Women's apparel deals that will brighten your wallet's day

The holiday season may be over but that's no reason to stop treating yourself. Plus with these prices, treating yourself has never been more affordable.

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    In this Nov. 9, 2011, file photo, a tourist from Switzerland, looks at jewelry at a Michael Kors store while shopping at Dolphin Mall, in Miami. This week you can also snag a Michael Kors dress on deep discount.
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Time to wake up from your January slump, ladies! Today we're highlighting five Editors' Choice women's apparel deals to get you out of that dreary weather rut and into some seriously cute clothes. Grab a Michael Kors dress at an all-time price low, slip on a slinky Bebe halter dress at a $109 savings, and get cozy with an Eddie Bauer parka for $70.

  1. MICHAEL Michael Kors Women's Foiled Cotton Terry Dress
    Store: Nordstrom
    Price: $49.97 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $90

    Is It Worth It?: If you've spent a few too many frosty evenings lounging in your sweats, this MICHAEL Michael Kors dress in Gold is your perfect pick-me-up. This foil-coated cotton terry dress features a forgiving sweatshirt-style silhouette with a chunky chain at the neckline. At $90 off list, this dress is tied as the lowest price we've seen. It's available in sizes M to XL.

  2. Bebe Women's Cinched Front Halter Dress
    Store: Bebe
    Price: $25 in-cart with free shipping via coupon code "FSBEBE"
    Lowest By: $109

    Is It Worth It?: You've been working hard on your new year's resolutions, and it's time to show off your progress. This flirty halter dress by Bebe in Very Berry, Deep Blue, or Blue Grass offers the perfect excuse to flaunt your figure — it drops to just $25 in-cart, saving you $109! Better yet, apply coupon code "FSBEBE" to bag free shipping on your order. This cute cocktail dress is available in sizes XS to L, although not in all size/color combinations.

  3. L.L.Bean Signature Women's Stretch Twill Pencil Skirt
    Store: L.L.Bean
    Price: $26.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $42

    Is It Worth It?: Winter weather can lead to wearing the same sort of outfit to work every day, sticking you in a style rut. Breathe a little life into your wardrobe with this chic L.L.Bean Signature stretch twill pencil skirt. Available in Cinnamon, Dark Ivy, and Twig, this sensible skirt will flatter your shape and boost your confidence for just $27. It comes in sizes 4 to 16, but not in all combinations.

  4. Eddie Bauer Women's Super Sweater Down Parka
    Store: Eddie Bauer
    Price: $69.99 with $9.99 s&h
    Lowest By: $109

    Is It Worth It?: Face the winter winds without kowtowing to bulky layers with the Eddie Bauer Super Sweater down parka. Filled with cozy 550 fill premium goose down, this ultralight parka will keep you warm without turning you into a walking puff pastry. A $109 savings, this coat comes in Black, Burgundy, or Patriot Blue and features a fully lined polyester shell and integrated, down–insulated hood. It's available in sizes M to XL, although not in all combos.

  5. Holiday Edition Women's Rudolph Socks
    Store: Kmart
    Price: 75 cents with free shipping via Shop Your Way Max
    Lowest By: $2

    Is It Worth It?: Who cares if the holidays are over? Cover these cheery Rudolph socks with a pair of chic shoes and no one will ever know that you're still kickin' it merry and bright. Better yet, you'll save $2 and bag these socks for one of the best prices we've seen all season.

    It's a great time to stock up on merry decor for your tootsies at Kmart, where tons ofwomen's holiday socks have been discounted. Prices start at just 75 cents, and SYWM members even bag free shipping. (In-store pickup is also available.) That's a few cents under the starting price we saw in December, and among the better sock sales we've from Kmart recently.

Marcy Bonebright is a features writer for, where this article first appeared:

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