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32 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Carhartt to Pac-Man

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As we finish off another week of social distancing, we found a bunch of things on sale to help make the foreseeable future a bit more pleasant — like a root touch-up spray to tide you over until salons reopen, a tabletop air hockey set to keep kids (and adults) entertained, and several pairs of stretchy work-from-home pants that you might even be able to wear to the office when that time finally comes.

dpHUE Color Touch-Up Spray
$21
$21

This easy-to-use root cover-up comes in black, brown, platinum blonde, even red, for just about any dye job. And at 25 percent off, it’s probably worth stocking up on a couple.

$15

The spring sale at Nordstrom is still going strong, with lots of our favorite brands up to 60 percent off, like this not-too-fussy Natori underwear.

Ease back into bra-wearing with this wireless yet supportive option from Chantelle.

Rarely-on-sale leggings from eco-friendly and minimalist Girlfriend Collective, which we recently named among the best plus-size workout clothes, are also 25 percent off.

Lean into some light workwear for your next work-from-home fit with this Carhartt hoodie.

Or, if you’ve been avoiding going to the laundromat and need a restock on the essentials, here’s a three-pack of some classic, Marky Mark–approved Calvin Klein boxer briefs.

$22

A very Kindercore puffer for an actual toddler.

$18

And some dino-pattered rain boots for their next backyard adventure.

$9

This surface cleaner won’t sanitize surfaces, but with notes of bergamot, thyme, eucaluptus, lavender, and ylang-ylang, it’s a nice olfactory break from lemony Lysol when you’re just trying to get grease off the stove.

$165

We’re longtime fans of Dusen Dusen’s graphic linens, so it’s a fun surprise to find this colorful, spring-y duvet set on sale.

If you’ve realized that maybe it’s time to cut back on coffee consumption without fully giving up caffeine, here’s a lovely set that comes with Japanese green tea leaves and a glass brewing mug.

These Issey Miyake pants still aren’t cheap, even if they’re on sale, but these elastic pleated pants will be just as comfortable as your pajamas but feel much fancier. Plus, they’re machine-washable.