Get ready for the fall and holiday season

We’re always happy to highlight extra ways to score a good deal – especially when it comes to fashion. Whether you’re a fan of the brand names or affordable labels, we’ve got exactly what you want for a price you won’t mind paying. We’re just like Carrie Bradshaw: We like our money where we can see it, hanging in our closets.

So keep reading to learn about how you can save money on all the best trends and styles to get ready for fall and the holiday season.

1. Sweater Weather Calls for Cozy Knits

Is it really autumn if you don’t buy yourself a cozy, new sweater? With temperatures falling as we settle into October, it’s the perfect time to shop for warm knits for yourself. And, with slower delivery times expected over the next few months, it might even be time to start holiday shopping for your friends and family, too.

Whether you’re looking for a classic neutral that can be worn year after year or a more trendy, colorful style, you won’t be disappointed with all the sales your favorite stores will be serving up. Last year, they had a sitewide sale that saved shoppers 50% on nearly everything. This is why we recommend you keeping an eye on this Banana Republic coupon page for great deals.

Plus, if you want to save even more, you can check out the Banana Republic Style Passport program. This unique subscription service allows you to rent tons of new clothes from a closet that you curate yourself. You’ll get three pieces, three times each month for just $75 per month. Return the items to get new ones or purchase your favorites for a discounted price. It’s the perfect way to feel refreshed and confident for every new season.

2. Dress to Impress

Dresses aren’t just a summer staple anymore. If you’re looking for an opportunity to elevate your frock collection, the Neiman Marcus sale page is where you’ll find price markdowns on dresses galore.

Whether you’re hoping to turn heads at a holiday event or simply want to go back to the office in style, you’ll be covered. This time last year, fashion-forward shoppers were able to save 50% on sale items. They also enjoyed 40% off the entire site. For luxury shopping on a budget, it pays to look for discounts at Neiman Marcus.

3. Parkas, Pea Coats and Patterns – Oh My!

October is the perfect time to start thinking about your winter wardrobe. Once those leaves hit the ground, it’s time to warm up and serve some serious looks in a new coat.

From tundra-like temps and freezing wind to milder climates and gentle breezes, there’s a style for every winter occasion. Even if you don’t need a new coat, you could always use a new puffer jacket or hiking fleece for running around town or trail.

If we just described you to a T, Saks Fifth Avenue discounts are usually good. In the past, customers have saved up to 70% on select styles. Plus, when you create an account, you’ll also get 10% off.

This year, patterns are in. Go wild with fun styles in plaid, geometric patterns or stripes and save money at the same time.

4. Stock Up on Essentials Like Jeans and Leggings

A pair of good jeans (or leggings) is like your best friend. They both support you and always make you feel confident. If you’re interested in switching up your denim game, you’re in luck because there are tons of options.

Start by shopping at Express, where you’ll find denim for both men and women. For trendsetters, there are flares and joggers. Traditionalists should check out high-waisted skinny jeans. If you’re in between, you’ll feel right at home with bootcut and boyfriend fits. Plus, you can often get these for a steal when you buy one pair and get a second pair for 50% off.

If leggings are more your style, you’ll also find a fashionable selection. Last year, shoppers saved $25 on $75 orders with an Express coupon from our page. So stock up on biker shorts, ankle leggings, workout gear and more.

If we’ve done our job right, you’ve been inspired to spruce up your closet (and get some holiday shopping done at the same time). Be sure to check in with us again as more sales roll in.