The August sales are continuing apace, with extra discounts on brands like Proenza Schouler and Peter Pilotto at the Line, back-to-school deals at Minted, and a whole slew of actually-not-hideous dorm-room essentials from Urban Outfitters.
Update: This has sold out in the black and white but is still available in blue and black.
Our favorite thing about this long black dress is the coy V-cut back.
Original Price: $425
Right now, already-very-on-sale items at the Line are an additional 20 percent off, like this goes-with-everything navy Gabriela Hearst skirt.
Original Price: $795
This Peter Pilotto skirt goes with fewer things, but is amazing.
Original Price: $995
This culty Regime des Fleurs perfume evokes the smell of a “pastel nectar.”
Original Price: $265
Our last item from the Line sale: A perfect pair of Proenza Schouler knee-high boots, with a comfortable rubber sole and heel, for fall.
Original Price: $1,095
A sweet little cotton Uniqlo cardigan for ten bucks.
Original Price: $20
Because every woman should have a Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress, etc., etc.
Original Price: $498
We must subconsciously be in some sort of cobalt-blue phase! Another blue offering, this time in the form of a snazzy nappa-leather evening clutch.
Original Price: $298
If your Fage bills have been running high as of late, why not make your own Greek yogurt at home with this Greek-specific yogurt-maker that has a lot of very positive Amazon reviews.
Original Price: $34
If you are a regular reader of this sales series, you know we cannot (and will not) resist a simple mock-neck top. This one’s from La Garçonne’s house brand.
Original Price: $398
For men: a kooky-fun pair of Vans.
Original Price: $55
This slouchy Eileen Fisher knit top can be dressed up for the office, or dressed down for a weekend.
Original Price: $298
Any mother- or grandmother-related birthdays coming up? Ms. Fisher’s scarves are a sure crowd-pleaser.
Original Price: $128
Interesting little tidbit about this flatware set: Reed & Barton was a silversmith manufacturer, founded in 1824 in Taunton, Massachusetts, that was enlisted to create the gold, silver, and bronze medals for the 1996 Olympic Games. They ended up filing for bankruptcy in 2015, and were soon bought by Lenox. Anyhoo, this is some very nice flatware with an interesting backstory that’s 50 percent off.
Original Price: $300
We had never heard of Spyder Pong until we stumbled upon this: It appears to be a bouncier version of ping-pong, and it’s apparently very easy to set up.
Original Price: $80
A fall floral number from Opening Ceremony.
Original Price: $375