This week, for our sales roundup, we dug up a lot of goodies, including some items (an Isabel Marant sweater, some elegant black flats, a set of Thermoses) that may get you ever so slightly excited about the upcoming change in seasons.
For glowy and soft (but not sticky) skin.
Original Price: $110
Don’t kill us for putting a sweater in here … we know there is still a lot of summer left … but … fall is coming, and this Isabel Marant pullover is 60 percent off.
Original Price: $265
That said, there’s still quite a bit of time to sport these tortoiseshell sunglasses from Westward Leaning.
Original Price: $255
Another pair of perfect fall shoes: these beauts from Argentine line Martiniano.
Original Price: $515
Your poodle doesn’t have to know that you got this originally $85 Max Bone dog leash for 75 percent off.
Original Price: $85
For those with oily skin, this Glo Minerals Mattifying Primer is meant to de-shine your mug and extend the wear time of your makeup.
Original Price: $34
Be the chicest Pratt freshman with this Comme des Garçons number.
Original Price: $275
A less directional white linen tee from Isabel Marant.
Original Price: $155
A simple little black one-piece swimsuit from Rachel Comey.
Original Price: $312
A spiky, statement-making specimen from Junya Watanabe.
Original Price: $590
Some “bashful powder pink” nail polish from JINsoon.
Original Price: $18
For your back-to-school juice needs.
Original Price: $35
These chocolate-covered cranberries, made in Shokan, New York, are a perfect “thanks for hosting me for Labor Day Weekend” gift.
Original Price: $17
For the Minnie-loving tween (or grown-up) in your life.
Original Price: $20
Paul Mitchell Tea Tree shampoo was the first shampoo our mom let us buy from our hair salon when we were in middle school, and it still smells so clean and soothing to us.
Original Price: $33
An everyday hoodie from Champion’s “heritage” Reverse Weave line — that’s still cheaper than the Vetements version.
Original Price: $120
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