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47 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Longchamp to Dior

Photo: Courtesy of the retailers

The crazy post-Thanksgiving sales may be over, but we’re just gearing up for high gifting season now — lots of retailers have put a huge selection of things on sale, from KitchenAids at Macy’s to 15 days of deals at Uniqlo. Today only, if you spend $50 at Zappos, too, you’ll earn a $20 gift credit to be used on a later purchase (not quite a sale, but a nice offer nonetheless). All that, plus Everlane goodies, Coach wallets, Madewell scarves, J.Crew sweaters, and even an Isabel Marant ring for $29.

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We’re big fans of the mockneck around here — the sophistication of a turtleneck with none of the itch — and especially like the vibrant color on this Everlane mockneck T-shirt.

A classic weekend bag for a reason — durable, feather-light, and unassuming. These are already selling out fast, but it comes in a few other sizes, too.

A cozy cashmere sweater that can be a wardrobe workhorse through the holiday season and long beyond.

One of our favorite water bottles — the one that kept a vodka-soda ice-cold at the beach for hours — is on sale for just a few hours.

$47

The comfort of wearing a ratty college T-shirt to bed, only you wouldn’t be embarrassed to be caught in it.

A very-on-sale pair of black leather chukkas for when it’s cold but not snowing.

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What’s so cool about this scarf is that the two tones run at a diagonal, so when you’re wearing it, the shades look more like a blend than a stripe.

We’ve already named this a great cheap stocking stuffer from an expensive brand, and it’s actually on sale, too.

$67

If a pair of Chuck Taylors spent junior year in Paris, they’d come back looking like this.

Sorel Caribou Boot
$90

A very heavy-duty pair of snow boots for the grossest New York days.

Because cookie season has already begun — or get it as a less-expensive-than-it-looks gift for the baker in your life.

Some tapered but not too skinny jeans that editors go nuts over.