26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Lululemon to Vans

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It’s a real grab bag in this week’s sales roundup: We’ve got everything from an air mattress to a Japanese utility knife to a Lena Dunham–endorsed face wipe to an Opening Ceremony collaboration to a highly giftable cookbook.

If you’ve been meaning to channel Carolyn Bessette in a V-neck sweater, look no further than this one from Uniqlo, which comes in a rainbow of shades.
Original Price: $30

A great pair of overalls from Carhartt WIP.
Original Price: $173

You could go a little avant-garde and wear a turtleneck under this striped Wood Wood tee, or you could tuck it into a pair of high-waisted pants.
Original Price: $85

For the hypebeast going on a weekend trip: A Thrasher duffel.
Original Price: $105

A pair of feisty ballet flats from Coach.
Original Price: $195

This “cleanse duo” from Erno Laszlo includes a detoxifying cleansing oil (for removing makeup and the day’s grit and grime) as well as a sea-mud deep-cleansing bar, Laszlo’s classic soap made with Dead Sea mud.
Original Price: $65

This striped square clutch from & Other Stories looks a lot more expensive than it is.
Original Price: $75

A bright-red Nespresso machine that’s only five inches wide — perfect for your squished kitchen countertop.
Original Price: $249

An everyday pair of sweet shiny black loafers from Cole Haan.
Original Price: $160

At only $8, this dainty kids’ cat-ear hat is kind of a no-brainer.
Original Price: $25

If it’s no longer “cute” to offer your houseguests the floor, it’s time for an air mattress. Now’s a good time to get one, as this already-on-sale model (with nearly 7,000 four-star reviews on Amazon) is an extra 15 percent off with a coupon. Update: This is no longer $34, and instead $54  — still a good price.
Original Price: $60

It’s early days, yes, but The Photographer’s Cookbook, filled with recipes from photographers commissioned by the George Eastman Museum in the 1970s, would make a great gift.
Original Price: $30

Lena Dunham is a fan of these facial wipes — and uses them when she doesn’t have time, after a long shoot, to clean her face. She told us: “I’ve also been known to use them in my armpits.”

Smell like a Tulum boutique hotel with this Coqui Coqui “Maderas” scent made from sandalwood and tropical woods, “with a green edge that evokes freshly chopped roots.”
Original Price: $123

YSL compares this little touch-up stick to a “magic wand,” in its ability to brighten, smooth, and perfect your complexion.
Original Price: $42

To be sure, we don’t fully understand what an EE cream does (that a BB or CC can’t), but it seems like it might work.
Original Price: $42

Urban Outfitters is having a beauty sale right now, where select products are 20 percent off. This Ouai “Wave Spray” is one of author Lucy Sykes’s favorites, she told us, because it gives her hair the “urban surfer chic” look.
Original Price: $26

If you’ve always wanted a fancy Japanese knife, this Miyabi utility knife, which can handle tasks both big (cutting steak) or small (thinly slicing a scallion), is 37 percent off.
Original Price: $140

A pair of pink-all-over Vans high-tops made exclusively for Opening Ceremony.
Original Price: $120

As we noted a few days ago, Need Supply is having a Friends & Family sale where new fall goodies are 20 percent off with the code EVERYBODY20. We keep combing through the many items, and keep discovering gems, like this brick-hued mini–bucket bag from Mansur Gavriel. (Note: The sale ends Friday, October 13, at 11:59 p.m.)
Original Price: $395

This Just Female work-appropriate dress has the most delightful mock neck collar.
Original Price: $130

For the man looking to embrace his inner Wes Anderson: a classic pair of Clarks Wallabees.
Original Price: $140

A pair of running tights from Lululemon, on sale as part of their “We Made Too Much” event.
Original Price: $108

Pair your new running tights with a running jacket.
Original Price: $128

An understated, handsome men’s watch from leather-goods line Miansai (that’s water-resistant up to 30 meters).
Original Price: $225

A slick leather biker jacket (that won’t bankrupt you).
Original Price: $364

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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy