Best women's fashion deals: Shop summer dresses starting at $8

Soak up the sun with summer styles in this roundup of the best women's fashion deals.

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Model Bella Hadid smiles as she has her make-up applied inside Blenheim Palace ahead of the Dior Cruise 2017 Collection fashion show in Woodstock, Britain, on Monday.

Soak up the sun with summer styles in this week's roundup of the best women's fashion deals. Score flirty dresses, all-season handbags, and more.

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SheIn Clearance Sale
Store: SheIn
Discount: Up to 80% off
Shipping: Free shipping

Stock up on plenty of summery items (and some perfect fall frocks, too!) with this deal. You'll save up to 80% on select clearance, including dresses, a variety of shoe styles, casual apparel, and more. Prices are as marked, and start at around $6. Size availability for many items is limited. One of our top picks is this SheIn Women's Deep Plunge Neck Bodycon Dress for $8.46, a $34 savings.

Note: Uncheck "Add Shipping Insurance to your order" during checkout to remove the 99-cent fee. Many items ship from mainland China and should arrive in three to four weeks.

Women's Dresses at Nordstrom Rack
Store: Nordstrom Rack
Discount: Up to 87% off
Shipping: $7.95 s&h, or free shipping on $100

Find dresses for nearly any occasion with this sale. With prices from around $11, you can find casual numbers for warm summer days, flattering date night picks, and more. Some sizes are limited. A favorite pick of ours, this Socialite Women's Halter Bodycon Midi Dress is available in Orange for $16.20, a savings of $38.

Women's Handbags at Boscov's
Store: Boscov's
Discount: 15% off $100 via code "SUMFUN15"
Shipping: $9.95 s&h, or free shipping on $99

Expand your handbag collection with this sale. Prices start at around $2, and you can save an extra 15% off orders of $100 or more via the code above. Some exclusions may apply. One of our best bets is this The Sak Women's Silverlake Bucket Handbag for $74.49, a $15 savings.

MakeMeChic Women's Summer Dresses
Store: MakeMeChic
Discount: 30% off via code "DRESS30"
Shipping: $4.90 s&h, or free shipping on $29

Score flirty looks for day or night! You'll save 30% on select summer dresses via the code above. Discounted styles include short, summery picks and serious maxi-length looks, plus more. Some exclusions may apply. A top choice, thisMakeMeChic Women's Sleeveless Floral Belt Chiffon Dress for $15.40 is great for garden parties at a savings of $7.

Free People Women's Apparel at Nordstrom
Store: Nordstrom
Discount: 40% off
Shipping: Free shipping

Turn heads with the unique summery looks in this sale! You'll save 40% off select Free People apparel, including flowy tops, skirts, tank tops, and more. One of our best bets is this Free People Women's Emily Crochet Dress for $76.80, a $51 savings.

This story originally appeared on Dealnews.com.

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