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- Joseph Altuzurra for JCrew Surge Sweater, $139.99 (was $295.00)
- Petite front pleat skirt, $48.99 (was $110.00)
- Cafe Capri, $48.99 (was $148.00)
- Skinny leather belt, $17.49 (was $34.50)
- Nautical striped short, $27.99 (was $65.00)
- Biella patent loafers, $111.99 (was $228.00)
- Edie wallet, $55.99 (was $158.00)
- Striped tie front shirt, $48.99 (was $135.00)
- High-waisted denim pencil skirt, $48.65 (was $98.00)
- Schoolboy blazer in herringbone, $83.99 (was $175.00)
- Quorra ballet flats, $69.99 (was $158.00)
- Animal print wool scarf, $36.75 (was $62.50)
- Tall perfect shirt in linen, $24.49 (was $79.50)
- Sydney snakeskin sandals, $139.99 (was $398.00))
- Featherweight cashmere tunic, $62.99 (was $255.00)
- Navy tweed jacket, $173.60 (was $268.00)
- Edie purse, $138.60 (was $238.00)
- Denim short in faded indigo, $41.65 (was $79.50)
It's good to know that despite the launch of their largest ever multi-media ad campaign, J.Crew is staying grounded with a good ol' sale on a sale. Whether you're looking for shirts to wear now and layer later, blazers to punch up any casual work outfit, or pants to save until the chill in the air actually arrives, many of these items will feel at home in your wardrobe across multiple seasons.
To get 30% off their abundant sale section, enter code LOVEIT at checkout—but be quick about it, since size choices and some of the more covetable pieces are dwindling. That said, there's sure to be something for everyone in the 18 picks above. Happy hunting!