Today’s midweek sweep of the internet sales bins turned up with lots of fall-ready things for your wardrobe and kitchen alike — plus a bunch of gear for enjoying the outdoors — including like a faux-leather blazer, an under-$100 three-piece cookware set, and a Strategist-favorite sunscreen.
If you’re like one of the many people trying to learn something new in quarantine, try this coding robot. A 10-year-old Mensa member and high-school student recently told us it is one of the best robots for learning coding and programming, because it gives feedback as you go.
While a return to the office doesn’t seem like it’s happening anytime soon, you can still dress like it is. This faux-leather blazer will add a pop of color to your next Zoom meeting.
Yet another great deal we located in Anthropologie’s sale, this cow-print-esque maxi skirt has a flattering cut and a comfy WFH-friendly elastic waist.
Williams Sonoma is having an up-to-75 percent off clearance sale, and we found this truly excellent deal on their always-reliable cookware.
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