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22 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Lululemon to Uniqlo

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In this week’s roundup of the best sales, we found a bunch of lightweight, easy-to-throw-on blouses and dresses that will still look put-together on Zoom calls with your boss. Plus, if you’re feeling the need to do some spring cleaning (or purging), there’s a bunch of fresh bedding and towels up to 50 percent off.

We at the Strategist have been longtime fans of JW Anderson’s ongoing collaborations with Uniqlo — especially when it’s half off.

“Relaxed” and “denim” are two words you rarely find back-to-back, but these high-waisted, wide-legged, sailor-inspired pants look comfortable enough for working from home.

Strategist writer Lauren Ro just picked up a pair of yellow Crocs to wear around the house and called them “hands down my favorite quarantine purchase to date.” If you’re not quite so bold to go for the bright yellow she did, here’s a more subdued (but still comfortable) white pair.

It’s rare to find any Apple products on sale, let alone with a 25 percent discount.

Take up to 40 percent off of hundreds dresses and rompers at Urban Outfitters, including this dowdy nightgown-esque dress.

If you’ve got limited outdoor space, or maybe are nervous about having a chair leg slip through the slats of your fire escape, this collapsible camping chair sets up on a small but sturdy-looking disk.

If you’ve been avoiding the laundromat, now’s a good time to stock up on some not-too-flashy socks.

If you’ve been growing weary of your regular rotation of board games and puzzles, here’s a handheld version of Asteroids.

A handful of pieces from Outdoor Voices’ elegant capsule collection designed with St. Vincent are on sale, including this trench coat.

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We’ve been told that this Doing Things sports bra is a nice option for “athletes who run hot,” especially during medium-intensity workouts.

A hands-free, and surprisingly stylish, belt bag that’ll make it easier to keep track of all the bits and bobs you need on your next trip to the supermarket or walk around the block.

These cozy fleece high-rise leggings are designed for cold-weather runs, but with lots of pockets for snacks, they’d be nice for Netflix marathons, too.

These sweat-wicking shorts from Lululemon are actually designed for lounging around the house, not working out.

Stay hydrated with this extra-large S’well “travel” water bottle, even if you’re just traveling from the kitchen to your bedroom and back.

This supersoft, lived-in cotton shirt is also available in a stonewashed blue and a faded yellow.

If you’re looking for supersoft cotton sheets rather than a shirt, here’s a set from Upstate, made of crisp percale that they claim will get softer with every wash.

If you need a full bathroom refresh, Upstate’s full set of all-cotton bath towels are also on sale, in either navy or charcoal.

If you’ve been tackling more DIY projects and home repairs than usual, here’s a pocket-size, 17-in-1 multitool.

Madewell’s sale-on-sale is still going strong, with even more in-season picks an extra 50 percent off, including this lightweight floral tank.

Brooklinen turns six years old this month, so they’re having a site-wide 20 percent off sale — including some of our editors’ favorite linen sheets.

This bathrobe is also 20 percent off (and would make a nice Mother’s Day gift).

From $180

Augustinus Bader’s The Rich Cream has a cult following among celebrities (and their facialists) and a price tag to match. Even with a discount, it’s still a splurge, but it’s so rarely on sale that this 10 percent discount at Saks is worth a note.

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22 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Lululemon to Uniqlo