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33 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Levi’s to Sunday Riley

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Black Friday (whatever that means) is still technically a ways away, but the sales out there are already quite excellent. We rounded up the best discounted throw blankets, Sunday Riley gift sets, tie-dye sweatpants, winter puffers, and polka-dotted bath towels below.

Pretty much the entire home and furniture department at Anthropologie is 20 percent off right now, so we are going to take this time to highlight a few gems, like this cozy buffalo-plaid throw from Lands Downunder.

This linen duvet cover also comes in other nice muted shades, including light pink and gray.

An elegant velvet pillow adorned with leaping leopards.

$78

A classic (rarely on sale) set of six Laguiole steak knives.

From $1,199

This couch right here came in second place as one of the best couches you can buy for under $2,000. It’s sleek, nappable, and George Smith–esque.

If that weren’t enough, there’s a beauty sale at Anthropologie too — this Sunday Riley gift set features a quartet of the cult skin-care brand’s all-stars: Good Genes, C.E.O. Vitamin C Brightening Serum, Luna Sleeping Night Oil, and the Tidal Brightening Enzyme Water Cream.

$45

We’ve sung the praises of the Cooluli before, but here’s a refresher: This mini–makeup fridge is meant to keep your skin-care products from going bad, and is also for those who’d rather not have their Good Genes smell like last night’s Thai takeout.

$35

Just because winter is upon us doesn’t mean you can’t wear tie-dye.

When will we shut up about the Everlane Choose-What-You-Pay section? When there are no more $50 cashmere sweaters that’s when.

$111

In case it got lost in the shuffle, just wanted to reiterate that almost the entire Backcountry site is 20 percent off. This Patagonia duffel is Chris Black–approved.

$111 at Backcountry
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with code: TAKE20WINTER

It’s expensive … but when we asked hikers, stylists, and retail experts about the best rain jackets for men, the Beta AR from rarely-on-sale Arc’teryx came highly regarded for its versatility.

This logo-free down jacket from Patagonia will come in handy very soon.