Best women's fashion deals

Revamp your fitness wardrobe and snag a late-summer look in the week's best women's fashion deals.

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Models pose against the backdrop of an old sandstone chapel during a fashion show for the label Romance Was Born on the waterfront of Sydney Harbor during Australian Fashion Week.

Revamp your fitness wardrobe and snag a late-summer look in the week's best women's fashion deals. Fill your closet with Victoria's Secret loungewear before it's all gone, a classy retro-style dress, and more.

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Jockey Women's Closeouts at eBay
Store: Jockey via eBay
Discount: Up to 90% off
Shipping: Free shipping

Score comfy basics for all seasons with this deal! You'll save up to 90% offselect t-shirts, underwear, socks, and activewear, with prices from around $4. Even better, most items also bag free shipping. Size availability for many items is limited. One of our fav picks is this Jockey Women's Pajama Set for $19.99, a $42 savings.

Victoria's Secret Lounge Sale
Store: Victoria's Secret
Discount: Up to 70% off
Shipping: $8 s&h, or free shipping on $100 or more

Soon you won't be able to snag lounge items at Victoria's Secret (unless you're shopping the Pink line) so you better get 'em while you can! You'll save up to 70% off on select lounge items, including pants and shorts, tops and t-shirts, hoodies, and more. Plus, stock up and bag free shipping on orders of $100 or more. One of our top picks is these Victoria's Secret Women's Classic Yoga Pants for $24.99, a savings of $15.

MakeMeChic Women's Shirtwaist Dress
Store: MakeMeChic
Price: $18.90
Shipping: $4.90 s&h
Lowest By: $4

Channel your retro style with this MakeMeChic short sleeve bow shirtwaist dress in Blue. This vintage-looking design gets a modern cut with a shorter skater-style skirt, but still looks classy, especially paired with a strand of pearls. It's available in sizes S to XXL.

Nike Women's Dri-Fit Capris
Store: Proozy
Price: $22 via code "DN22"
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $28

Treat yourself to some new workout wear and grab these Nike Dri-Fit capris. These fitness essentials feature moisture-wicking material to keep you dry and comfortable no matter what your workout brings, as well as the iconic Nike swoosh on the left thigh. Choose from six colors in most sizes S to L.

SheIn Women's Butterfly Print Swing Dress
Store: SheIn
Price: $13.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $8

Capture the feeling of summer with this SheIn swing dress in Multicolor. You'll save $8 on this shift-style dress featuring a cheerful butterfly print and short, flowy design. It's available in one size which fits most.

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