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Exclusive To R29 Readers: Take 50% Off At This Fierce E-Boutique

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    We consider ourselves online-shopping samurais — whether we're on the hunt for vintage or spring '13 (yes, some of it's already available!), we're well aware of the best spots to buy it all from behind a computer screen. And any e-commerce aficionado will tell you that AlleyCat Trade is at the top of her list, and not just because her bookmarks are in alphabetical order!

    Curated by Jo Scapa (you'll probably recognize her from our story on L.A.'s cutest pups and their stylish owners), the SoCal-based boutique has been our all-in-one, go-to spot for everything from party dresses to cozy separates. Well, get ready R29 readers, because we're offering an exclusive 50% off, store-wide. No need to wait until the best fall merch hits the discount racks, you can score those autumn wares from Mother Jeans, LnA, Alice McCall, Wildfox, and so much more for oh-so cheap! Plus, all those hard-to-find Euro brands will be on the chopping block along with quirky wallets, designer shoes, and over-sized knits. We meant it when we said all-in-one!

    Just enter the code R29BLOWOUT and everything in your cart is instantly half off. The sale is available while supplies last, so hop to it! Take a peek at the five items that landed at the top of our wish lists in our slideshow and head on over to AlleyCat Trade to score your own insane deals.

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