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5 Spring Sales to Shop Now
Buy now, wear when it’s finally warm out. By Irina Grechko
Comments () | Published March 27, 2013

Say what you will about the date on the calendar, but it definitely does not feel like spring. Luckily retailers are getting rid of the spring collections regardless in preparation for the summer months to come. These five great spring sales offer discounts on jewelry, clothing, and home accessories enough to have you fully prepared for the warm weather—once it finally arrives.

BaubleBar Spring Cleaning Sale

No outfit is complete without statement-making jewelry. Shop chunky necklaces, whimsical studs, and brightly colored bangles at BaubleBar’s clearance sale. Pieces start at just $16.

Anthropologie Spring Dress Event

Our favorite vintage-inspired retailer, Anthropologie, is offering 20 percent off all regular-price dresses. Buy light dresses from the likes of Byron Lars and Tracy Reese, whose designs Michelle Obama has worn on several occasions, and get ready to show off your new wardrobe when temperatures hit the 70s. Sale ends March 31. 3222 M St., NW.

Asos Spring Fling

Now this is our kind of spring fling. Choose from more than 500 of Asos’s apparel and accessory sale picks. Your best bets: graphic sweatshirts, cool varsity jackets, and denim of every kind.

C. Wonder Spring Sale

Stock up on fashionable flats, printed pants, and home trinkets with C. Wonder’s spring sale. Items are up to 50 percent off; we won’t tell if you get two of everything. Tysons Corner Center.

Cusp Spring Fever Sale

Neiman Marcus’s contemporary department store, Cusp, is having a spring fever sale. Featured designers include Tibi, Diane von Furstenberg, and Milly, and sale prices start at $30 for apparel. 3030 M St., NW.

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