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20 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Lululemon to Instant Pot

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Even though the weather is still hot and humid and hazy, this Friday’s deep dive through the internet’s sales bins is a reminder that fall is right around the corner. We found discounts on a bunch of in-season picks, including cozy-looking joggers, flannel sheets, a lightweight-but-warm down jacket, and a cult-y Instant Pot that’s the cheapest we’ve ever seen. (And if you want more sales coverage throughout the week, sign up for our email newsletter.)

Let’s start with this not-too-cutesy pair of pink joggers, despite the embroidered hearts.

Here’s a versatile, and easy-to-keep-clean, quilted tote from Marc Jacobs that’s practical for running errands but still looks nice enough to bring to the office.

Pair that firepit or backyard movie night with this sturdy lounger for the ultimate fall evening setup.

As you switch over from sandals to boots, you might be realizing that you need some new socks — and these colorful Smartwool crew socks, made of merino wool, are lightweight yet warm.

This classic black, ribbed turtleneck is available from XXS to 3X — and it’s 20 percent off, as part of Anthropologie’s sale on fall tops, sweaters, and jackets.

These wide-legged joggers from Lululemon are comfortable enough to wear while working from home — and are stylish enough that you could wear them to the office (when the time comes).

As we wrote in our list of best things to buy at Lululemon, this long-sleeve crewneck has “silver threads to reduce odor, in addition to being breathable and moisture-wicking.”

This large, waterproof duffel bag is just the right size for your next weekend trip. (And if you don’t like this gray-and-taupe colorway, it’s also available in navy, teal, red, and all black.)

This jacket is filled with responsibly sourced down, and though it looks puffy, it’ll pack down into basically nothing and keep you warm in any winter storm.

Macy’s is in the midst of a four-day-long sale on home goods, like these flannel sheets from Laura Ashley, with a not-too-delicate, floral toile print.