Today, Amazon is slashing 30 percent off a selection of wares in its Amazon Fashion vault. The whole thing is kind of a mess to navigate, so we did the work for you, pulling out 11 gems we think are worth buying. (Note: the 30 percent discount is applied at checkout.)
A classic chelsea boot that comes in a range of hues. (For what it’s worth, here’s our second-favorite on-sale Frye boot.)
Original Price: $348
An already-worn-in-looking pair of vacation pants with a (very key) tapered, elastic ankle.
Original Price: $59
A basic henley from culty casual menswear line Burkman Bros.
Original Price: $115
Update: This is almost sold out! Here’s a Burkman Bros. hoodie that’s also super-duper on sale.
If this isn’t a holiday party shoe, we do not know what its.
Original Price: $358
A cute touch: one stud says Side A and the other, side B.
Original Price: $58
A tulip-festooned bag from Marc Jacobs. (Another slightly less pricey Marc Jacobs gem we found is this festive $138 wallet.)
Original Price: $550
A self-proclaimed “perfect cardigan” from New York-based knitwear line M. Patmos.
Original Price: $139 (note: this cardigan, before it got to Amazon, originally retailed for $325.)
A Happy Socks 3-pack is the platonic ideal of a stocking stuffer. (And for those keeping track, this breaks down to $5.70 a sock.)
Original Price: $24
Update: These are almost sold out! Here’s another Happy Socks gift box (featuring four pairs of socks), on sale for $31, which averages to about $7.75 a sock.
Pair them with a chunky sock during the winter.
Original Price: $149
A stripey yet elegant Pendleton sweater-coat.
Original Price: $249
A basic weekender (that’d make a nice gift) in a crowd-pleasing navy-and-red combo.
Original Price: $60
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