Universal Standard’s more affordable than ever with a sample sale up to 75 percent off

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Surprise, surprise! There’s actually another Universal Standard sample sale going on, meaning anyone at almost any size can shop the inclusive brand at a super discount. The prices of the brand’s most memorable items are truly the lowest they’ve ever been. 

One of the only brands that offer up to a size 40 is having one of its biggest sales of the year. With a whopping sample sale of up to 75 percent off, shoppers of varying body types can snag the brand’s quality basics from July 21 to August 2. From tops starting at $24 to jeans also starting at just $24, there is a whole lot to choose from. However, the sale is also final, so make sure you find your correct Universal Standard size.

What’s In The Sale

For day-to-day wear the brand’s super comfy Kate Twill Jumpsuit is over $100 off. Not to mention, you can get the Bae Boyfriend Straight-Leg Jeans or the Sava High-Rise Flare Cropped Jeans for half off to add to your collection.

Even if you plan on lazying about or working out this summer, there’s plenty of discounted clothes for that too. You can snag the Ace Contrast Panel Leggings for $54 now. Plus, if you’re just bored in the house or you’re in the house bored, the ever-popular Natalie Jersey Set is $34 (and it comes in several different colors). But really, if that’s not your style or vibe, there’s an entire athleisure section starting at $24 and an affordable sleepwear section, which you can dive into for yourself. 

Regardless of what you add to your cart, you’re getting a big discount compared to the brand’s usual prices. Plus, with an inclusive sample sale this big, you already know the available sizes won’t be available for very long. 

Here are some of the coolest picks to get you ahead of the game. 

Shop: Meuse High Rise Resin Jeans 30 Inch – Black, $49 (Orig. $98.00)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Misa Jersey Dress – Eggplant, $34 (Orig. $75)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Kate Twill Jumpsuit – Olive, $84 (Orig. $185)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Rally Tank – Merlot, $34 (Orig. $50)

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Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Tess Ponte Culottes – Black, $64 (Orig. $120)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Volley Dolphin Short – Merlo, $24 (Orig. $40)

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Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Michelle Cupro Shirt Dress – Orchid, $72 (Orig. $145)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Navia Outline Wrap Skirt – White, $48 (Orig. $110)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Ace Contrast Panel 7/8 Leggings – Black/Pale Pink, $54 (Orig. $75)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

Shop: Natalie Jersey Sleep Set, $34 (Orig. $75)

Credit: Universal Standard
Credit: Universal Standard

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