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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Coach to Drunk Elephant

In this week’s sales roundup, we paid special attention the Dermstore anniversary sale, the clearance bin at Saks (where we found a really wonderful, classic Michael Kors bag that looks way more expensive than it is), and kept our eyes peeled for back-to-school stuff.

A perfect button-down with a perfect Peter Pan collar.
Original Price: $98

There’s still quite a bit of August left to go swimming, and this Solid & Striped bathing suit’s a beaut.
Original Price: $170

Dermstore’s anniversary sale started today, wherein brands that are usually not on sale during Dermstore’s regular sales are on sale: Among them, this Drunk Elephant glow-inducing day serum that featured prominently in that famous Google doc. (We like the night serum, too, which is also on sale.)
Original Price: $80

The mother of all brushes: The Mason Pearson.
Original Price: $230

No-Poo is the go-to (but pricey) shampoo for the discriminating curly haired woman. (The conditioner is on sale, too.)
Original Price: $44

Another beloved face oil, this one is meant to reduce the appearance of acne.
Original Price: $80

A striking gold pair of Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s classic pumps. (There’s also a striking pair of gold Maryam Nassir Zadeh mules on sale.)
Original Price: $375

These darts from culty Brooklyn-based design studio Fredericks & Mae would make a great desk accessory.
Original Price: $132

A velvet throw pillow from ABC Carpet & Home that will really brighten up the joint.
Original Price: $75

A classic white crewneck T-shirt from L.A.-based brand Tenfold.
Original Price: $75

Be a more dapper networker with this card holder from Milan-based leather-goods line Il Bussetto.
Original Price: $80

This dainty, floral Coach shoulder bag is only 66 bucks. Update: This sold out! Here’s another 60 percent off Coach shoulder bag.
Original Price: $165

Another very heavily discounted bag: This super-simple, super-elegant one from Michael by Michael Kors.
Original Price: $198

You just got some gold heels. Now it’s time for some silver sneakers.
Original Price: $90

Wear a white T-shirt under this denim jumpsuit, and you have yourself a fun fall outfit.
Original Price: $218

If you’re looking to dip your toes into the world of Turkish bath towels, this $20 one from Amazon with excellent reviews is a good one to start with.
Original Price: $25

This navy knit dress from Protagonist says, “I mean business, but I might have an M.F.A.”
Original Price: $600

These Superga high-tops are very cheap.
Original Price: $109

Patchwork denim is a thing, apparently; and this is a very nice (and 50 percent off) example of it.
Original Price: $285

A leather backpack from Madewell that’s very “Felicity’s first semester at NYU.”

This coffee steeper from San Francisco–based coffee-accoutrements start-up Fellow is like a souped-up French press.
Original Price: $99

A mustard-yellow, easy, breezy Uniqlo dress that you can wear through the fall. Earlier this week, we wrote about another on-sale Uniqlo dress in a similar shade. Update: This is sold out in yellow, but still available in black and navy.
Original Price: $40

This brass desk (or bedside) lamp will bathe your desk (or bedside) with a warm light. Apparently, it’s inspired by “the glow of a lighthouse on a foggy night.” Here’s another discounted table lamp we really like.
Original Price: $198

At some point, cropped, flared pants will go out of style. These are a perfect pair of trend-resistant, flattering, non-dowdy pinstripe work pants from Club Monaco.
Original Price: $229

There are still some goodies left at the Nordstrom anniversary sale (which ends August 6). Like this jaunty little satin wrap dress.
Original Price: $69

This is a cool one for all you back-to-school shoppers out there: A Braun alarm clock that can project the time onto any surface; so you can see that you have ten minutes to get ready for your comp-lit seminar by simply staring at the ceiling!
Original Price: $105

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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy