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12 Things On Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Everlane to Hanky Panky

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Whether you’re looking to stay warm and cozy at home or get dressed up (even if there’s nowhere to go), there’s something for you in today’s roundup of internet sales — from a half-off Eberjey robe to a rarely on-sale leather jacket from the Arrivals.

$77

You can take 40 percent off all clothing at Anthropologie, including this pair of black denim overalls that are easy to pull on over a pajama top if you’re experiencing decision fatigue when it comes to work-from-home outfits.

If your main hobby has been making charcuterie boards over the last nine months, here are some stainless-steel cheese knives that could make a nice holiday gift for the cheese-lover in your life.

“They’re inexpensive and last forever,” Barbara Corcoran told us about Hanky Panky underwear. If orange isn’t your shade, this pair of briefs is available in either other colors.

Though Levi’s might be better known for its denim, its corduroy is nice enough to make our list of the best corduroy pants for women.

$42

Not only are these cashmere gloves lovely, they’re available in blue, pink, gray, lilac, and white — and they’re device friendly, so you can swipe in the snow.

Here’s a slim-fitting men’s Everlane shirt for looking sleek — but staying comfortable — on Zoom calls.

$60

We love Eberjey for their buttery-soft pajamas, and we found this lacy robe (that could double as a housedress) in Nordstrom Rack’s reliably good sale section.

When we asked fitness pros about the best workout leggings, Lululemon’s perennially best-selling Wunder Under leggings came up four times — and they’re 30 percent off.

For the guy who got into hiking during quarantine, here’s a half-zip that’ll be nice to layer under a puffer now and lightweight enough to throw on for a chilly spring day.

Rio uses this Skinstick from Fenty Beauty to contour, but you can also use it as concealer or a highlighter, depending on the shade. So now’s a good time to pick up a few, since they’re only $18 each.