Massive discounts on clothing you can get during Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday truly shines within the realm of clothing deals, since many brands will offer their best site wide discounts of the year. Amazon is offering 75 percent off select items on winter coats during Cyber Monday, while Express has its women's clearance sale you want to take advantage of today. 

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Logo for is displayed at a news conference in New York. Millions of Americans take advantage of online deals ranging from free shipping to hundreds of dollars off electronics and half-price clothing Monday, which is expected to be the busiest online shopping day of the year.

Where Cyber Monday truly shines is within the realm of clothing deals, since many brands will offer their best site wide discounts of the year. Shop smart this week and take advantage of coupons, sales, and free shipping with our roundup of the best Cyber Monday clothing deals. And be sure to keep checking this page, as we'll be updating it throughout the week with more top offers.

Winter Coat Sale

Store: Amazon
Discount: 75% off select items
Shipping: Free shipping via Prime
Expires: November 30
Is It Worth It?: Usually the best discounts on coats come in January and February, as stores start offering clearance-level prices on current season apparel. But Amazon is breaking all the rules and slashing 75% off a variety of styles from major brands, like Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, and Nautica. Now would be the ideal time to replace your failing puffer coat, as most styles feature down-like insulation.

Express Women's Clearance Sale

Store: Express
Discount: Extra 60% off in-cart
Shipping: $8 s&h or get free shipping on $50 orders
Expires: November 30
Is It Worth It?: You better hurry if you want to take advantage of the strongest extra discount we've ever seen for clearance items at Express; this sale ends today. We highly recommend the pictured Express Women's Snakeskin Print Halter Slip Dress for $20 ($68 off), or the simple — and easy to pull off — Express Women's Linen Flutter Sleeve T-Shirt for $6 ($29 off), both with prices after the in-cart discount.

PacSun Cyber Weekend Sale

Store: PacSun
Discount: 30% off via coupon code "EARLYCM"
Shipping: Free shipping
Is It Worth It?: Unfortunately this discount doesn't apply to sale items, but despite that, it's still the best percent-off sale we've seen from PacSun this year. Shop for casual skater-chic essentials like the picturedVolcom Men's Pulli Pullover Hoodie for $38.46 (a low by $20) or the LA Hearts Women's T-Shirt Dress for $23.06 ($10 off), both with prices after the discount.

Calvin Klein Outlet Sale

Store: Calvin Klein Outlet
Discount: 50% Off sitewide
Shipping: Free shipping
Expires: December 1
Is It Worth It?: Get the effortless, understated chic look of Calvin Klein at a fraction of the price while the designer slashes 50% off everything in its already-discounted outlet store. (Prices are as marked.) This is the best discount we've ever seen from Calvin Klein Outlet, so now is the time to stock up.

Lucky Brand Jeans Black Friday Weekend Sale

Store: Lucky Brand
Discount: 40% off sitewide
Shipping: Free shipping
Is It Worth It?: Another store cutting out the "middle man coupon," doing the work for you by slashing the price on everything from the get-go. While we saw a similar discount from Lucky Brand in September, the store won't go any lower than this. And who couldn't use more denim?

Lindsay Sakraida is a features director for, where this article first appeared.She specializes in writing about shopping trends and lifestyle subjects. She's also obsessed with music, movies, and tennis. Follow her on Twitter at @LinSakraida.

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