A lot of autumnal wares in this edition of our Friday Sales roundup, including multiple coats and jackets, a $50 cashmere sweater, some suede heels, and an ACNE scarf.
A 56 percent off soft and simple jumpsuit from Eileen Fisher.
A pop of color in the form of an Eileen Fisher long-sleeved tee made from organic cotton.
We like the black cuffs of this open-front leopard-print cardigan-jacket.
A baby-sized North Face anorak for these crisp fall days.
There’s something very chic (in a sort of jolie laide way) about some classic gray New Balances.
Most of the bags we wrote about from the Urban Outfitters sale are sold out. But there’s a ton of great stuff left at UO including this Calvin Klein bralette (that’s also available in red-and-white stripes, and bright pink).
Even though it’s not quite the season for these, you rarely see Swedish Hasbeens clogs this cheap (and they’ll still be in style next year).
A decidedly in-season pair of suede heels from Soludos.
Becky111 put it well: “Great piece for the Change of Season Dressing. It takes the chill off and looks chic.”
You can’t see it here, but the straps crisscross in the back.
Another rug from Drew Barrymore’s kids’ line is on sale this week.
Believe it or not, this is a good price for an ACNE scarf — which, incidentally, would make a really nice gift for a Fashion Person in your life.
For those looking to stock up on underwear … it works out to about 9 bucks a pop.
These Everlane jeans are stretchy and made from Japanese denim that won’t bunch up.
$50 for an Everlane cashmere sweater is quite a good deal.
There’s always a Barbour jacket or two on sale, but it’s rare to see a waxed Barbour jacket this discounted.
A Japanese-made chore coat from Los Angeles boutique Union.
We’re not sure why this lightweight elegant overcoat is 70 percent off (right smack in the middle of lightweight elegant overcoat season), but we’re just going to roll with it.
This zipper-y bag can be worn as around the waist, as a cross-body, or flung over the shoulder.
A very sleek windbreaker from Need Supply’s house line.