Various brands are offering site-wide discounts right now

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Let’s start at Frame Denim, where pretty much everything is 25-40% off, starting with this cute, crisp ruched popover.

Frame’s Le Garcon jean has a nice boyfriend-y cut, and I like how clean the wash is on this pair.

A skinny cargo pant with tons of stretch.

I’d wear this white denim shirt as a lightweight jacket.

A cool, slouchy take on the classic shirtdress.

At Equipment, the discount site-wide is 40%, and I’d start out with this shirt, because the print is so cool.

Such an easy, fun summer top.

I like the very deep V on this cashmere V-neck sweater.

Here’s their classic slim signature shirt in timeless black.

I dig the oversized shape of this cashmere cardigan.

At Current-Elliott, the discount is 40% site-wide. I like their confidant pant, which is a good (cheaper) stand-in for Nili Lotan chinos.

I like the elastic ankles on these pants.

The abstract leopard print on this blouse strikes me as rather luxe somehow.

I’m a fan of Current-Elliott’s Fling jean, which has a nice slouchy fit, and I like this slightly faded black wash.

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    Hanna
    18 May 2020
    11:41am

    I see these nice tops now and think how am I going to get them dry cleaned? Mine are still closed. Are there alternatives for silk tops?

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      ceejay
      18 May 2020
      5:00pm

      I never dry clean – so many chemicals and it doesn’t even clean clothes just sprays some chemicals on the surface. I think dry cleaning is kind of a scam and hate when the label says to dry clean when it is totally unnecessary. I put silk in the gentle cycle with Woolite and hang dry. If it is really special and looks gentle then hand wash with woolite. Never had an issue and others may have better products than Woolite. Just my opinion I am not a fabric cleaning expert!

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        Jeanne
        18 May 2020
        6:49pm

        I just want to add, don’t wring/squeeze it out, even when rolled up in a towel. Lay it on a clean towel and dab with another to absorb the water. Then lay flat or hang to dry. I learned this the hard way with a navy blue Vince top that now has tie-dye like streaks in it now. I’m trying to figure out if that looks cool or not.

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    EW
    18 May 2020
    3:13pm

    OH! what a post. I ordered those CE pants — additional 40% off. Whenever we get out of this train wreck, I will be well styled 😉

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    Mamavalveeta03
    18 May 2020
    1:37pm

    The striped shirtdress from Frame is so “Val if she actually had somewhere to go and had a reason to spruce-up a bit.” Might have to admit to my closet, just in case.

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    joannawnyc
    18 May 2020
    1:07pm

    Love the side-striped khakis!

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    c.w.
    18 May 2020
    12:46pm

    I have 2 pr of the Frame Le Garcon Crop, but in the Covant style––I sized down and they fit perfectly. Don’t know if that’s true for the one shown, but just wanted to give a heads-up. Lots in this group to love. That tie dress is pretty wonderful and the navy cashmere v-neck has such a slouchy cool-girl vibe. (sigh)

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    Jax
    18 May 2020
    8:27pm

    I’ve always liked the look of so many Current/Elliot pants and jeans, but still haven’t been able to pull the trigger.
    I’m pretty well stocked up on pants and jeans lately from Madewell, Everlane, J. Crew and James Perse, so abstaining from packing my closet full.

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      Jax
      18 May 2020
      8:28pm

      Also the price point is too high for me to do a Final Sale, but it’s very tempting.

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      Jax
      18 May 2020
      8:30pm

      I really like the Current/Elliott Weslan pant from the front, but once I saw the lace-up back of the calves, eh.

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