Black Friday isn’t for another week, but the sales they are already a-comin’. Below, the already-great-deals we rounded up including a whole bunch of stately bags and down jackets, some Bang & Olufsen headphones, and a dachshund scarf.
These holiday-party-perfect Rebecca de Ravenel silk-corded clip-on earrings are 50 percent off as part of Moda Operandi’s (about to end) Friends and Family sale, which our friends at the Cut wrote about a few days ago.
Original Price: $295
If you’ve been meaning to try the little-scarf-around-your-neck look.
Original Price: $90
This minimalist down jacket is part of Uniqlo’s recent collab with British designer J.W. Anderson.
Original Price: $100
For an architect who loves her fizzy water: An Yves Behar–designed SodaStream.
Original Price: $130
We were pleasantly surprised to see Mario Badescu’s cult anti-aging Vitamin C serum in the sale bin at Ulta.
Original Price: $45
So begins a trio of wonderful totes: First up, this Madewell leather bag that we wrote about when it was on sale for $130 as part of Nordstrom’s Anniversary sale back in July. Now it’s even cheaper.
Original Price: $198
This knot tote from Loeffler Randall is real sleek.
Original Price: $395
Last tote: A festive metallic shopper from French designer Inouïtoosh.
Original Price: $156
Having people over for Thanksgiving? Don’t want them to destroy your dining-room table? It’s time for some place mats, specifically these lovely indigo ones made in India.
Original Price: $68
A dachshund scarf!
Original Price: $25
We actually mentioned these Filson backpacks in a previous sales post, and had to include them here because they are (shockingly) still on sale. Would make a good gift for an outdoorsy type.
Original Price: $120
About as sexy as a black ankle boot is ever going to get.
Original Price: $260
A sweet red belt from Moschino.
Original Price: $94
This millennial-mint chair will add some pizzazz to your dining room.
Original Price: $98
One of the stand-out sweaters from Anthropologie’s sweater sale that we covered yesterday.
Original Price: $98
A little holiday eye-shadow trio from Bare Minerals featuring three shades: “Gilded Glow,” “Rose Matte,” and “Amber Glow.” (A good teen-girl gift.)
Original Price: $34
There is something a little Woolrich-y about this down Vince Camuto parka.
Original Price: $298
A super-lightweight down coat from Michael Kors that you can squoosh into a carry-on.
Original Price: $258
Good gift for a man alert! A stately Art of Shaving razor that is “properly weighted and balanced to help reduce pressure placed on the skin.” This Art of Shaving cream is on sale too.
Original Price: $175
At $75, these Saint Laurent glasses frames are cheaper than Warby Parkers.
Original Price: $330
These Docs would look very cool with a miniskirt.
Original Price: $170
Some classic Timex bling.
Original Price: $54
Butterfly chairs are no longer for dorm rooms. Particularly leather butterfly chairs. (Note, this is just a cover; here’s a cheap frame.)
Original Price: $229
If you’ve been following our sales coverage, you know that we’ve been keeping track of very good cashmere-sweater deals. Our latest find? This $60 (!) cashmere crewneck from Barneys that comes in a range of muted colors, and is an extra 60 percent off its already-on-sale price.
Original Price: $169
Another great gift: A really handsome pair of leather wireless headphones from Bang & Olufsen.
Original Price: $399
This rust-colored sweatshirt isn’t any old rust-colored sweatshirt: It’s a collaboration between Fred Perry and Raf Simons.
Original Price: $200
A knit T-shirt dress from minimalist clothing line Protagonist that you can wear to work.
Original Price: $600
Our own Amy Larocca loves her Re/Done jeans; these high-waist, cropped flares would look great with a pair of ankle boots.
Original Price: $310
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