Cyber Monday means site-wide discounts on clothes

Cyber Monday deals mean site-wide discounts for clothing retailers. American Eagle, Armani Exchange, and Hollister have some of the best Cyber Monday deals. 

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People wait outside the American Eagle store for it to open at the Citadel Outlets Thanksgiving in Los Angeles. If you missed Black Friday, there are still plenty of Cyber monday deals to be had on clothes.

Last week electronics deals were the talk of the town, but now it's time for clothing sales to shine. We've rounded up some of the hottest offers, but act fast! These fashions may outlast the season, but the Editors' Choice prices sure won't. Be sure to check back often as we'll continue to update this page with all the latest,best Cyber Monday clothing deals.

American Eagle Outfitters Cyber Monday Sale
Store: American Eagle Outfitters
Discount: 50% off sitewide via coupon code "94C486V1"
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: If you were too busy buying a new HDTV or laptop on Black Friday and missed out on this American Eagle Outfitters Black Friday Sale, you're in luck! Today is the final day you can save 50% off sitewide, which even applies to clearance apparel. Combined with free shipping, this offer remains the best promotion we've seen from AEO this year.

Armani Exchange Cyber Monday Sale
Store: Armani Exchange
Discount: 45% off sitewide
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: Right in line with our Black Friday predictions, this A|X Exchange sale is the best of the year. In fact, it's the first ever sitewide sale we've seen from the clothier in 2013, and it tops last year's Cyber Monday promotion which only offered free shipping on overs over $100. Dress yourself to the nines in apparel and accessories, with prices starting at $14 (for accessories), men's sweaters from $37.95, and men's outerwear from $48.40.

The North Face Women's Balance Tank Top
Price: $11.73 in-cart with free shipping
Lowest By: $13
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: While this athletic top won't keep big-busted ladies supported through more bounce-inducing activities, it's an excellent option for low-impact exercises like yoga. And at this price, who can argue? It's rare to find anything from The North Face for just over $10. It's available in Razzle Pink and Vibrant Blue and in sizes XS to XL.

Cannondale Men's Track Jacket
Price: $21.73 in-cart with free shipping
Lowest By: $24
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: If you wear a size XL through 3XL, then you're in luck — this track jacket is $57 off. The cold weather zip-up features just enough neon green to give your workout gear a pop, and the soft cotton blend material won't irritate during strenuous activity.

Hollister SoCal Beach Party Sale
Discount: 50% off sitewide
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: We love Cyber Monday for all the amazing clothing sales, and this is an excellent example of the potential savings you can have this week: Hollister is taking 50% off sitewide, which is the store's best sale of the entire year. Now we can all get that tousled, beach-bum look without spending a fortune.

The Children's Place Cyber Monday Sale
Discount: Up to 40% off with an extra 30% off via coupon code "CYBERPLACE"
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 2
Is It Worth It?: It can be easy to go overboard with kids clothes (they're just so tiny and adorable!), but there's no shame in loading up on teeny apparel with this sale, since it's the store's best of the year. Snag essentials like The Children's Place Girls' Star Cardigan Sweater or The Children's Place Boys' Camo Puffer Jacket (pictured) for $12.60 or $29.79 (respectively) after the coupon.

Wet Seal Sale
Discount: Buy 1 item, get 2nd item 70% off plus an extra 10% off via coupon code "WSWELCOME"
Shipping: Free shipping on $15 orders
Expires: December 2 at 7 am ET
Is It Worth It?: Typically Wet Seal caters to younger folk, but if you can shop with an eagle eye for basics and transcendent pieces, then this sale can work for all ages. That's great, since it offers significant savings; if you buy one item (regular-price or on sale), the second item in your order will be 70% off, while the entire purchase gets 10% off via the above coupon. Combined, that's the largest sale we've seen from Wet Seal this year.

 Emily Dovi, Lindsay Sakraida, Marcy Bonebright:

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