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14 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From a See by Chloe Bag to a Down Puffer

That denim jacket with a toasty collar is nearly 40 percent off.

We dug through the deep, dark depths of the internet and found a $62 jean jacket and a 50 percent-off mint-green bar stool.

An elegant, slouchy — without being frumpy — everyday top.
Original Price: $185

If the couch is feeling a little bare.
Original Price: $140

Eberjey’s known for its super-soft, cotton, around-the-house wear. These pants have a nice little lacy bottom.
Original Price: $74

This open-front coat can works as both a proper jacket, but also an indoor blazer.
Original Price: $700

The always-classic Rod Laver for men, except made from “premium woven Primeknit,” meaning the blue fabric on the heel and surrounding the toe is actually knit.
Original Price: $120

These made-in-California tees from Richer Poorer feel like they’ve been through dozens of washes. It also comes in white. (Here are more men’s white T-shirts and black T-shirts that we like.)
Original Price: $54

If the Ikea bag that you’re currently tossing your clothes in could use an upgrade.
Original Price: $70

The front eyelet slit is an under-utilized shirt trick!
Original Price: $241

Update: This is almost sold out! Here is another on-sale Ace + Jig top—with a frontlet eyelit slit.

A white blouse with a little bit more personality than usual.
Original Price: $325

The platonic ideal of a denim jacket with a white fuzzy collar. (Amazon has a bunch of other Levi’s stuff on sale including this $27 button-down, and these $48 overalls.)
Original Price: $98

The perfect soft, nubby rug to place next to the bed, or in a reading nook; made from pure New Zealand wool, and in collaboration with Steven Alan.
Original Price: $169

There’s no shame in a winter coat that looks like a sleeping bag. Especially when it’s from Canadian jacket-masters Soia & Kyo.
Original Price: $395

Update: This sold out! Here’s a somewhat similar-looking Pendleton down jacket that’s $140 (57 percent off).

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14 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy