This week’s deep dive into the internet’s collective sales bins includes a cozy corduroy jumpsuit, some very bold boots, a jaunty neon-green clutch, and a half-off Samsung 4K TV.
This, the second iteration of Ashley Graham’s lip kit for Revlon, appeared in a Don’t Dillydally back in April. We guess it didn’t sell out … and now it’s only $7.
Some party loafers from Everlane.
This Everlane cashmere crew neck, last we wrote about it, was $70. Now it’s been dropped ten dollars.
Some one-size-fits-most “supersoft and comfy” boy short underwear that are also available in two shades of pink.
If you have any weddings, say, on the horizon, this neon-green clutch would look very cool paired with a black dress.
We actually own this tea kettle, and like a chump paid full price for it!
Some nice cut-off sweatpants from Free People.
A va-va-voom sheath dress from Wolford.
A slick leopard-print trench coat that apparently runs small.
Amazon just rolled out a bunch of holiday deals (!) including a 23andMe kit that’s usually $100.
There’s also a Samsung TV sale afoot. This is the cheapest this 49-inch 4K Samsung TV’s ever been.
On the fashion front, there are a bunch of discounts on Amazon house brand clothes, like this seasonally appropriate sweatshirt dress.
There’s this slouchy “lived-in” T-shirt dress too.
And this Liberty London–esque cotton short-sleeve blouse.
For the fellows, there’s this handsome subtley-striped sweatshirt.
For the first time in a while, we decided to root around in the Last Call home section. We emerged with this fire-engine-red magnetic lightbulb that can stick to any magnetic surface.
It is very sad that Barneys is in trouble … but the deal on this jaquard-knit cotton sweater is not.
A bold boot indeed.
Another Camper boot, this one a little more staid (but with a cool gray chunky heel).
These high-waisted 7 jeans are apparently very comfortable — but also run a little small so might want to size up.
This sweatshirt would look nice paired with the aforementioned jeans.