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18 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Everlane to Eberjey

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In this end-of-week sweep of the internet’s sales bins, we found lots of things for summer entertaining and keeping cool, including sandals and lightweight linen and even an air conditioner. (If you want even more deals sent straight to your inbox, sign up for our email newsletter.)

Everlane Smock Tee
$24
$24

Everlane makes some of our favorite white T-shirts, and this one has some delicate ruched detailing around the neckline.

$58

This cotton-twill backpack has two side slip pockets for easy access to a water bottle and sunglasses for beach trips now — and a padded laptop pocket for your return to the office this fall.

If you’re itching to throw a party, check out Anthropologie, which is taking 20 percent off dozens of summer entertaining essentials — like this colorful and very portable Backgammon set for your next outdoor hangout.

These hard-to-break melamine plates are a reusable — and actually nice-looking — alternative to disposable paper or plastic ones.

$34

We also spotted this charming Grecian bust–slash–planter in Anthropologie’s sales section and couldn’t help ourselves.

$27 for 3

If your kids’ face masks are looking a little worse for wear after months of constant wear, here’s a three-pack of chambray masks from Hedley & Bennett (which makes some of our favorite masks for adults, too).

This butterfly garden set — featured in our gift guide for 2-year-olds — comes with 10 live caterpillars, so you and your kid can watch them transform into butterflies right before your eyes.

Because there’s no reason to settle for boring Pyrex when you can have Baby Yoda–themed Pyrex (which would probably impress some kids at their next playdate).

$25 at Macy's
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$60

Some simple, not-too-strappy espadrilles made of cream suede.

$50

These metallic sandals from Geox — yes, Geox, the brand from the ’90s and early 2000s with the perforated soles to help prevent sweating — are vaguely Marni-esque.

Father’s Day is just about a month away, and this lightweight, supersoft sweatshirt from Tommy John would make a near-foolproof gift for dad (and is sure to arrive by June 20).

A nice-looking, under-$100 fire pit so you can make s’mores without leaving your backyard.

These ceramic canisters are meant for the kitchen, but they could also look nice in the bathroom to hold cotton balls and swabs, or even on your desk to corral paper clips and keys and other odds and ends.

$94

Eberjey’s pajamas are some of our all-time favorites, so even though these paper-bag-style pants are meant to be worn out of the house, we imagine they’re plenty comfortable for lounging, too.