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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Everlane to Margiela

Did the topsy-turvy weather this week drive you a little nutty? We were confused, too, breaking out our T-shirts way sooner than we were ready to. It’s official, though — with February coming to an end and spring upon us, we’re ready to dress for warmer temps. This week, we sniffed out the best on-sale dresses, heels, and easy shirts from brands like Everlane, Sergio Rossi, Margiela, and Converse.

If you’ve been meaning to try an off-the-shoulder dress, this is a very sweet one.

Take a stand against that New York Times story about how yoga pants are dumb an buy these very cool on-sale ones from Koral.

This Lacoste sweater is busy in a very understated way.

$139

Yes, Everlane’s Choose What You Pay sale has been going on for some time now, but we sort of overlooked their spring-y stuff … until two days ago, when it was 71 degrees out, and we started dreaming of wearing mules with no tights.

Ring Video Doorbell 2
$169

Our neighbor has one of these Ring video doorbells (which lets you see and chat with whomever’s at the door via your iPhone) and it seems very cool.

This calf-hair clutch looks a lot more expensive than it is.

This right here is a very good price for a pair of classic Ray-Bans.

Dolce Vita Marra Bootie
$105
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If you’ve always wanted a pair of metallic-silver ankle boots, now’s your chance.

We love the one five-star review for this neoprene iPad case from Incase: “Excellent.”

If you’re looking to be a little more glossy and glowy, this Glitter Glaze eye, cheek, and lip palette from Milk Makeup should do the trick.

$116

Earlier this year, we declared these Athletic Propulsion Lab sneakers one of our favorite running shoes.

It’s an earring. In the shape of a slice of pizza!

$87

A festive, floral PVC backpack from State.

Because it’s still scarf weather for a little while longer … why not make these last weeks of winter count.

For those with the opposite of a George Costanza wallet, this little Marc Jacobs case has room for some cash, a few cards, and a handful of change.

We own a pasta bowl in this Fishs Eddy Brooklyn pattern, and it’s one of our favorite bowls! (This makes a nice housewarming gift.)

This “Paper”-scented candle from fancy-pantsy publishing house Assouline features notes of cedar, sandalwood, fresh clove, and vanilla.

A mint-green and cream table lamp that we uncovered in One Kings Lane’s warehouse sale.

You can never have too many boatneck, striped long-sleeved tees — especially when they’re on sale for ten bucks.

$90

Look like an architect in this loose-fitting blouse that reminds us of the outfits on the petites mains in Phantom Thread.

$215

The daintiest ballet flats in suede with just a hint of color at the toe — they look like they’ve been just barely dipped into a can of hot-pink paint.

Shiraleah Sidra Throw
$65

This summery all-cotton throw would look great in a Montauk summer home (or even just a Fidi one-bedroom).

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Converse Jack Purcells are usually sporty plimsoll sneakers, but in navy leather, they’re a sophisticated (and work-appropriate) look.

FlexiSpot Stand Up Desk
$200

Are you still using old books to prop up your computer (or worse, hunched over trying to find a good position)? This adjustable standing desk will solve those issues in a jiff.

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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy