As with our Black Friday fashion-and-beauty roundup, we paid special attention to things that are rarely on sale, insanely good deals, and stuff that we just really like. You might notice that there are a few repeats from Black Friday — a lot of those deals have carried over to today. For a full list of all the best Cyber Monday deals, click here.
All of Anthropologie is 20 percent off. So we sniffed around for things that are not on sale very often, like Sunday Riley’s cult “starter serum.”
Original Price: $105
Everything over $150 at Urban Outfitters is automatically $50 off, and everything over $75 is $15 off. We scoured the site for rarely-on-sale items, and think that these Swedish Hasbeens boots (the official shoe of the Brooklyn Mom) are a very good deal.
Original Price: $299
Another rarely-on-sale number from Urban Outfitters.
Original Price: $199
As we noted on Friday, everything at Need Supply (with some exclusions) is 20 percent off. This Moncler hat makes a very nice gift.
Original Price: $275
If you’ve been meaning to splurge on a pair of lavender, suede boots …
Original Price: $581
There are still lots of deals to be had at the Outnet, where everything in the clearance bin is an extra 50 percent off — like this holiday-party-appropriate Margiela clutch.
Original Price: $295
There are lots of goodies on sale in the Amazon beauty bin, including this highly giftable Mario Badescu “favorites” set, which includes the skin-care line’s “top five Mario must-haves for radiant skin” (an eight-ounce Enzyme Cleansing Gel, an eight-ounce Cucumber Cleansing Lotion, a two-ounce Oil Free Moisturizer SPF17, a four-ounce Special Hand Cream Vitamin E, and a six-ounce Super Rich Olive Body Lotion). Other standouts at the Amazon beauty sale include a $10 Micellar water from Bioderma, an $11 two-piece Wet Brush set, and our favorite Braun epilator.
Original Price: $66
All of L.L. Bean’s “Wicked Good” slippers (for men, too) are on sale today. We deeply stand by these lambswool-lined house shoes, and can attest that they make an excellent gift. (We were gifted them a few years ago.)
Original Price: $89
Mae, one of Amazon Fashion’s new private-label brands, makes extremely nice lingerie that’s extremely cheap. This set of three Hanky Panky–esque, lace “hipster” panties is even cheaper right now.
Original Price: $18
As our friends over at the Cut noted, “Anastasia makes a truly glam highlighter. Kim Kardashian loves the brand; high-school cheerleaders agree and use it for competitions. This will make your cheekbones look like they have their own spotlight in photos.”
Original Price: $40
A selection of Coach’s best-sellers are 50 percent off. Can’t go wrong with this simple, elegant hobo bag that’s under $200.
Original Price: $295
These silver Jennifer Fisher earrings are chic.
Original Price: $245
A teen boy would love this.
Original Price: $60
Just a really classy pair of silky, polka-dotted pj’s from Kate Spade.
Original Price: $118
No shame in some $60 Ugg Minis.
Original Price: $120
A Cut-beloved mask that will “auto tune” your face.
Original Price: $55
For Black Friday, a slew of items from Barneys Warehouse were an extra 50 percent off their already-on-sale price. Today, they’re an extra 60 percent off.
Original Price: $168
Over at Uniqlo, this super-warm parka is only 100 bucks.
Original Price: $150
A really slick A.P.C zip-around wallet.
Original Price: $265
A great little holiday-party dress (that also comes in navy).
Original Price: $79
These are still not cheap … but they are so nice.
Original Price: $785
We will not shut up about this Baggu sale until this Baggu sale is over! This leather bag that writer Hannah Goldfield adores is 25 percent off, as is one of our favorite weekend tote bags.
Original Price: $140
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