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11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Prada to Burton

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If creditphoria is the joyous denial of buying something you can’t afford — according to the Cut’s Stella Bugbee — then today’s dive into the internet sales-o-sphere is basically the opposite: We found a bunch of usually unaffordable now deeply discounted picks from some usually expensive brands for your in-budget buying pleasure. There’s a beaded bag from Ulla Johnson and an Eberjey robe that are both $53, a $300-off zip-up from English heritage brand Belstaff, and a Chris Black–approved Prada cardholder that’s half off.

Sundry Deirdre Leggings

Anthropologie’s 25 percent off sale-on-sale is a trove of more-than-half-off finds, like these comfy and stylish sloungewear leggings from Sundry.


These paneled overalls are a fitted take on our favorite piece of utility casualwear.

Soludos Platform Ankle Boots

A cold-weather-appropriate pair of boots from the summery brand known for its espadrilles. (Don’t dillydally: At a $100 discount these shoes are selling quickly and some sizes are already limited.)

Farylrobin Evan Block Heels

Another pair of honey-toned shoes for more than half off, these with a subtle squared toe and sturdy-looking heel.

Eberjey Colette Kimono Robe

A buttery-soft robe from Eberjey that makes us want to get right back into bed this Monday morning (and would make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift).


For $300 off, this mid-weight jacket from the English heritage brand Belstaff is a really good deal.

We’re adding this cult-y French moisturizer — used by Queen B herself—to the list of (discounted) premium beauty products that are surprisingly available at Walmart.

Last night’s Oscars have us thinking about (read: missing) Lady Gaga, so here’s some sparkly lipstick from her inclusive beauty line.


Chris Black previously recommended a similar leather cardholder from Prada: “An iconic brand, an iconic logo. Plenty of room for all of your platinum credit cards.”

This deeply discounted beaded bag from Ulla Johnson’s eponymous brand will get you major street cred among a certain subset of Brooklyn women.