Sifting Through The Sales: Ready For Summer Edition

Anthropologie Rosie button front shirt in cricket print. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

With warmer days ahead, I’ve been on the lookout for wear-now-wear-later summer styles. There’s so much on sale at the moment it can get overwhelming, so I picked out a few pieces I thought you might like.

Summer Clothing On Sale

When it’s too hot to layer, a lightweight top in a fun print or color is one way to add visual interest to a simple outfit. Anthropologie currently is offering 20% off all clothing, including this button-front top. It’s offered in Misses, Petite, and Plus sizes, and other prints are available too. (And my favorite poodle print top is also 20% off!)

Anthropologie rainbow stripe cotton tee. Details at une femme d'un certain age

Tee shirts are a summer staple, and I really like the unique rainbow stripe on this one. Offered in Misses and Petites.

Chico's lemon print linen shirt. Details and more summer clothing on sale at une femme d'un certain age.

Chico’s has some nice summer pieces on sale, including this no-iron linen tunic in lemon print. Linen is my favorite summer fabric!

Chico's cargo crop pants in Sage. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

I have these cropped cargo pants in Navy and love them! The fabric is a super lightweight and breathable cotton poplin, and like the utility pants (also on sale!) they’re flattering and easy to style. When we can travel again, these would be a good addition to a warm weather travel wardrobe.

J.Jill linen A-line dress in lemon print. Details and more summer clothes on sale at une femme d'un certain age.

Stay cool even on the most sweltering days in an easy linen dress. This one’s 50% off with code JUNE40. Other prints and solid colors available too in Misses, Petite, Plus and Tall sizes. And yes, it has pockets! 😉

J.Jill straw market tote with lemon embroidery. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

Can you tell I have an affinity for citrus prints? This cute straw market tote with lemons is also 50% off with code JUNE40.

J.Jill striped tiered linen maxi dress. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

And another wafty linen dress at 50% off…it’s hard to go wrong with blue and white stripes. Offered in Misses, Petites, Plus and Tall sizes.

Talbot's classic cotton shirt with woven plaid texture. Details and more summer clothing on sale at une femme d'un certain age.

A woven plaid texture adds interest to this classic white shirt. Get 30% off your entire purchase, plus another 15% off with code FRIENDS (for Talbot’s Classic Award members).

Talbot's linen midi skirt in blue stripe. Details at une femme d'un certain age.

Style this linen midi skirt with a classic white shirt (knotted at the waist and with sleeves rolled) and espadrilles for a Grace Kelly vibe, or with your favorite graphic tee for a more beachy look. Offered in Misses, Petite, Plus and Plus Petite sizes.

Vince Camuto stripe linen v-neck blouse. Details and more summer clothing on sale at une femme d'un certain age.

And yes, more stripes. This linen top is 50% off.

Sales worth a peek…

Ann Taylor – More Is More Sale, 50% off purchase + extra 20% off 3+ items. Code MOREISMORE

Banana Republicup to 50% off select styles, extra 50% off sale styles.

Eileen Fisher – Special Sale, clothing at $99 and under

Halsbrook Big Spring Sale

Lands’ Endup to 60% off entire order, code EXPLORE

Nordstromwomen’s sale & clearance. Lots of Eileen Fisher in the mix.

Saks Fifth Avenue – Designer Sale, up to 50% off.

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6 Comments

  1. Janelle
    June 5, 2020 / 8:24 am

    Oh Susan, I love several items in this post. We may not be going anywhere at the present, but we still need to shop don’t we? Thanks for a great collection.

  2. Mary Ann
    June 5, 2020 / 12:54 pm

    Hi Susan, read your remarks a few days ago on the black beating of an unarmed man. I do agree, but a long time ago I was told, your remarks will go over well with 50% of your readers. I am still waiting to hear what you have to say about the 179 shops that had damage or looting in Santa Monica.
    We pray for all the shop owners, police men hurt or killed and the jobs lost to this protest, such a waste of time and money.

    • Susan Blakey
      Author
      June 5, 2020 / 12:58 pm

      Hi Mary Ann, I did touch on this in Wednesday’s post. I don’t support the destruction, and feel especially bad for the small businesses that are already struggling to recover from closures due to Coronavirus. Recent protests have been peaceful, and I’m hopeful they will stay that way.

  3. June 5, 2020 / 1:11 pm

    I hesitate to order any more clothing because I still have not received the orders I placed in mid-May (several different retailers). I placed an order at Talbots.com yesterday but received an email message today saying they don’t know when they will be able to ship it. Apparently, while flattening the curve for hospitals, we’ve over-taxed the system for USPS and UPS.

    • Lee Rosenthall
      June 8, 2020 / 7:19 am

      It’s not just that USPS, UPS, and FedEX have been impacted. It’s also an issue with supply chains, especially from China, where a lot of our clothing is manufactured. Retailers can’t make payments and are not accepting delivery on some orders placed and, storage is full, etc. It’s a mess. 🙁

  4. Jeanne J
    June 5, 2020 / 2:08 pm

    I purchased 2 linen dresses from JJill, specifically for my current work-from-home situation, thinking they would look presentable on Zoom and would be comfortable in warm weather as well, for days when A/C is not needed. One is the a-line dress you show, in navy; the other is a turquoise polo dress. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the fabric on both (my last JJill linen was not great…) and enjoy wearing them. And – pockets!

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