In this week’s sales roundup, we found lots of things to help you enjoy the outdoor space you have, whether it’s a backyard or a fire escape, and to help you transition your wardrobe from winter sweatpants to warmer weather dresses and lounge-y shorts.
Madewell’s sale-on-sale is still chugging along, and somehow, the deals are better than ever: Take an extra 50 percent off already-on-sale items with the code BIGTIME. But if you see something you like — like this easy-to-throw-on, lightweight blouse — don’t dillydally, because sizes and styles are selling out quickly.
This popover shirtdress is as loose and comfortable as a nightgown, but the denim means it’s appropriate for daytime Zoom calls.
Here’s a lightweight chore coat to throw on over your sweats for your evening walks.
If you’re cooking more than ever before, and you still don’t have a Dutch oven, you’re missing out on a lot of opportunities to make hearty stews, braise large cuts of meat, even bake bread. And this one from French heritage brand Staub will last long after this pandemic is over.
We featured this cooling, perfect-for-spring duvet cover from Casper earlier this week as a Deal of the Day, but it’s still on available and still half-off.
This weekend, take 30 percent off thousands of items of clothing at Anthropologie — including this easy-to-wear (and machine-washable) jumpsuit.
The matching sweatshirt is out of stock, but we’re still charmed by these bright, tie-dye lounge shorts, especially as the weather starts to warm up.
When you’re ready to retire your Uggs for the season, swap in these comfortable-yet-supportive, monochromatic Chaco sandals. (They’re also available in blue, lavender, and gray, in case brown isn’t your color.)
Along with yoga mats and bread machines, office chairs were quick to sell out at the start of self-isolation. So if you missed that first wave, and are still missing the support of something more ergonomic than your dining room chair, here’s an in-stock and on-sale option from Wayfair.
Rio installed a hammock inside of her apartment, but if you’re lucky to have enough outdoor space, you can set this one up and also enjoy how “the gentle rock back and forth helps ease anxiety.”