This week's top fashion web sales: Marc Jacobs handbags, Alberta Ferretti shoes, Ray-Ban shades

Discounted Marc Jacobs fall handbags, Michael Stars sparkly and fitted tees, Ray-Ban shades and Barbara Bui footwear and apparel are amongst this week's best deals in the fashion web sales.

Gilt 

Accessories can make an outfit. Add some punch to your wardrobe with the latest selection of funky handbags from Marc Jacobs on sale here from October 18. Up for grabs: shoulder bags and small clutches in a variety of textures like quilted, laser-cut leather and satin.

http://www.gilt.com

Ideeli

Basics don't always have to equal boring. For more than two decades, LA-based designer Michael Stars has reinvented gym tees by making them sexy, sparkly and fitted. Snag his tees here from October 18. Also on sale at Ideeli, handbags by Alexis Hudson. Keira Knightley, Mary-Kate Olsen, and Kate Hudson are all fans of the sturdy yet chic carry-alls, known for their heavy-duty hardware and classic shapes.  

http://www.ideeli.com

Rue La La

Notch up your glamour quotient with a pair of classic Ray-Ban shades. The iconic line of sunglasses goes on sale here starting October 20. Also on Rue La La this week, a sale on the Italian apparel and accessories label Miss Sixty, known for its hip-hugging denim and urban, young spirit.

http://www.ruelala.com

Haute Look

No fall wardrobe is complete without luxurious cashmere. The LA-based line CO2, designed by Pascal Benouaiche, features soft cashmere sweaters, hoodies and dresses that beautifully outline a woman's curves. Get shopping here from October 18 .

http://www.hautelook.com/

Editors' Closet

Alberta Ferretti, famed for her romantic chiffon dresses, appliqued ribbons and exquisite beading, is going on sale here starting October 21. Only her shoes will be up for grabs. The Italian house is known for its feminine footwear in various shades of suede. French designer Barbara Bui's chic and rock n' roll apparel and shoes will also be on sale at Editors' Closet this week. 

www.editorscloset.com

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