We dug through the deep, dark depths of the internet and found 40 percent off Nike Flyknits, an A.P.C. scarf, and a (slight) deal on Pocky sticks.
A super-warm winter coat made from 90 percent duck down, and 10 percent feather.
Original Price: $495
A party dress from the somewhat culty Brooklyn designer who’s about to have a big year (apparently she’s opening a store in Soho this February.)
Original Price: $402
A removable strap lets you go from clutch to everyday bag.
Original Price: $330
A basic sweater with somewhat un-basic touches (the droopy sleeves, the arched hem).
Original Price: $345
Some made-in-Japan slip-ons that’ll look good with pretty much anything.
Original Price: $150
Your new Saturday and Sunday sneaks.
Original Price: $160
A swoopy scarf made from “soft, virgin-wool construction” which sounds very soft.
Original Price: $193
A sleeveless suede dress (that would look great with a turtleneck) from Lyndsey Butler’s New York-based brand, beloved by downtown gals.
Original Price: $695
For some Samantha-the-American-Girl-doll vibes.
Original Price: $140
A Jack Spade canvas messenger bag that doesn’t look like everyone else’s Jack Spade canvas messenger bag.
Original Price: $227
It’s hard to get excited about a bath mat, but this one has a groovy shibori look.
Original Price: $58
What’s better than teal piping?
Original Price: $158
Okay, these are only 5 percent off — but it doesn’t take much to convince us to buy ten packs of Pocky sticks.
Original Price: $13.30
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