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33 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Missoni to Patagonia

It’s not yet Presidents’ Day weekend, and the sales are coming fast and furiously. Below, we gathered together the best of the internet’s sales bins, including some 65 percent off Eberjey pj’s, some 50 percent off Common Projects sneaks, and a 50 percent off Pendleton blanket.

A silky jersey bodysuit for wearing under flowy black pants or skirts. (To see more discounted items from the DVF sale, click here.)

If you are a regular Strategist reader, you know that we love these Eberjey pj’s — and these are the cheapest we’ve ever seen them, as part of Anthropologie’s “40 percent off sale prices” sale.

A festive, bright LRD (little red dress) from Shoshanna.

An extremely elegant Smythson card case.

Not many sizes left, but this faux-fur bomber from Free People is perfect for the forthcoming less-freezing months.

Though, it will be colder for a little while longer, and this price is very good for a Moncler scarf.

If you’re looking to add a little zhuzh to the bathroom.

A high-density, cushioned offering from Manduka, makers of our favorite yoga mat.

A “high-pile” (a.k.a. super-nubby) North Face fleece.

It’s a little early to be buying sandals, but we are big fans of these incredibly comfortable patent-leather Kork-Eases.

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It’s not a boot … not yet an oxford …

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These are some stately Woolrich hiking boots right here.

Some leggings that will actually make you excited about working out.

This OXO toaster comes with many exciting features: a quiet motor that carefully lowers and raises the bread; a pause button that lets you check its progress; a defrost function; and a “little extra” function for when you want it just the slightest bit browner.

Turns out, is an excellent place for discounted shoes. Who knew! Another example: These classic men’s chukka boots from Clarks.

Well, this is neat: A water bottle that tracks just how much water you’re drinking.

We can’t say we’re familiar with Italian designer Asia Bellucci, but whoever she is, she makes a very handsome backpack.

We have, however, heard of this Italian designer (Tod’s), and these are some great ankle boots.

If you’ve been meaning to invest in a good vacuum, you could do worse than this Miele, which comes in a limited-edition shade of sleek gray.

This Tory Burch bag features “a trio of Indian-inspired embroideries, re-creating the effect of print blocking.”
Update: This sold out! Here’s another very appealing on-sale Tory Burch satchel.

Yes, it’s a little pricey, but this is a sick leather trench. (For more from the Coach sale, click here.)

If you haven’t heard, Dermstore is having a sale, and we have been all over it. We’re picking out a few highlights, in case you missed them the first time around, like this wave spray, which Jen Atkin, the Kardashians’ hairstylist, swears by.

And, of course, this old chestnut: the skin-care Reddit favorite that is Sunday Riley’s Good Genes.

We always like pointing out when there’s a pair of Common Projects sneakers on sale. These are in a particularly soothing shade of light blue.

Just a kicky little sweatshirt-button-down combo.

This popular Dr. Jart Ceramidin cream is a favorite for people with dry, sensitive skin, since it has a very subtle scent and goes on creamy to plump up skin.

Not a lot of sizes left here, but this is an incredible price for a Barbour jacket.

This is a very good price for a classic Pendleton blanket.

Also from our friends at Pendleton: this super-warm down parka.

This iridescent clutch from Kara is a whopping 70 percent off, thanks to the Outnet’s extra-40-percent-off-sale.

Also from the Outnet sale: this versatile mini dress from Vince. (And it has pockets!)

We’re ending things on a flashy note with this metallic anorak from Michael Kors. Wear it with this matching cross-body bag.

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33 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy