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43 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Saint Laurent to Anthropologie

We gathered together lots of super-summery things on sale this week, including multiple under-$100 bathing suits, discounted sunscreen, straw tote bags, slip-on sandals, hanging hammocks, festive pillows, copper fruit bowls, and a skirt from Uniqlo that’s only ten bucks.

Who knew Vince Camuto made such fashion-forward jumpsuits?

Neiman Marcus’s sale-on-sale is back in full force, and this dainty top from See by Chloé is a beneficiary. (Or maybe you’re the beneficiary?)

We wrote about these pants’ yellow cousin in last week’s sales post. These pink pants are a little subtler.

A perfect cotton summer robe from Skin.

A Tom Ford bow tie that’d be perfect for a July or August garden wedding.

You probably don’t need a Saint Laurent key chain, but wouldn’t you … like one?

If you’ve been hemming and hawing about getting a Himalayan salt lamp, now might just be the time.

This colorful rug would be excellent for a nursery.

A just-slouchy-enough pair of “boyfriend” jeans from Acne.

These pink Ancient Greek slides have a fun, fringy look to them.

A very classic North Face backpack that comes with a padded laptop sleeve and a whole slew of five-star reviews.

This model’s look — white overalls, white T-shirt, and white sneakers — would be a very nice summer uniform.

This “overnight repair set” was recommended to us by a dermatologist as one of the best retinol treatments — it’s ideal for combination skin.

Photo: Iman Adhami/Dermstore/Target

Some tinted sunscreen courtesy of Frank Ocean’s mom! For more on-sale sunscreens at Dermstore, click here.

A Thom Browne clutch? In the shape of a whale? In gingham? How could we not.

$22 is a very good price for a hunter-green Alexander Wang tee.

A slouchy number from Jil Sander Navy.

These platform sandals from Spanish shoe line Lola Cruz come in a very pleasing (and versatile) shade of “brick red.” Note: These are almost sold out. Here’s another pair of lovely Lola Cruz sandals, on sale for $68.

We have a hard time resisting a dress with shoulder tie-straps.

Apparently, this “exceptionally soft” tank from ATM is made from Peruvian “featherweight fabric derived from the country’s abundant beech trees.”

A very stately brass-finish side table from Safavieh.

We somehow missed this the first time around at Everlane’s Choose What You Pay sale: A small black backpack that’s only $29.

A silk DVF wrap dress that’s a little looser and freer than your typical DVF wrap dress.

These leggings feature “a criss-cross, cut-out waist that hikes up the hips for maximum tummy control.” Note: These are sold out. Here’s another pair of Year of Ours leggings on sale for $29.

The most classic of Coach bags is (the rare) 50 percent off.

A less classic bag… in the shape of a pineapple.

Now, a whole slew of items from Anthropologie’s very excellent “summer tag sale.” First up, this lovely frock from L.A.-based line Larke. (For more summer dresses on sale, click here.)

This retro-y bathing suit from Onia comes with removable straps, so you can go the bandeau route.

And here’s an all-black one-piece from L Space adorned with some delicate buttons.

There are a lot of straw bags out there this summer; this one, from Vineet Bahl, struck us as particularly nice.

You’ll be the envy of Fort Tilden with this striped beach tent.

This right here is a very groovy palm-leaf-inspired indoor/outdoor chair — if you’d like your apartment to look a bit more ’60s-era Miami Beach.

We love a pair of high-waisted cropped jeans with just the slightest amount of flair; these AMO pants fit the bill.

An easy-breezy yellow linen dress for when it gets really hot out.

Another option for when it gets hot, hot, hot.

It’s important to have a fruit bowl that lets your fruit “breathe” (it helps them stay ripe longer). This copper-wired bowl would make an excellent summer host or hostess gift.

This (decidedly non-hideous) diaper backpack features two exterior insulated bottle pockets, a cushioned changing pad, and a very easily wipeable lining.

A very summery (and quite glamorous) throw pillow.

An indoor/outdoor hanging hammock for some indoor/outdoor lounging.

We’ll wrap things up with a $10 (yes, $10!) high-waisted skirt from Uniqlo.

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43 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy