8 Cyber Monday 2012 Fashion Deals Worth Investigating

Go ahead, get your shop on. Your boss is probably doing it too.

Saks Fifth Avenue 

The luxury department store is offering up to 40 percent off a pretty large selection of designer goods, plus free shipping and free returns, which is clutch if you decide to indulge in a brand you don’t typically wear and it doesn’t fit. We personally will be taking this opportunity to stock up on luxe basics like Cosabella and Hanky Panky things (now $8 from $20) and Wolford tights (down from $50 and up to $30 and up).


The beautifully revamped website of this local shoe and accessory chain (which now also carries clothes from Kate Spade, Madison Marcus, Yumi Kim, and more) is offering 30 percent off sitewide with the code CYBER30.


This fashion megasite offers 30 percent off everything, including sale items, using the code CYBERMONDAYSPECIAL. Maximum purchase is $875.

Rachel Rachel Roy 

Rachel Roy’s lower-priced line is one of our favorite ways to add a jolt of hipness to pieces that don’t bare too much skin. Right now, most of the goods are a whopping 40 percent off, which means you’ll get quality cocktail dresses between $50 and $80, and casual weekend separates  for under $40. 


Male and female prepsters can get to know their new favorite online outfitter a little better with 15 percent off all orders (use code TUCKERHOLIDAY15), 20 percent off orders over $100 (use TUCKERHOLIDAY20), and 25 percent off orders over $300 (use TUCKERNUTS). 

Nasty Gal 

Get your indie fast fashion fix for even more of a steal with 25 percent off the entire site today only.


Dudes can get on the Cyber Monday fun, too—especially by taking 30 percent off sitewide with the code TAKEOFF30.

Oxford Trunk 

The goods at this indie jewelry site are handmade (and already affordable), but you can get them for 20 percent less by using the code CYBER20 at checkout. Dibs on this turquoise spike necklace.

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and writes about weddings, fashion, and shopping. Her work has also appeared in Refinery29, Bethesda Magazine, and Washington City Paper, among others. She is a Georgetown University graduate, lives in Columbia Heights, and you can find her on Instagram at @washbridegroom and @sarahzlot.