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26 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Le Creuset to L.L. Bean

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For this week’s sales roundup, we found lots of little things to make staying at home a bit more comfortable (and maybe even more fun) — including a silk eye mask for less than $20, a sweatshirt with Barbra Streisand’s face on it, and a bright yellow Le Creuset Dutch oven that’s 40 percent off.

The spring sale at Nordstrom is still in full effect, with new arrivals coming regularly — including this retro-inspired toaster from Smeg. (You can find more deals from Nordstrom’s spring sale here.)

Fila Astrid Velour Pants

These Fila velour pants are a completely different type of retro, but now is really as good a time as any to channel your inner J.Lo.

Entireworld’s sweatsuits were called out in our roundup of the best men’s loungewear, for being stylish instead of sloppy. But if you don’t want to commit to the entire look, here’s an on-sale French terry sweatshirt from the non-boring basics brand.

This Barbra Streisand sweatshirt, from Coach’s collaboration with the famed (late) Interview magazine cover artist Richard Bernstein, is not only still in-stock at Saks Fifth Avenue, it is on sale.

If you’ve decided to get back into running, or are realizing you’re running low on comfortable clothing, try these on-sale Stella McCartney leggings. They’re made of a moisture-wicking, recycled polyester.

Eberjey Nordic Stripe Pajamas

Some more buttery soft Eberjey pajamas, this time with delicate gray stripes.

If you need to get the kids out of the house for a little bit, get them their own backyard cottage, complete with built-in doorbell and flower box.

Moda Operandi is having a (nearly) sitewide sale, and it includes new arrivals and classics, like these tortoiseshell Ray-Ban Wayfarers.


Everlane’s sitewide sale is also still on, with 25 percent off everything — including new arrivals like these leather day crossover sandals. But don’t dillydally: The deal ends tonight.

Everlane Pleated Chino

These lightweight cotton chinos certainly look like work pants, but they’re unstructured enough that you won’t feel silly wearing them in your home office (read: kitchen table).

Everlane Perform Legging

Whether you’re working out at home more, or really leaning into the “leisure” half of athleisure, these leggings will accommodate.

We’ve described this silk button-up as a more affordable dupe for our favorite blouse from Equipment, meaning it can be dressed up or down with ease (or, these days, thrown on for that last-minute Zoom call with your boss).

An all-cotton knit sweater that’s ideal for this transitional spring weather, when you still want to cozy up but don’t want to sweat through fleece or wool.