Fall fashion finds: Banana Republic's best coupon, $19 Vera Bradley bag

Shop for casual jackets, jeans, bags, and more to help you transition from summer to fall. 

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A shopper heads into the American Eagle store in Cherry Creek Mall in east Denver.

Transition from summer to fall in style with this week's best clothing deals. Shop for casual jackets, jeans, bags, and more at equally casual prices.

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T-Tech by Tumi Men's Softshell Jacket
Store: World's Best Deals via eBay
Price: $32.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $55

Is It Worth It?: For those days that aren't quite cool enough for a sweater, the weather-resistant T-Tech by Tumi softshell jacket is a great option. An Editors' Choice $55 price low, this jacket has dropped by $5 since our last mention. Available in Black, Black/Asphalt, or Navy, this jacket comes in select sizes from S to XXL.

Banana Republic Coupon
Store: Banana Republic
Discount: Extra 50% off sale items via coupon code "BRSALE"
Shipping: $7 s&h
Expires: September 20

Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice coupon is tied as the best extra discount we've seen from Banana Republic all year. For instance, the Banana Republic Men's Slim-Fit Horizontal Stripe Oxford Shirt in Tibetan Blue drops to $29.99 after the coupon above, which is a $40 savings. Shipping adds $7, or spend over $50 to bag free shipping. Some exclusions apply.

Paper Crane Women's Floral Print Crop Tee
Store: Nordstrom Rack
Price: $19.60 with $7.95 s&h
Lowest By: $29

Is It Worth It?: Crop tops aren't just for summer! Layer this Paper Crane Floral Print crop tee with your favorite high-waisted skirt for a work-ready outfit, or pair it with a leather jacket for an edgy late-night look. A $29 savings, this tee comes in sizes S to L. Shop for more clearance items at Nordstrom Rack.

Sponsored by American Eagle Outfitters
American Eagle Outfitters Jeans Sale
Store: American Eagle Outfitters
Discount: Buy one pair of jeans, get 50% off a second pair
Shipping: Free shipping with purchase
Expires: October 7

Is It Worth It?: Right now is a great time to stock up on denim from American Eagle. When you buy one pair of men's or women's jeans, you'll get a second pair at 50% off. Plus, if you include at least one pair of Denim X or Flex/Denim jeans with your purchase, you'll receive free shipping on the entire order; otherwise, shipping adds $7. (Orders of $50 or more also bag free shipping.) Some exclusions apply.

Vera Bradley On the Go Crossbody Bag
Store: Vera Bradley via eBay
Price: $18.99 with free shipping
Lowest By: $44

Is It Worth It?: Available in the vibrant color combo of Puccini, the Vera Bradley On the Go crossbody is an affordable, fun choice for fall. With a 41" adjustable strap, two side slip pockets, a large back zip pocket, and even more pockets inside, this 11" x 8 3/4" x 4 1/2" handbag is sure to be your new favorite.

This article first appeared in DealNews.

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