Shoppers wait all year to stock up on tanks, shorts and dresses for up to 60% off at Athleta’s semi-annual sale

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Make no mistake about it, the 4th of July sales are going to be good this year. With inflation making everything so expensive, shoppers have been waiting for this moment to take advantage of major markdowns.

Like many other retailers, Athleta debuted huge price drops for their semi-annual sale. Now through July 8, select items are up to 60% off.

While some people think Athleta is only a place to shop for workout clothes, that’s not entirely true. Yes, the brand makes some of the best activewear money can buy, but many of their pieces are also versatile enough to wear beyond the yoga studio or gym.

If you need proof, check out six Athleta semi-annual sale finds below that are great additions to your wardrobe, whether you work out on the regular or not.

Tanks from $29.99

Organic Daily Tank, $32.99 (Orig. $39)

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Breezy Wrap Tank, $39.99 (Orig. $49)

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Shorts from $39.99

Cabo Linen Textured 4″ Short, $39.99 (Orig. $59)

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Brooklyn Short, $42.99 (Orig. $65)

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Dresses from $49.99

Santorini Thera Printed Dress, $74.99 (Orig. $89)

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Presidio Dress, $79.99 (Orig. $98)

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