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30 Things You’ll Want to Buy at Net-a-Porter’s Huge Friends and Family Sale: From Dôen to A.P.C.

Photo: Courtesy of the retailers.

Net-a-Porter’s Friends and Family sale is upon us, which means that thousands of items on the site are now 25 percent off. We took a deep dive into the sale and found plenty of Strategist favorites, including the hoop earrings that have shown up on many a What I Can’t Live Without, the underwear that made our list of the best for women, and some rarely-on-sale pieces from brands like Dôen and A.P.C. — not to mention plenty of Vejas sneakers, which are worn by at least a dozen New York mag staffers and warranted their own post. Read on for our picks from the sale (and note that the discount is applied in cart).

Eberjey Gisele Pajamas
$90
$90

Only the most comfortable pajamas, which would make a perfect gift for your mom or sister.

These rose-gold earrings are casual enough for everyday wear, but would also dress up an outfit for going out to dinner.

Jennifer Fisher hoops are a favorite of Patrisse Cullors and Cynthia Erivo, who both said they go with just about anything.

$120

A pair of pleasingly chunky Air Max 95s.

La Ligne Candy Striped Sweater
$146
$146

A cashmere and wool blend from La Ligne for less than $150? Very rare indeed.

Some classic Adidas kicks with just a dash of ’80s influence to them.

A.P.C.’s Demi-Lune bag doesn’t often go on sale (and especially not in black).

$30 for 2

Once upon a time, a group of Strategist writers and editors placed a group order for Valet clips — now you can get some for less.

A timeless pair of black cat-eye sunglasses from Le Specs.

$30

When we asked former Maryam Nassir Zadeh retail director and buyer Carnelia Garcia about the best underwear, this velour pair was her pick.

Wolford Fishnet Tights
$49
$49

A more interesting take on fishnet — and they’re from Wolford, so you know they’ll hold up for more than a few wears.

Wolford Diamond Snake Tights
$50
$50

And if you prefer a more classic diamond-fishnet pair of tights, try these.

$59

These darker-wash jeans feel current and have a flattering front seam that looks like it would elongate the leg.

You can’t go wrong with a 100 percent cashmere scarf, especially when it’s 25 percent off.

The cozy pair of fleece pants to brighten up your working-from-home wardrobe.

Ray-Ban The Wayfarer II
$116

Another item that’s shown up on many a What I Can’t Live Without list — including stylist Kara Welch’s — Ray-Ban Wayfarers never go out of style, and this slightly rounded version gives them a softer look.

A charming striped bathing suit that you can look forward to wearing to the beach next summer.

It’s not often that Dôen goes on sale, and this dark floral dress seems surprisingly versatile: Wear it with knee-high boots in the winter and flats in the spring.

A pocketless version of the blouse one Strategist writer owns in four colors.

$180

This coat will take you through those weird 60-degree November days into next spring.

$206

Trend forecasters named this smart little tote as a very desirable gift for women this holiday season.

$506

Barbour collabs often sell out, so get this Alexa Chung one while you can, and better yet, on sale.

Just Western enough to tap into the trend, while also being the kind of boots you’ll wear for seasons to come.

$188

Some practical corduroys that would wear well at work or on the weekend.

You read that right: gold Sophie Buhai hoops for less than $150.

$38

It may be too cold for flip-flops now, but this pair, which made our list of the best flip-flops, are a practical choice for next summer.