With all the summer clearance sales flying around, we at Scouted like finding sales that include more than just last winter’s best — and that’s the case with Banana Republic’s Summer Sale.
Through tomorrow night, you get an extra 50% off all sale styles for both men and women, and more than 500 items were just added into the mix so we’re looking at summer-ready additions to your warm-weather wardrobe. Just add the already marked down item to your cart and you’ll see that extra half-off at checkout. The entire women’s sale section includes nearly 2,000 items so there’s something for anyone. The wrinkle-resistant, breathable, and easily packable Performance-Stretch Easy Pant is great to wear to work and then out for drinks — not to mention your weekend park plans. The extra savings bring these down to $36. Or check out the Picot-Trim Tank Top in Warm White — going for $21 while on this sale. Its semi-fitted design and delicate lace make this top versatile and luxe-feeling, and perfect for myriad summer plans. And if you want a full body solution, check out the Sandwash Modal Cropped Jumpsuit in Navy. It’s down all the way to $48 for the next two days. The men’s side of the sale includes more than 1,400 items. The moisture-wicking and anti-odor Luxury-Touch Performance Golf Polo in Black is $15 during the sale — meaning multiples are easy and more affordable. Or consider saving big on an investment in the Standard Italian Wool Plaid Suit Jacket, down to $179 during this sale and a staple in any serious wardrobe. For summer apparel upgrades, this kind of Bana Republic sale is a great chance to elevate high for some really low prices. Shop at Banana Republic >
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