We dug through the internet clearance bin and found 20 on-sale items — from an $80 pair of Sonia Rykiel gloves to a $50 set of steak knives — that we think would make excellent gifts.
A less practical (but no less incredible) gift: a Fendi monster-creature tote, where the zipper’s the mouth!
Original Price: $1,500.
The perfect kicky little winter party dress, from Tory Burch.
Original Price: $295
A Woolrich buffalo-plaid throw: for their new cabin in Narrowsberg.
Original Price: $95
Can’t really go wrong with an Acne Studios three-quarter-length-sleeve black top.
Original Price: $120
They’ll look like an (adorable) abominable snowman in this Patagonia bunting.
Original Price: $119
Keep their elbows warm (and chic) with these extra-long, blue-and-white striped Sonia Rykiel gloves.
Original Price: $200
An après-ski tee from London line Etre Cecile.
Original Price: $100
A basic, elegant moss-colored wallet from Michael Kors.
Original Price: $148
This is the cutest submarine bath toy we ever did see.
Original Price: $24
If he has some black-tie functions ahead … nothing sharper than a black-silk bow tie from Hugo Boss.
Original Price: $95
A classic holiday gift — a KitchenAid stand-mixer — that’s 60 percent off. (If you have a small apartment, might we suggest the KitchenAid mini.)
Original Price: $500
When in doubt: a Billy Reid cotton oxford’s always a winner.
Original Price: $165
Num Noms are a super-collectible, super-cute, scented (!) animals-slash-desserts. Confused? Don’t worry, the kids will love ‘em. (For more of this season’s hot toys, click here.)
Original Price: $20
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