ELOQUII's Labor Day Weekend Sale Is Filled With Versatile, Wear-Everywhere Pieces For Fall
By this point in the season, you've probably started to slowly unpack your blazers and coats from last fall. If you're hitting a bit of an impasse with getting styles from previous years to suit your new reality, you're not alone. Just in time for a wardrobe refresh, plus-sized brand ELOQUII's Labor Day Weekend sale is marking down tons of forward-looking pieces for the months ahead, all of which are as chic as they are versatile. While many brands have relegated their LDW sales to outgoing summer styles, the e-store is price-dropping everything, and it's live for a few days only.
Starting on Sep. 2, shoppers can relish up to 60% off site-wide, with sizes ranging from a 14 to a 28 on all items. With tons to sift through, there are several key silhouettes that are making a big splash this season to pay close attention to. Take, for example, its ankle-length knit cardigans, which are the 2020 version of last fall's shrunken cardigan trend. These looks can be worn as a dress; or, try styling them open with a simple white tank and a pair of jeans. There's also tons of classic LBD's, which can be dressed down with a denim jacket (see also: Zoë Kravitz's fall styling tips) or dressed up with heeled sandals. You'll also want to be sure to tap the site's robust arsenal of leather wares, from color-blocked trench coats to balloon-sleeved blouses.
Since the sale event concludes on Sep. 6, getting familiar with the offering sooner, rather than later, is encouraged — as many bold styles are expected to disappear over the coming days. For TZR's edit of the best looks included in the sale, including a Bottega Veneta-inspired fringe duster and a pair of corduroy trousers, continue ahead — and be sure to use the code "LONGWEEKEND" at checkout to cash in on the savings.
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