Not totally satisfied with your gift haul? Well, luckily it’s serious sale season right now, so you can spend your holiday money on things that you actually want, like some sexy Raf Simons for Adidas sneakers and a gorgeous Milanese scarf.
Strategist senior editor Jessica Silvester wore this dark-red-velvet blazer-and-pants get-up from Theory to the Today show, and it’s looks as insanely nice in person as it does on TV.
Blazer Original Price: $497
Pants Original Price: $295
If you got a bunch of hideous wallets … exchange them and get this extremely handsome one from Everlane that’s now $84, as part of their choose-what-you-pay sale.
Original Price: $120
After we finish writing this sales post, we are going to buy these wide-leg pants for $56.
Original Price: $80
Okay, and the last thing we’re coveting from the Everlane sale: this perfectly slouchy mock-turtleneck sweater.
Original Price: $140
Highlights of this MM6 Maison Margiela sweater include the ten gold (functional) buttons along the left arm and the chunky-ish white collar.
Original Price: $490
If you broke a few wine glasses at your holiday party, this set of six stemless Sur La Table ones are 50 percent off.
Original Price: $30
A perfect LGD (Little Gold Dress) for your New Year’s party. (Pair it with some sparkly heels.)
Original Price: $245
A pair of waterproof, everyday Chelsea boots.
Original Price: $220
A cozy, gray, made–in–New Zealand sheepskin rug. Perfect for the bedside.
Original Price: $69
Another bedside rug: This one has an Art Deco–y pattern, and was made by designer Alyson Fox in collaboration with Hawkins New York.
Original Price: $75
A shearling-lined leather moto jacket that’ll be perfect for those not-too-freezing winter days.
Original Price: $300
Our husband had an allergic reaction to his mother’s dog over this past holiday weekend, and she told him to dab some peppermint essential oil under his nose, and he stopped sneezing. We’re now believers.
Original Price: $30
An easy, breezy black-chiffon jumpsuit. Pair it with heels and a chunky necklace, and you have a nice New Year’s get-up.
Original Price: $155
These Raf Simons x Stan Smith sneakers are very sexy.
Original Price: $400
A little off-the-shoulder number from Tory Burch featuring a jacquard panel.
Original Price: $350
This wool, silk, and cashmere scarf is from Milanese brand Destin.
Original Price: $245
Anthropologie has the most delightful linens — which you should never ever buy until they’re 40 percent off their already-reduced sale price.
Original Price: $32
Another gem from the Anthropologie sale: these extremely soft-looking faux-fur slippers.
Original Price: $58
Start your New Year’s resolution of working out more by buying some new cropped leggings from Olympia Activewear.
Original Price: $90
A “fashion sweatshirt,” adorned with tassels, that you can wear to work.
Original Price: $385 Note: This is sold out, but here’s a very similar, on-sale sweater.
If you’ve been meaning to get some new silverware, might we suggest this 20-piece set of simple, extremely discounted, Sabatier flatware.
Original Price: $60
These suede Tabitha Simmons pumps would be a great “something blue” to wear with a long wedding gown.
Original Price: $645
This Rebecca Minkoff crossbody bag comes with three handy zippers.
Original Price: $195
Another perfect little New Year’s dress: this one from Tory Burch, accented with metallic-silver thread.
Original Price: $425
Some black-and-white loafers from Isa Tapia (who worked at Marc Jacobs and Oscar de la Renta before starting her own line).
Original Price: $570
These flattering, high-waisted, wide-leg jeans are from the jean geniuses at Frame.
Original Price: $260
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