friday sales

43 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy (Much of Which Will Arrive in Time)

Photo: Courtesy of the retailers

You may have noticed some posts from our friends at the Strategist on the Cut. They’ll be dropping in every now and again, sharing their expertise on the basics you don’t have time to research and the weird and wonderful things you don’t yet know you need.

For last-minute shoppers who would rather not spend an arm and a leg on loved ones (or those whom you feel obligated to get gifts for), look no further: We rounded up the best giftable deals out there on the internet that, for the most part, will arrive in time for Christmas. Do double-check the shipping situations for each of these, as they are likely to change throughout the day and over the weekend.

An actually elegant-looking TV that’s $400 cheaper than usual.

We like the Thom Browne–esque toggle in the back.

It’s sort of hard to see in this photo, but this robe is adorned with tiny white dots.

Eberjey Heather Cropped Pant
$35
$35

This is a very good price for some butter-soft Eberjey house pants. They’re on sale in “dusty grape” too. (Also, the Dusty Grapes is our new band name.)

These sateen pj’s are giving us real Darien, Connecticut, vibes.

UGG Alicia Slides
$60

These shearling UGG flip-flops are so nuts that we couldn’t not include them. Also: They kind of make great house shoes? One reviewer put it best: “It’s so ugly it’s pretty, and very on point right now.”

If there’s anyone on your list about to go on a trip, this packable phone pouch will come across as a thoughtful gift.

She will never know that this wallet (that has a chain so it can be worn as a cross-body) was 80 percent off.

This floral weekender, made from Orla Kiely’s signature PVC laminated polyester fabric, also comes in red.

A perfectly worn-in-looking Vince tee.

There’s also a full-zip version of this North Face sweater on sale.

$25
Photo: East Dane

If you’re truly stumped, there are few fellas out there who’d turn down a pair of Filson knit gloves.

Also pretty failproof: a nubby felt laptop sleeve that looks like it cost more than 10 bucks.