27 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Rag & Bone to Rachel Comey

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We dug through the internet’s sales bins and found lots of goodies, including a 69 percent off Rag & Bone sweater, a 55 percent off pair of real-deal winter boots, and a pair of wireless headphones that are surprisingly handsome for the price.

A very discounted Rag & Bone V-neck in a lovely shade of “port.” (For more on-sale sweaters we found this week, click here.)
Original Price: $195

If you’re not interested in messing around anymore when it comes to trudging through the snow, these Pajar winter boots are about as real of a deal as you’re going to get.
Original Price: $185

Did you know A$AP Ferg collaborated with the line AGOLDE? We didn’t, but are very into these sweatpants.
Original Price: $208

If you’re a little pine-needle-scented-candled out, try this light, lavender-scented offering from Archipelago Botanicals.
Original Price: $19

Baggu Leather Backpack
Photo: Kabir Fernandez

Maybe the Goldilocksian ideal of a backpack? Not too big, not too small, made from a rich shade of rust suede.
Original Price: $280

Just the sweetest faux-fur, bow-adorned coat from the faux-fur geniuses at Shrimps.
Original Price: $685

And now, two velvet things from Nordstrom. First up, this little minidress with a flattering little ruffle situation.
Original Price: $145

And these velvet Spanx leggings (which we alluded to yesterday).
Original Price: $98

There are a few drips of J.W. Anderson pieces on sale at Uniqlo, but mostly in very limited sizes and colors. Not so with this scarf!
Original Price: $20

A lightweight down alternative comforter for those who want to be cozy and warm, but not too cozy and warm.
Original Price: From $33

A very nice and classic (and sturdy) black Filson rucksack.
Original Price: $350

Some winter-appropriate shearling-lined Sperrys.
Original Price: $120

Hario is one of the most trusted names in the kettle-sphere.
Original Price: $60

Just a very lovely enamelware mug.
Original Price: $14

We gotta hand it to BareMinerals: “Ageless Genius” is a good name for an anti-aging serum. It’s made from “age-defying peptides” and encapsulated vitamin A, which is a natural source of retinol.
Original Price: $60

A twofer, this travel-size steamer-slash-iron will leave you less rumpled on the road.
Original Price: $30

Anthropologie’s extra 40 percent off sale items “tag sale” continues, which makes this floppy “sweater” hat super cheap.
Original Price: $58

There are so many long-sleeved striped tees out there, but this one looks particularly nice and hefty.
Original Price: $90

If your New Year’s resolution was to save money by making coffee at home instead of spending $5 every morning, this $35 Black & Decker programmable coffee maker will do the job, and do the job well. (Plus, there’s free two-day shipping.)
Original Price: $45

January is one of the best times to buy a bathing suit, as last year’s models are on super sale. This Rachel Comey one is very cute. (It also comes in a festive shade of yellow.)
Original Price: $253

Love the flare on these blue Viden pants.
Original Price: $298

A dainty tulle-flower-adorned tee from Comme des Garçons.
Original Price: $278

This crib from Oeuf is a real beaut. And really expensive. (And is now a little bit less expensive.)
Original Price: $970

These wireless headphones have great reviews, look really sleek, and are not wildly expensive.
Original Price: $99

The Net-a-Porter clearance sale is the clearance sale that keeps on giving. This Building Block clutch (that will go with literally any outfit) is a whopping 50 percent off.
Original Price: $350

A really subtle lip and cheek tint from Le Métier de Beauté.
Original Price: $28

A very nice host or hostess gift, this Tom Dixon diffuser smells like London, “the smells that are unique to the city, from red brick to ‘the salty smell of the Thames.’”
Original Price: $95

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27 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy