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32 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Moncler to Lululemon

Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and while there are only a few days left to get those last-minute gifts, there are plenty of great deals to be had if you’re still shopping (for your valentine or for yourself). We sniffed out some of the best things on sale online, from cheap Uniqlo to a crazy-cheap Moschino throw.

$237

The very handsome water filter that they use at Dimes (and that we included in last year’s magazine gift guide) is on sale now.

This has unfortunately sold out at Nordstrom, but you can still buy it (at full price) at the Walter site.

Ojas Vitamin C Serum
$70

In skin-care circles, vitamin C is known for its brightening effect. This serum from California brand Ojas fights hyperpigmentation with a few drops morning and night.

Still looking for a great duffel? This handsome blue version from Topo (we like the contrasting leather details) works for the gym or a weekend away.

How cozy does the faux-fur lining of these plaid slippers look?

Men, it’s not too late to get a high-ankle winter boot — this all-black version of the Timberland was made for sleet season, but looks office-appropriate, too.

$49

This delicately marbled pillow was vegetable-dyed in Nigeria.

Classic (and classically affordable) Uniqlo cashmere in a sophisticated burgundy shade. For anyone who can’t stop buying turtlenecks.

They’re practically giving this cardigan away.

$174

We’re dreaming of spring already, when this will look “off-duty model” casual under a shearling leather jacket paired with sneakers.

Imagine wearing this ring and looking down at your fingers every time you need to be transported to the Amalfi Coast.

Loup Hardy Jacket
$136
Photo: Christine Han/Christine Han Photography

You can’t really have enough denim jackets, especially when they have interesting details like these oversize buttons and a rounded (but not quite Peter Pan) collar.

A great starter food processor (and housewarming gift, incidentally) for the cost of two movie tickets.

We’re still experiencing logo-mania, which makes the repeating Moschino on this wool throw very on-trend.

A very luxurious-looking long and tall tote bag that says, “I would never dream of putting groceries in this thing.”

A more workday tote bag (with a cool triangle quilt pattern) that you could bring to work or the gym — or the grocery store.

Footed Soap Dish
$13

A claw-foot tub might be out of the question in your third-floor walk-up, but why not try a claw-foot soap dish?

Cassie Byrnes Melbourne Quilt
$130
$130

A happiness-inducing quilt patterned with pale-pink flowers and verdant leaves — click to Anthropologie to see its other side, a navy-and-white leaf pattern that’s also very nice.

DVF Knit Wrap Scarf
$134

A stripey scarf in an angora wool blend that’s 97 inches — that’s more than eight feet — long.

$104

We’ve had our eye on this subtly sophisticated suede circle bag for a while.

$299

There aren’t many sizes left, but how amazing is this Cookie Monster fuzzy coat?

$249

A classic DVF wrap dress with multi-colored squiggly stripes.

This purple blouse is made of a very pajama-like silk and satin blend.

DVF Ekati Sandal
$69

The perforated leather on these flat sandals have a vaguely exotic vibe — we love the scalloped edges, too.

Coach Ombre Heel Boot
$248

It looks like an ordinary black knee-high boot, until you notice the fade detail on the wooden heel.

Coach Coleen Bootie
$173

We could imagine running around most of Tribeca wearing this calf-leather ankle bootie with a one-and-a-quarter inch heel.