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10 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Le Creuset to Smythson

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In today’s sales roundup, we found a bunch of Father’s Day gifts that might still arrive in time before Sunday (or, at least, will be worth the wait), but there’s also lots of excellent deals to be found at Net-a-Porter and Nordstrom, if you’re looking for a little something for yourself.

This reversible handwoven blanket from Brooklyn-based design studio Bolé Road Textiles would look right at home thrown over the arm of any sofa or beach chair.

A bunch of smart gadgets from Anker — the makers of our favorite portable chargers — are on sale on Amazon. So if Dad’s phone is always out of juice, even when he’s stuck at home, here’s a portable charger that provides up to five full smartphone charges. (And, depending on where you’re shipping, can arrive as early as tomorrow.)

Net-A-Porter is offering up to 50 percent off hundreds of items, so you can snag this lightweight denim bucket hat (to prevent the dreaded mask tan) for a fraction of the price.

If dad has yet to discover the Notes app on his iPhone (or if he just enjoys the finer things in life), we think this leather-bound notebook from our favorite luxury stationery makers would make for a thoughtful last-minute Father’s Day gift.

Made from the same high-grade mulberry silk used in our favorite skin-saving pillowcases, these Slip scrunchies protect against damage caused by tugging and pulling.

For a summery wardrobe upgrade, here’s a gauzy midi skirt from Ganni in a not-too-twee checkered print for half the price.

Specially developed to use on your face, neck, and décolletage, this tan-extending serum from James Read is enriched with aloe vera and hyaluronic acid to ensure even, smooth, and bronzed skin for weeks after a trip to the beach.

While this top-rated, not-too-hot bathrobe likely won’t arrive for Dad before Sunday, its piqué-knit construction and under-$30 price tag make it well worth the wait.

We’re not ones to miss a sale on Le Creuset, like this enameled tea kettle that would be sure to add some character to any stovetop.

And finally, we found the newest version of our favorite Dyson cord-free stick vacuum (in a punchy fuchsia) for $100 off. It’s not the biggest discount, but it’s rarely on sale.

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10 Things On Sale You’ll Want: From Anker to Ganni