Whether you’re planning to spend the next few weeks of autumn inside, on your couch, or heading into the great outdoors for some leaf peeping, there are plenty of discounted picks to suit your needs — including tough-looking sneakers, a warm jacket from Backcountry, and a still-on-sale, status-y jigsaw puzzle.
This personal-sized blender packs full-size power — and it even comes with a lid with a built-in handle, so you can take your smoothie to-go. Just make sure to use code VIP at checkout.
If you still haven’t found the perfect pair of headphones to drown out your noisy roommates or family members, here are a pair of bluetooth wireless earbuds that can work for 30 hours on a single charge. (Plus, they claim to be waterproof, so you can probably sweat with them on.)
Tumi’s tote bags consistently rank in our favorite bags to take to the office — and they regularly sell out, so don’t dillydally if you’re looking for a spacious-yet-packable tote for lugging around everything from groceries, to masks and hand sanitizer.
These comfortable, cotton Eileen Fisher pants are a bit more polished than your sweats, and they come in sizes 1X to 3X.
It is not a secret that the staffers of New York love their Vejas — and though we’re well-versed in many of the styles, this suede, high-top is particularly well-suited for fall.
The Fourth of July may be long-gone, but Crocs aren’t going anywhere — and these not-too-patriotic ones are majorly priced down.
Editor’s note: Sale will show up upon size selection.
Spend your fall evenings indoors with this puzzle from Piecework, our pick for the best fancy-looking, non-fusty jigsaw puzzles. (Plus, there’s still a bunch of puzzles on sale at Urban Outfitters if you’re not into this tchotchke-themed one.)
If you’re opting to spend more time outside as the weather gets colder, here’s a very Patagonia-esque, insulated jacket from Backcountry.
We don’t know if everyone will be dressing like they’re about to go skiing this winter, like they were last year, but this beanie certainly looks like something you could wear to après ski (and keep your ears toasty, too).
Or, if you’re more of a coffee drinker than a smoothie-maker, and you’re missing your morning trips to the coffee shop, here’s a Strategist-favorite at-home multitasking coffee machine at one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen it.
[Editor’s Note: This Nespresso machine is now sold out at Best Buy. But we found a couple of very similar options with Aeroccino milk frothers, though they’re slightly more expensive. Here’s another option from DeLonghi at Best Buy, for $160. And here’s one in silver at Williams Sonoma, for $138.]
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