In this week’s sales roundup, we unearthed an obscenely cheap pair of Superga high-tops, two “designer” throws, quite a few back-to-school basics (backpacks, fall jackets, an alarm clock), and a 25 percent off air-fryer.
And a black wrap skirt that’s more interesting than 99.9 percent of all black skirts.
Original Price: $600
Pair this little outfit we just created for you with these black, olive, and white loafers from Pierre Hardy.
Original Price: $645
If you’ve been thirsty for bubbly water, now’s a good time to invest in a SodaStream, as it’s 25 percent off.
Original Price: $80
“When will the Strategist shut up about the Dermstore sale?” you ask? Until it’s over, on August 12, and in the meantime, we will continue to bring you excellent deals like Judy Greer’s favorite sheet mask from Joanna Vargas. As she told us: “They’re very travel-friendly and make me look like I’ve slept for ten hours, even if I took the red eye. Easy to keep in a carry-on, too.”
Original Price: $60
And this is Cate Blanchett’s favorite exfoliant.
Original Price: $55
And this is the highlighter that they use in every J.Crew catalogue to make the models glow.
Original Price: $38
Another gingham graphic offering from Solid & Striped.
Top, Original Price: $83 Bottom, Original Price: $83
We’ve told you before: Shop in the kids’ section for cuter and cheaper home goods than you’d find in the grown-up section. This duvet cover from Dwell Studio (which comes in a full size) is no exception.
Original Price: $129
A moody, fall-y floral dress from Dagmar.
Original Price: $379
A linen blanket from Diane von Furstenberg that you can throw on the couch or take on a picnic.
Original Price: $148
Another fun throw option: This chevron (and machine-washable) cotton blanket from Missoni.
Original Price: $156
If your raggedy wallet could use an update, this See by Chloé zip-around, with 13 card slots and a coin purse, would make a stately replacement.
Original Price: $220
It’s a pink cactus. That’s also a candle. A playful host/hostess gift.
Original Price: $30
Re/Done, the company that makes these jeans that our fashion director loves, is responsible for this stripy mock turtle.
Original Price: $125
Okay, this moonstone ring is $662, which is a lot of money, but not when we’re talking about Mociun, the Brooklyn-based maker of stunning and simple fine jewelry.
Original Price: $1,655
If you’ve always wanted to be the guy at the party with a Polaroid camera.
Original Price: $140
A perfect fall Penfield windbreaker.
Original Price: $175
And for her: a perfect fall denim duster.
Original Price: $187
Supposedly, with this Philips Airfryer, you can make French fries, in the comfort of your home, that contain 75 percent less fat!
Original Price: $218
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