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9 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out: From Lululemon to UGGs

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This week’s edition of Don’t Dillydally — our weekly, curated look at the new launches worth getting excited about — includes some start-up rugs, a sleeping bag coat, fashion athleisure, and a pubic hair spray.

Flamingo’s “Mons Mist”

Flamingo, the women’s shaving start-up helmed by Harry’s, just launched a “conditioning spray for pubic hair and skin that hydrates and nourishes at every stage of growth.”

A Back-in-Stock Glossier Hat

Thanks to the cool cats at Hypebae for alerting us to the fact that there’s some Glossier merch back in stock, including this understated hat.

Burrow’s Rugs

Flatpack sofa start-up Burrow (which we deemed the “designiest” of the batch we tested) just came out with a line of reasonably priced rugs created in partnership with 100-year-old weaving houses in India.

Urban Outfitters’ UGGs

It’s UGGs season! And Urban Outfitters has collaborated with ‘em on an exclusive pair of lavender shorties.

Lululemon x Roksanda

A much more Fashion-y collaboration than Lululemon’s usual fare. And we’re into it.

Everlane’s ReDown Sleeping Bag Puffer

A big guy for when things get very cold.

Net-a-Porter’s Korean Collective

Net-a-Porter’s new Korean Collective, which actually launched last week, is a range of clothes and accessories from emerging South Korean designers. This neon-green turtleneck sweater is quite wonderful.

Sofía Vergara’s Holiday Collection at Walmart

Ms. Vergara’s latest (size-inclusive) collection for Walmart includes festive, inexpensive pieces, including these leopard-print high-waist jeans.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

9 Things That’ll Almost Definitely Sell Out