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10 Major Sales to Kick Start Your August

In the world of shopping, August is a time when every retailer is having some sort of summer sale to make room for fall product. Since it's the end of the season, selection is spotty and stock rarely lasts long—but that's part of the thrill! Few things are more wonderful than discovering the last pair of Rag & Bone booties are not only your size, but also 90 percent off.

You're bound to find deals on any e-commerce site this month, but I'd recommend starting with the 10 in the slideshow below. Click through to start saving now!

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6. Zara.com

Already inexpensive separates have been made too cheap to pass up, thanks to this fast fashion chain's end of season mark-downs. This is a greater way to try new trends without financially committing—there's plenty of pastel pieces, printed blazers and neon stilettos for under $100.

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10. Saksfifthavenue.com

Until August 13, the department store has taken up to 70 percent off over 3,000 items from a ton of top designers. There's so much to choose from it's basically impossible to just add one thing to your basket—we're already planning to buy this mint green '20s inspired dress for $187.60 (was $268) and this chunky-knit Jil Sander sweater for $264—which is crazy low compared to its original $880 pricetag.

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