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Top Ten Weekend Sales to Up Your Fall Wardrobe Game

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Pierre Darre Medium leather bag
, $45 (was $117),

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Although designers are currently spouting out their best for Spring 2013 Fashion Week, store shelves are worlds away from it all. And let's face it, the majority of our closets are filled with favorite high-street brands, not designers. So this week's sale roundup is dedicated to those stores—like Madewell, J Crew, and C Wonder—who's end of season sales will serve us well until next Spring—when we'll be thinking about fall all over again. 10 sales not enough for you? Be sure to check the Dealfeed Radar for daily updates.

J Crew:
J Crew never shorts us on wearable goods all year around, like sharp trousers and light blazers. And thanks to their extra 30% off sale until tonight at midnight, there's no reason for passing up such smart fall wardrobe updates. Also, if that's not affordable enough for you, J Crew Factory is also discounted. Enter code MUST SHOP for both.

Madewell:
Whatever side of the nerdy chic spectrum you find yourself on, there's a range of choices for making fall looks that much nerdier and/or chic-er. And who isn't in the mood for that when back-to-school time rolls around?

Yoox.com:
Here's the part where waiting for designer goods really pays off. Whether looking for Alexander Wang, MM6, or The Row, Yoox is going to have them and they're going to be up to 85% off.

C. Wonder:
Though it looks squeaky clean, C Wonder has already played host to several controversies in its short lifetime. But no matter, its fans keep on coming back. So ignore the news and just enjoy the sale section.

The Reformation:
This one is sustainable in—count 'em—three ways. First, the NYC and LA store is eco-friendly; second, the clothes are just trendy enough to be in and so trendy you can only wear them for a season; and third, your wallet will keep on keeping on.

Intermix:
Need easy, breezy blouses from Vince, Helmut Lang, or Splendid for under $200? This your sale. With up to 70% off and new styles continually added, it's worth a look. Have the credit card handy.

Anthropologie:
The "fresh cuts" section of this perennial favorite is really something to behold. Not only does it contain some of the most fall-worthy denim we've seen yet, but the pattern-adorned tops and skirts recommend themselves to mix and matching in the upcoming season.

Creatures of Comfort:
$300 off Rachel Comey sandals sound good to anyone? What about nearly $700 off a United Bamboo jacket? OK, how about under $70 for an Acne button-down? Find these and more in the 5 pages of serious sale.

Shopbop:
Despite launching a brand new website this week, they're still doing sales old school, with 30%, 50%, and 70% sections. Get your Free People, Joie, Splendid, and J Brand here.

Topshop:
Because the highest of the high-street shopping destinations is so trend-oriented, you'd think that it's difficult to find pieces to carry over from season to season. But a quick look at this up to 70% off sale proves that the dresses, sweaters, pants, and skirts are basically layering-made-easy.