Spend $100, get $50 off at Ann Taylor

If you like classic duds, sign up to get Ann Taylor emails. They have about four sales a week–it’s crazy. For a limited time, if you spend $100 or more, you get $50 off your purchase. Not bad, right? No code needed, and there is a flat $8.95 fee on all shipping, with free shipping if you spend $175. Here are our favorite combos to get you to $100 so you can take advantage of this great deal:


Jacquard Mosaic Sweater – $89; Romantic Stud Earrings – $39.50
$128.50-$50 = $78.50


Sweaters with embellishments are the all the rage–gems, patterns, varied textures. This grey and cream (pale pink?) sweater is a great spin on the typical boatneck sweater. Paired with these black, clear, and pale pink crystal earrings, it’s a perfect match.


Side Button Asymmetric Tunic Sweater – $79; Ponte Zip Pocket Leggings – $79
$158 – $50 = $108


I plan to live in tunics this winter. They’re so comfortable and they look really put-together without much effort. This wine-colored tunic comes in a ton of other jewel-toned colors, plus has darling buttons on the side. Pair with ponte leggings–they’re much sturdier than regular cotton/spandex leggings, so you can wear them as pants.


Back Zip 3/4 Sleeve Top – $49; Lace Floral Print Cotton Scarf – $59.50
$108.50 – $50 = $58.50


Another thing I’m going to live in? Scarves. Tied around my neck, draped over my shoulders. There are so many beautiful prints out this fall. If you want to showcase your scarves, pair with a simple top, like this white blouse with black piping at the collar.

And a couple stand-alone items…

Merino Wool Blend Poncho – $69 ($119)


Cozy, warm, easy to style–gotta love ponchos. Pair with tighter-fitting pants so that your ensemble doesn’t have too much volume. I especially love the styling in the photo at left–long sleeves peeking out and layered bangles.


Ruched Sweater Dress – $59 ($109)


This dress looks so comfortable I wanted to include it, but I’m not sold on the styling. It looks loose enough to flatter different body types, and that ruching on the side is a forgiving detail, but I wonder if the line of the dress is too uninterupted to be flattering for all. Maybe adding a belt or a sweater would work to break up the line a bit? Unfortunately it’s only available online, so you’ll have to order it to find out. Report back if you do, will you?

Happy shopping!

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