional 30% off your purchase with the code YOURS. It's time to stock up on all those comfy basics and wardrobe staples, ladies. 

5. Ann Taylor: Save 40% on everything

Working gals will love Ann Taylor's sophisticated styles, especially those on sale.

Ann Taylor is the go-to for professional and tailored pieces designed for the working gal. Right now for their Friends of Ann Event, you can take 40% off everything with the code FRIENDS40, which is valid until September 15.

6. Ulta: Up to 50% off select products

These beauty and skincare discounts at Ulta are here today, gone tomorrow.

Ulta's 21 Days of Beauty sale features select discounts each day on a ton of popular makeup and beauty brands, from Anastasia Beverly Hills, Kylie Cosmetics, and Tarte, to Philosophy, Mario Badescu, and more. This sale goes until September 21, so make sure to check out our guide if you want to explore the full list of beauty and skincare deals you can get.

7. Lord and Taylor: Save up to 40%

Don't you love being rewarded for shopping more?

Following the end-of-summer sales trend, Lord and Taylor is having a Buy More, Save More event, where if you spend up to $99.99 you'll receive 25% off; $100-$199.99 you'll receive 30% off, and $200+ you'll get 40% off. You can also get 20% off clearance items with the code BIGDEAL.

9. Francesca's: Up to 40% off

The more you shop, the more you save right now at Francesca's

You may have seen a Francesca's store at your local mall, but if you haven't popped in yet, their boutiques sell tons of cute jewelry, handbags, and boho styles for affordable prices. Right now on their site you can save 20% off 2 or more items, 30% off 3 items, or 40% off four or more items. 

10. Bergdorf Goodman: Up to $550 off beauty

Bergdorfs Rewarding Beauty Event can help you save big on luxury skincare and makeup items.

For my big spenders out there, Bergdorfs is currently running a Rewarding Beauty Event where you can get $25 off a $250 purchase, $75 off a a $500 purchase, $200 off a $1000 purchase, or $550 off a $2,500 purchase with the code BEAUTY.

More sales to shop this week 

  • Abercrombie: 60% off select styles plus an extra 30% off clearance
  • Aeropostale: Fall sale featuring 50-70% off the entire site, plus BOGO jeans
  • American Eagle: 25% off if you shop on their app with the code APPENING, plus 25% off AE jeans and joggers on the site
  • Boohoo: 50% off everything, no code needed
  • Lands' End: Receive 30% off full-price styles; plus an additional 20% off sale & clearance styles with code: THIRTY20
  • Madewelltake 20% off Madewell denim with the code WIREDDENIM
  • Miss Selfridge30% off all denim
  • Old Navy: 20% off everything with the code SWEET
  • TOBI50% off everything sitewide
  • Topshop: 20% off select bags
  • Saks Off 5th: Take an extra 20% off with the code EXTRA20

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