Today’s assortment of deals from the internet sales-o-sphere includes Nikes for either trail running or fashion, a couple of expert-approved kitchen items, and lots of floral print to properly usher in springtime.
Add a touch of the Finnish countryside to your space with this cheery, floral-printed duvet set from Marimekko, which recommended by interior designers.
Lots of accessories and clothing for transitional, springtime weather is on sale at Backcountry, like this scarlet-toned sweatshirt, which you could wear from yoga class (courtesy of Sky Ting TV) to (Zoom) brunch.
For the guys who’ve gotten into trail running during quarantine, here’s an under-$100 pair of Nikes built for the great outdoors (or the trails of Prospect Park).
Tens of thousands of items are now up to 60 percent off at Nordstrom’s clearance sale, including this black, floral-printed Free People dress that’s perfect for getting all dressed up with nowhere to go (for now).
A deeply discounted and celebrity-beloved henley, which one stylist describes as “body-conscious, but still relaxed, so it’s rugged and masculine at the same time.”
Chris Black says Nike is the place to start if you’re feel nostalgic for old-school workout gear, like these “habanero red” ’70s-reissue basketball sneakers (which are also available for the same price in “racer blue”).
When we consulted 25 experts about the best chef’s knife, the Global G-2 reigned supreme for its ultralight (but extremely sturdy) feel and samurai-inspired look. Right now the six-, eight-, and eleven-inch knife is on sale at Sur La Table. (And while you’re at home cooking more than usual, a sharp knife is known to prevent kitchen injuries.)
Writer Alison Freer is known to compulsively buy reusable food storage bags, and her most-used bag is this sandwich-sized pick from Stasher, which she uses to store leftover green beans and sliced cheese alike.
There’s a 25 percent sale-on-sale at Anthropologie right now, with discounts added automatically in your cart on over one thousand items, including this breezy, striped button-down that you could wear on a Zoom meeting or a socially distant trip to the beach.
Whenever Tavi Gavinson needs to refresh her mind she spritzes her face with some of this Mario Badescu aloe, herbs, and rosewater spray, which serves as an “reset button during a tedious, overwhelming, or high concentration day.” (Sound familiar?)
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