This week, we got more comfortable with the fact that summer is indeed over, and began thinking about colder-weather things like jackets, tights, and bread-makers in earnest. Below, the best of what we culled from the internet’s various sales bins, including a pair of insanely discounted Maryam Nassir Zadeh heels and a backpack-tote combo.
Looking for a pair of fall flats that don’t look like everyone else’s fall flats? We like these silky sort of slipper-inspired Vince ones.
Original Price: $225
Next time it rains and you don’t want to spoil your outfit with full-on boots, try these rubber Hunter slip-ons instead.
Original Price: $115
A mint bud vase from Chicago-based homewares line Shiraleah.
Original Price: $29
This simple bomber jacket (that’s a little bit longer than your typical bomber) comes courtesy of Abercrombie & Fitch, of all places.
Original Price: $120
Update: This is no longer on sale. But here’s another bomber jacket that is.
Luckily, there is no rule about wearing leopard after Labor Day.
Original Price: $160
If your fall or winter resolution is to finally make homemade bread. Also, there’s a gluten-free setting. (It’s one of the many discounted homewares from Jet’s warehouse sale that we wrote about the other day.)
Original Price: $70
Tights season is nigh. These Wolfords have a sexy little design up top, but are all business down below.
Original Price: $67
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, some classic Spanx. (There are now only a few sizes left; here’s another pair of on-sale Spanx.)
Original Price: $42
A cotton jacket from Current/Elliott that can also be worn as a cardigan.
Original Price: $268
We have a deep love for both gingham and piping, so these place mats and napkins are giving us chills.
Original Price: $18
A red-and-tan cross-body bag from DVF with a very cool stitched handle.
Original Price: $398
This makes your skin brighter and smoother by scrubbing away dead skin — but without making your face feel raw.
Original Price: $79
Upgrade your glassware with these Riedel Cabernet glasses.
Original Price: $30
A leather skirt that won’t bankrupt you.
Original Price: $210
We’re always on the hunt for a good slip dress. This navy one, from Mother, is really nice.
Original Price: $198
Now, for some menswear. This Billykirk billfold wallet is made of American full-grain leather and waxed cord.
Original Price: $115
Update: This sold out. Here’s another men’s wallet that’s 50 percent off.
A millennial-pink, lightweight windbreaker from Saturdays that’s perfect for these in-between-seasons times.
Original Price: $280
End-of-summer is a good time to buy sunglasses (and you won’t have to wait till next summer to wear them, as the sun, the last time we checked, is still shining). This is a handsome pair from L.A.-based line Barton Perreira.
Original Price: $470
We’ve rarely seen a pair of Maryam Nassir Zadeh heels this cheap; so snatch these up while you can, as there aren’t a ton of sizes left.
Original Price: $433
Update: As we feared, these sold out. Here’s another pair of very-on-sale Maryam heels.
One-up everyone you know with a sheepskin rug, with this double-sheepskin rug, on sale as part of Domino’s 20 percent off rug event. (It can also double as your Jon Snow Halloween costume.)
Original Price: $100
Some high-waisted, cropped, flared pants from Frame in a very pleasing shade of indigo blue.
Original Price: $250
Orcival, the official outfitter of the French Navy way back in 1939, is known for its classic 21-stripe Breton shirts. It’s also available in white-and-navy, red-white-and-blue, and red-and-navy, among other color combos.
Original Price: $86
A great gift for the New York–transportation nut in your life; each glass portrays the city’s subway system in hand-painted 22-karat gold.
Original Price: $40
The perfect graphic “going out” purse (with a detachable strap).
Original Price: $350
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