Columbus Day may be over, but there are still plenty of sales to be had. We went and found lots of home and kitchen goods this week, including things from Cuisinart, Dyson, Lacoste, and Black & Decker. That, plus clothes from Saturdays, Everlane, Madewell, and Uniqlo. Don’t forget that today is the very last day of the big Dermstore sale, too.
How cool is the styling on this maxi dress? We’d want to wear it just the same, with some Adidas slides and a messily tied neckerchief.
We’d even wear this T-shirt with a black skirt for a bit of a high-low look.
There’s something just a little bit vintage and off-kilter about this denim dress, which is exactly why we like it.
If you’re looking to make the leap to AirPods, they’re a slight bit cheaper at Walmart than they are at Apple.
Two watches in one — whenever you get bored of the metal link bracelet, swap it out for the leather straps.
This longish-sleeved T-shirt almost has a Yeezy feel to it.
While this one’s slightly more classic.
A totally elegant pair of heels that makes date night that much more special.
These, on the other hand, are a bit more va-va-voom.
We actually do own this candle and burn it in the guest room — it burns low and slow, and the Lafco glass jars have the nicest weight.
Sweatpants season is officially here, and few fabrics feel as nice against the skin as this fleece.
A fancy food processor that holds 11 cups’ worth of food, now a third off.
Sanaa Lathan is obsessed with Anthony Thomas Melillo shirts, as are many people who fall in love with the flattering cuts and supersoft fabric.
Harry Potter glasses never looked so good for so cheap.
More from the Urban Outfitters beauty sale — some very popular Mario Badescu drying lotion.
When you’re hype but also designer.
A very professional-looking mule that also has an Earth Mother vibe to it.
We first learned about Ohii, Urban Outfitters’ exclusive beauty brand, when Rio called it her new favorite brand. She says, “I absolutely love all of these lipsticks. They go on super liquid-y, so my advice is to only dip the brush into the product once, otherwise it’ll be too runny. You can also just pat it onto your lips with your finger and it’ll give you a less severe lip line. The super-matte, but not drying, formula is everything. Seriously, I’ve been stopped on the street more than once by strangers asking what lipstick I’m wearing when I’ve worn this product. The bright red is a total Ruby Woo competitor, and I also adore the berry shade when I want a pinker look.”
Of this glass powder, Rio says, “What makes a good setting powder? For me, it needs to let my makeup stay put all day, give me a soft, velvety finish without drying my skin out, and get rid of the perpetual spotlight on my forehead. This powder is totally dreamy and does all of the above.”
You’ve seen the YouTube videos of people peeling off their Boscia masks — now you can do it for seven bucks cheaper.
A “comfy as all get-out” dress that looks like a superlong T-shirt.
We love how this cross-body bag looks like it’s been dip-dyed.
The flowy and cropped legs of the pants on this jumpsuit make it flattering rather than lazy.
Who can resist a festive little polka-dot pattern?
A stripy wool scarf that warms your neck while zhuzhing up the outfit.
There’s something a little sporty and ’70s about the contrast collar on this ringer tee.
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