Sign Up & Save: 10 Best Fashion Newsletters that will Help You Save

Aug 10, 2018Reading Time: 4 min

Here at, we’re a little obsessed with signing up for newsletters, especially ones of the fashion variety, because every cent saved counts. Between all of us here, we’ve filled up a few inboxes, and we can unequivocally tell you the best fashion email newsletters to sign up for online. Consider this a starter -- we may have to do a “part II” post next!

Ann Taylor LOFT

1. Ann Taylor LOFT

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Ann Taylor LOFT has a great deal available to anyone who signs up for its newsletter! For example, by simply inputting your email address on their website, you will receive a welcome gift of $25 off any order of $100. This welcome gift and other newsletter-exclusive deals are a great way to get acquainted with a brand that's stood the test of time.

J. Crew

2. J. Crew

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J. Crew just developed a new rewards program, and it is better than ever. If you have a J. Crew card, this is the perfect chance to sign up for a streamlined program that gets you rewards even faster than before.

The RealReal

3. The RealReal

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The RealReal has a lot going for it. This company has a sustainable focus that only deals with the best designer brands, not to mention they give everyone $25 just for signing up as a new customer. Plus, when you sign up for the newsletter, you will also receive emails with codes for $25 to $30 off your purchase (no minimum). Just keep in mind that you will have to pay for shipping when using these discounts and deals from their newsletter.


4. Desigual

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This Spanish company sends newsletters full of new arrivals, sales, discounts, and coupon codes right to your inbox. Started in Ibiza in 1984, Desigual's newsletter is perfect if you're looking to save on statement pieces for your fall wardrobe.


5. Tobi

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Tobi regularly offers discounts and sale announcements in its newsletters and when you sign up, you get a 50% off coupon straight away. What makes it even better is that the prices aren't even high to begin with, so it is easy to score a huge deal on the latest fashion trends.


6. Schoola

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If you're looking for newsletters that offer consistent coupon codes, look no further than Schoola! This website highlights pre-worn items as well as pieces that are still new-with-tags. This company is an affordable alternative that takes discounts a step further with their newsletter. Not to mention, that Schoola gives back to the community with every purchase.


7. DSW

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One newsletter that you absolutely have to sign up for is DSW, which is known to give out free money. That's right! DSW sends cash to its VIP members who sign up for their newsletter and offers free shipping to anyone in its reward program. You can also expect $5 or $10 coupons that are automatically added to your account a few times a year, which can be used on accessories, clearance, and sale items.

Forever 21

8. Forever 21

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Forever 21 offers the very best of activewear, clubwear, workwear, and casual attire! Even though the pieces are totally affordable to begin with, you'll still get additional coupon codes emailed each month. This will whittle your bill down to almost nothing and keep you looking gorgeous. While you're at it, be sure to fill your cart with sheet masks and save on shipping by using the ship-to-store option.


9. GAP

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GAP offers 20% off your purchase when you sign up for its newsletter, and you will regularly receive discounts that range from 40% to 75% off. It's also not unusual to be able to combine these email discounts with free shipping.


10. Macy's

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With tons of sales and special offers, signing up for Macy's newsletter is a must. Free shipping, freebies, and discount codes all figure highly in their messages and will help you save a ton at this famous department store.