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35 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Lanvin to Common Projects

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Like most of us, you may be heading into work this week, but there’s no reason to feel too bummed about it, because with the new year comes new sales. This week, we have lots of goodies from Moda Operandi (even further reductions), Saks Fifth Avenue (good cashmere!), and Mr Porter (not a whole lot of sizes in clothes, but good accessories). All that, plus Common Projects and Veja sneakers, Google Home minis, Adidas slides, and even Red Wing boots at the cheapest we’ve ever seen them.

Re/Done is known for refashioned takes on vintage Levi’s denim, but the brand makes brand-new vintage-inspired clothes as well, like this relaxed-fit T-shirt.

Cut beauty director Kathleen Hou says this body cream smells like a Chinese almond cookie, which is good enough for us.

The classic good looks of the Common Projects Achilles sneaker, in a monochromatic black suede.

The navy piping and casual fit on this pajama set have a Roman Holiday vibe.

The perfect little stuffed toy to keep a little one quiet in the backseat.

It doesn’t need to be summer for you to enjoy these — they’re our favorite for padding around the apartment.

A North Face coat that doesn’t scream, “I’m headed out into the tundra.”

Have you heard? Rugby shirts are back, but if you’re not ready to dip into the style with a $350 shirt, try one for $35.

Right now, Journelle is having a huge semi-annual sale on its site, with discounts on Natori, Kiki de Montparnasse, and of course, Journelle underwear itself.

Walk by this little thing, and it sets off bird chirping sounds — the original bird box!

This slightly oversized rain jacket comes in a bunch of colors, but we’re partial to the burgundy.

If you’ve been wondering about the smart-home hype, the super-low price on this Google Home Mini makes this as good a time as any to give it a go.

A cropped version of the teddy coat that’s an easy introduction for novice (faux) fur wearers.

The fabric on this overshirt is cotton and tencel, which gives it a bit of stretch and its drape-y quality.

Did you know Uggs could look so elegant? (They’re satin.)

We own these wireless headphones ourselves and have to say we enjoy using them more and more every day.

This is a great deal on a very sophisticated little cashmere beanie.

Just imagine this burning by the bathtub while you’re reading There There.

A thin-gauge cashmere sweater that’s ideal for layering or even just wearing on its own.

We love the deep red (almost wine-colored) suede on these sneakers.

There’s something slightly absurd about this oversized scarf, but also something incredibly useful: Put on the simplest non-outfit, wrap the scarf around your neck, and you’re done.

By now you’ve heard that there’s a big Dermstore new year sale happening, but if you take away just one thing, we’d suggest this holy grail of snail products, which gives instant glow.

A stripped-down card case that has the most interesting textural lizard-skin detail.

This is quite the incredible deal on a pair of high-ankled slippers (they’re meant for indoors only, in case you were wondering).

Alert: We have never seen Red Wing boots (the expert-consensus favorite) this cheap. They’re almost the same price as factory seconds. Move fast!

A multi-tonal shoulder bag that’s practically an art piece.

We love that this zipped cardholder (which comes with slots on the other side) would fit perfectly in a jacket pocket.

The tasteful camper’s favorite, Snow Peak makes elegant stacking mugs that you’d want to break out at home.

A very understated pair of rainproof black Chelsea boots that you could even get away with wearing with a suit.

Did you know Madewell makes men’s clothes now, too? This slim-fit T-shirt would be a nice introduction to the brand.

Another elegant work tote that could hold sneakers and a change of clothes for the gym.

If you know a bike commuter, consider this a useful gift.

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35 Things on Sale, From Lanvin to Common Projects