No matter where you find yourself this Memorial Day weekend, you're going to want to do some online shopping. Whether it be poolside, somewhere in the mountains, or just curled up at home, the fact of the matter is that this weekend, brands are kicking off the unofficial start of summer by marking down the styles you've likely already been eyeing for the last few months. Find the vast range of options overwhelming? Well, that's why I'm curating some of 2019's best memorial day sale finds from a few of my go-to shopping sites.
I sorted through thousands of products to find a handful of cool new pieces you'll have plenty of opportunities to wear. Some are ideal for your weekday wardrobe, while others are meant to fill those gaps in your vacation and wedding guest shopping lists. And while I tried to keep it seasonal for you — so you can wear your purchases the moment you pull them out of the box — there are a few chilly weather picks I couldn't resist, as I know they'll be favorites come fall. Below, peruse the sale pieces that surely won't leave you with buyers remorse. Happy shopping!
The Row does comfortable staples extermely well, which is why snaping up their designs on sale is never a bad idea. Consider your purchase an investment you'll have for years to come.
Farfetch has a wide range of designers, both luxury and contemporary, but this Ganni dress was a standout style I've been thinking about for months. It's polished enough for the office, but still has personality and quirk.
While I've spent the last few years focused on rings and earrings, lately I've been focused on adding a few key necklaces into my rotation. I love the thicker chain and flower detail of this design.
Trendy footwear is a great way to instantly dress up a simple jeans and tee combination. These cool Altuzzara heels have been on my wish list for a while now, the fishnet and shell details are ideal for summer.
Solid & Striped
In the market for a fresh summer swimsuit? Every year I go back to Solid & Striped for its retro-cool designs. This year I'm eyeing this bandana-esque top, but there are plenty of simple bikinis and one-pieces worthy of wearing this summer, too.
Ok, the amount of tempting product in Net-a-Porter's sale might seem overwhelming, but my recommendation is to do your homework before: Have a wishlist saved of piece you need and once the sale arrives stick to those key items, like this structured blazer from Rokh.
In the market for a comfy-cute pair of pumps? Dear Frances is my go-to for work shoes and these new slingbacks are a current favorite.
While a down vest may not be the most practical purchase for summer, I'm always looking out for Saks Potts' cult styles. Come fall, this would make for an especially cool layering piece.
This floaty Acne Studios top has been on my mind since I first saw it on the runway. I can imagine wearing it with jeans, over a dress, or styled with shorts, all of which makes it a worthy purchase for summer.
As a long time fan of Staud's summery pieces, I constantly find myself checking back on the brand's website for the latest drops. Cow print is going to be big in the coming months, so might as well try it out now.
Opening Ceremony is the place for shopping emerging designers, so the sale is a great opportunity to snag something cool and unusual that your friends might not know about yet. Bode is an emerging designer based in NYC who should be in your radar right now.
For those who have a number of weddings to attend this season, this Jacquemus dress is the ideal style. It's a statement without feeling too over the top, plus the fringe is ideal for dancing.
This summer is all about the "dad shirt" short sleeve button downs that are a bit more relaxed than a typical blouse. This graphic find from Sandro is one I've been eyeing for the office.