This week’s journey into the sales sections unearthed a ton of cold-weather gear including a $58 Isabel Marant hat, a bold Adidas scarf, a bright-red puffer from Sam (the exact version above is sold out but we found a similar one), and an Acne hat for your five-year-old.
There’s something very elegant (with a little bit of edge) about this pin-striped wool coat from Mango.
A bold statement-scarf from Adidas.
A beaded tote from Sam Edelman that’s an extra 40 percent off its sale price.
This fleecy sweatshirt from Which We Want comes in a very pleasing shade of millennial mustard.
A very good Valentine’s Day gift for a fellow: This Italian-made Calvin Klein 205W39NYC brown leather cardholder. Apparently the blue smudge effect is meant to make the leather look like it’s been in contact with denim.
It’s business on the outside, party on the inside with these “Inside Out” Vans.
Field Company, which is basically Everlane but for cast-iron skillets, is having a “factory sale,” with ever-so-slightly damaged goods on sale at 30 percent off.
Some “Old Céline” sunglasses.
The keyhole closure in the back lends this black A.P.C. some real daintiness.
If you are going to spend the next few months freezing and miserable, might as well do so in a cherry-red puffer from Sam.
Wayfair is having a big lighting sale at the moment. This simple sconce would look great above the bed or the bathroom sink.
A bold and bright backpack from DVF.
These Quoddy moc-toe boots are hand-sewn in Maine and feature “Grizzly Peanut” leather uppers which are meant to “break in and age handsomely.”
Karhu, which is pretty much the New Balance of Finland, is known for its signature forefoot shoelaces, which allow for a snugger fit.
A nickel-plated brass table mirror that really feels like a work of art, courtesy of Tenfold New York.
A festive party dress if we’ve ever seen one, from cult-y British dress line Self-Portrait.
Another, slightly more “directional” offering from Self-Portrait.
A pair of black Frame jeans that feature flattering stitched seams down the front.
Some “starter” Thom Browne.