20 can’t-miss fashion deals you’re going to love this Presidents Day
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Presidents Day is right around the corner. And while that means an extra day off for most people, it also means a day of unbelievably good deals. But thankfully, you don’t have to wait until Feb. 15 to cash in on some major savings.
Many retailers have already dropped their Presidents Day deals, including discounts on a slew of tech gadgets and beauty faves. But if you’re a fashionista, you’re in for a real treat this year.
Whether you’re looking for cozy winter jackets or a fresh pair of sneakers, there are so many goodies to snag from head to toe. Case in point: the Coach Outlet is a must-stop shop for discounted designer accessories this weekend. The retailer is currently offering its clearance handbags for 75 percent off. And if you’re looking for fresh sneakers, you can snag a pair for 30 percent off at Reebok right now.
But the savings doesn’t stop there.
Below is a list of some of the most noteworthy fashion deals to score now through the long weekend.
England face a must-win game in the Six Nations this afternoon as they travel to Cardiff to take on old rivals Wales. After getting off to a nightmare start with a home Calcutta Cup defeat by Scotland on the opening weekend, Eddie Jones’ men got their campaign up and running with a routine victory over Italy a fortnight ago but today’s clash is surely make or break for their hopes of defending their title. Jones was hit by the news that Courtney Lawes is out for the rest of the tournament because of a pectoral injury, and the England boss has made two changes to his side this afternoon, with Jamie George and Mark Wilson both recalled to the starting XV.
Back-to-back defeats mean Ireland face a tall order to replicate their “average return” of a third-place finish in the Six Nations last year. Italy's Six Nations losing streak - stretching back six years - is in danger of being extended to 30 games this weekend. Azzurri head coach Franco Smith has named an unchanged side after being competitive in defeat to defending champions England last time out but their wretched run remains a blight on the Championship.
David Moyes has called on his West Ham players to respond to a disappointing defeat at Manchester City by ensuring they turn a good season into a great season. The Hammers, who have put together an unlikely push for the Champions League, were unfortunate not to take anything from the Premier League leaders who had to rely on their two centre halves for goals to make it 20 consecutive wins. West Ham ran Pep Guardiola’s side close and will take enormous confidence from their showing as they prepare for a run of games that will define whether they claim a European place or not.
West Ham’s Champions League hopes were dealt a blow as champions elect Manchester City extended their winning run to 20 games in all competitions. City dominated possession throughout but West Ham were doing a fine job of keeping them at arms length. It took a stunning ball over the back line from Kevin De Bruyne, on his weaker foot, to tee up Ruben Dias who headed home City’s first attempt of the game after half an hour.
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