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34 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Patagonia to Vans

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For today’s sales roundup we gathered together a mix of deals on summer-y products (bathing suits, weekenders, T-shirts, clog sandals) as well as more fall-appropriate wares (a tea kettle, a down vest, a lunchbox, and a bunch of backpacks).

Because, really, before you know it, it will be “down Patagonia vest” season …

Some everyday Madewell underwear made from “unbelievably soft fabric.” (For more from Nordstrom’s almost-over anniversary sale, click here.)

A mock-neck summer dress that will last you through the fall.

We’re big fans of the Laundress’s various detergents (particularly the Wool & Cashmere Shampoo), and you can get this handy four-pack of the brand’s best sellers for 18 percent off. (It makes a nice host or hostess gift.)

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Speaking of sets, this stripy Baggu is one of three you’ll get in this handy “triple set.” (That’s eight bucks a bag, as opposed to the standard ten.) And for more on-sale stripy Baggus, click here.

An elegant Marni skirt for nearly 80 percent off.

It’d actually look great paired with these Sonia Rykiel clog sandals.

Yoox is under-selling itself here; these high-waisted, muscle-sculpting LNDR leggings were originally $150, not $130.

We sort of overlooked Everlane’s backpack selection when its Choose What You Pay sale debuted, but now, with back to school fast approaching, we took a second look. This one has a handy padded laptop sleeve and handsome leather detailing. It also comes in gray.

Let us not forget that it’s still beach season, and this Solid & Striped one-piece is a nice 30 percent off.

As it so happens, our favorite electric tea kettle from San Francisco start-up Stagg, which features a built-in brew-range thermometer, is on super-duper sale right now.

State or city flag décor is probably not our favorite kind of décor, but we do like this one from Wild Standard.

A striped blouse from Mango that looks a lot more expensive than it is.

For the little ones out there, a Stegosaurus-esque backpack. For more kids backpacks we like, click here (for boys) and here (for girls).

There are still a slew of summer weekends left, and this Hunter weekender is 40 percent off.

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A seemingly perfect pair of stretchy, ankle-hitting Levi’s 501s.

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An everyday cross-body bag with gold-tone hardware from the Stowe.

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This cheerful polka-dotted lunch box from Herschel Supply Co. is for a kid or a grown-up.

There was a big study a few weeks ago from a major pediatricians’ group that noted that plastic Tupperware should be avoided and replaced with glass. Which is why this 18-piece set from Pyrex is particularly appealing.

This stately Clare V. phone case is available in multiple iPhone sizes.

Some sporty Nike tearaway track pants for a sporty lady.

If you are a follower of these sales posts, you know that we cannot resist a pair of metallic silver sneakers.

Pair this Baserange bodysuit with some high-waisted jeans and a cardigan.

A lightweight, incredibly-soft kimono robe from Maison du Soir.

We very much like the pairing of navy canvas with a brown rubber sole.

This 100 percent cotton short-sleeve button-down shirt from Gitman Brothers Vintage will pretty much go with anything.

A daily moisturizing cream (ideal for sensitive, dry skin) from Klairs, the Rio Viera-Newton–approved vegan and cruelty-free Korean beauty line.

A racerback tank from Adidas by Stella McCartney that’s meant for yoga and cardio workouts.

This gingham makeup bag from DVF is made from durable cotton canvas and is lined with luxurious satin.

Things we like about this T-shirt: the deepness of its V, the length of its sleeves, and its ribbed-ness.

Zhuzh up the bathroom with this malachite toothbrush holder from Jonathan Adler.

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34 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy