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Anthropologie’s 4th of July Clearance Sale: Score $200 Dresses for


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By now you’ve likely seen all kinds of incredible 4th of July sales and deals from J.Crew’s Red, White & Crew Sale offering sitewide deals up to 90% off to Pottery Barn and West Elm’s can’t-miss Warehouse Sales with thousands of items discounted up to 70% off. While we definitely think you should take advantage of all the savings you can this holiday weekend, if we had to choose just one place to shop, it would have to be Anthropologie

This 4th of July, Anthropologie is throwing a major clearance sale where nearly everything (furniture is excluded) is on sale for an extra 50% off. With savings like that, you can score a gorgeous Farm Rio jumpsuit, which typically costs around $200, for just $60. You can even find other $150+ dresses that are on sale for $50 or less.

Not only can you score great deals on summer fashion, you can also save on cute new products for your home like candles, throw pillows, blankets, mugs and more. Again, nearly everything included in the sale section is an extra 50% off. Needless to say, we recommend shopping ASAP as items tend to sell out fast. 

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite deals and styles from Anthropologie’s 4th of July Clearance Sale. Check those out below.

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