Martha pullover, $110 (was $175) and Danni Tank, $130 (was $325)">

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Up to 60% Off J. Brand; Bloomingdale's New App; 40% Off Donna Karan Resort Wear

<a href="">Martha pullover</a>, $110 (was $175) and <a href="">Danni Tank</a>, $130 (was $325)
Martha pullover, $110 (was $175) and Danni Tank, $130 (was $325)

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ONLINE SHOPPING—In addition to J. Brand's sought-after denim, you can get your hands on the brand's first ever ready-to-wear collection at a major discount during their private sale. Check out the jackets, shorts, blazers, blouses, tanks, and tees (plus plenty of jeans, of course) for 40% to 60% off. The sale runs until tomorrow at midnight and prices are as marked. [Racked Inbox]

APPS—Attention all Bloomingdale's faithfuls: The department store's Big Brown Bag App awaits your Android. Download the free app to shop, search in-store events and special offers, and manage your wedding registry (or shop the registries of your friends and family). And as of today, test it out by shopping Bloomie's 20% to 30% off shoe sale through May 20! [Racked Inbox]

ONLINE SHOPPING—Whether or not an actual resort is in the cards for you this year, there are plenty of excuses to wear Donna Karan resort wear: namely fancy summer dinners, cocktail parties, and weddings. Keep in mind that even with the 40% off sale, you'll still need between $400 and $1000 of disposable income, but no one ever said the leisure lifestyle was easy. [Racked Inbox]