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11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Nespresso to Natori

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For today’s sweep of the internet’s best sales, we’ve come across a couple solid denim deals — like over half-off Reformation jeans and a jaunty tote from Baggu — along with reader-approved Natori underwear, an elegant throw pillow from Drew Barrymore’s Flower Home décor line, and a packable men’s puffer from Patagonia.

Slightly puffed sleeves and neck-high buttons add some flair to this classic denim shirtdress. (For Madewell Insiders this dress is an additional 15 percent off right now — that’s an $89 price tag.)

The VertuoPlus is one of Nespresso’s narrower machines, so it won’t take up too much counter space in a small kitchen, but it can make both espresso and coffee. It’s one of a few Nespresso starter-packs that are on sale today at Amazon, pods included.

A cordless, waterproof manscaping tool that can be used on wet or dry skin and comes with three trimmer attachments — for just $40.

Good American The Ruched Cami
$75
$75

A satiny going-out top fit for a Kardashian from size-inclusive brand Good American.

These high-waist, wide-leg jeans from Reformation could be worn with ankle boots now or clogs once the weather warms up.

Cotton briefs so nice that they’re the underwear of choice for the woman who wrote the book on underwear (and a perennial favorite among Strategist readers).

This under-$200 puffer from Patagonia offers some serious goose-filled warmth and packs down into its own pocket.

Medium Baggu Denim
$21
$21

We’ve seen this Baggu tote bag in nylon, leather, even metallic-coated — but this is our first time coming across an (on-sale) denim version.

If you’ve been tempted to dip a toe into the toddlercore trend, here’s a color-blocked Herschel Supply Co. belt bag for just $13.

We’re adding this palm-patterned throw pillow to the list of cheap but expensive-looking apartment accents we’ve found from Drew Barrymore’s (surprisingly tasteful) home-décor line for Walmart.

There’s a bunch of furniture and desk accessories from Good Thing on deep discount at West Elm (which acquired the Brooklyn-based design brand earlier this year), including these wooden side tables with delicate, mother-of-pearl detailing.

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