J. Crew’s Fall Style Sale Gems Have An Extra 50% Off Right Now
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Fall is already here, and our closets could always need more chic-and-practical jackets and super flattering jeans. If you've been looking to stock up, now's the time. J.Crew is currently offering an extra 50% off sale styles and 30% off select full-priced fall gems. An R29 reader favorite, J.Crew's sales are one of the best ways to stock up on its peppy, preppy basics for way, way less.
Using the promo code SALEONSALE, you can get these steep discounts for a super limited time only. We're letting you know about this super sale now so you can catch the best drops and snatch them up before they're all gone. But because we know how hard weeding through all those sales can be, we've curated our top choices from this layering-heaven of a sale.
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