24 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Tory Burch to Adidas

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This week has been a good one for sales: There was the Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy–beloved lipstick and the 50 percent of Coach shoes. Now, we bring you the best of the entire internet’s deals, including a beloved facial cleanser, a 66 percent off Rebecca Taylor dress, and a super-classic black bucket bag.

This facial-cleansing stick is a core part of Strategist beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton’s famous Google doc. She uses it when she travels, and she told us, “it’s also a lifesaver for the gym, and for sleepovers where (sorry) you don’t trust the products your friends have in their cabinets.”
Original Price: $22

Also on the Google doc, also from Neogen, and also on sale. Viera-Newton writes that this exfoliator is great for brightening skin, and she uses it in the mornings before she goes to work.
Original Price: $27

A perfect leather tray for your entryway table, in which to chicly drop your keys, a pack of gum, and a dog leash.
Original Price: $125

A glamorous and beloved black-brown mascara from Serge Lutens that features a special comb applicator, “a lash-by-lash tool that extends, refines, and shapes.”
Original Price: $65

A rubber men’s rain boot with a little bit of grosgrain-ribbon flair.
Original Price: $100

A very autumnal number from Rebecca Taylor.
Original Price: $495

A tote bag that is also a weekend bag, from Herschel Supply Co.
Original Price: $65

A proper travel duffel, also from Herschel Supply Co. (that will stand out at the luggage carousel).
Original Price: $140

Dress up these high-waisted, silky, floral pants with a crisp, white button-down, or dress them down with a T-shirt.
Original Price: $70

A black bucket bag from Baggu (try saying that ten times fast).
Here’s another, smaller, Baggu bucket bag we like.
Original Price: $280

This may look like an ordinary mid-century modern credenza … but it ain’t. It’s a mid-century modern credenza that is also a kitty-litter box, and features a circular entryway for easy ins and outs.
Original Price: $374

For the bring-your-lunch-to-work crowd: a set of glass meal-prep containers, each featuring two compartments.
Original Price: $55

These Frye lace-up boots are simple and to the point. A reviewer had this to say: “Love these boots! I’ve been looking for vintage, warm-looking boots that are great quality, and am happy to have found them here. These boots do run small. I usually wear a 6.5 and I couldn’t even squeeze my feet into them. I exchanged them for a 7.5 and that fit just fine.” So take note.
Original Price: $278

All graphic-printed items are on sale at Urban Outfitters right now, including this millennial-pink Stussy sweatshirt.
Original Price: $85

Another graphic-printed item also on sale: this delightful paint-splattered baseball hat.
Original Price: $19

A little silk bandanna to tie around your neck. (Also, a very good gift for a mother type.)
Original Price: $75

A cozy, shaggy, Moroccan-inspired rug with a subtle pop of color.
Original Price: from $600

A versatile black dress with a neat little bow up top and some not-overly-bell-y bell sleeves.
Original Price: $149

This has three things we can’t resist in a dress: a mock turtleneck, the fact that it’s navy, and bows.
Original Price: $258

These Adidas Gazelles come in just the faintest shade of mint green.
Original Price: $100

It’s a little wild, but it’s kind of amazing, and it’s only $20.
Original Price: $65

This & Other Stories crinkly, silver cuff was made in collaboration with Icelandic artist Shoplifter.
Original Price: $60

Another collab: A pair of Puma x Stampd almost-chalky-gray pair of sneakers.
Original Price: $140

We love a good monogram. And these hand towels are a very good deal.
Original Price: $41

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24 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy