Today’s sweep through the internet’s sale bins upturned lots of exceptionally good deals — several of which would make thoughtful Valentine’s Day gifts. There’s a rarely on-sale bra for boobs big and small, an adjustable kettlebell for better at-home workouts, and a makeup-melting cleansing balm for 50 percent off. (And if you’re looking for even more gift ideas, check out our Valentine’s Day gift guides.)
Now through January 28, select bras from Cuup — one of our go-to brands for boobs big and small — are just $50. If you aren’t sure where to start, the mesh Plunge Bra is a favorite of Strategist writer Chloe Anello, who wears a size 32DD. “The cups mold to your boobs and feel like you’ve barely got anything on,” she says, adding that it offers “lots of support despite how thin it feels.”
These are technically men’s boots, but I’d consider them unisex. They’ve got elasticized panels so that they easily slip on and a bold stacked rubber sole for grip. (Note the poor reviews are mainly due to a product-description error, which appears to be fixed.)
Use these nesting baskets — now just $19 a piece — for storing scarves, blankets, shoes, or even dog toys.
If heavy hallway traffic has taken a toll on your area rug, this one has a vintage-inspired print that’ll easily disguise stains. Plus, it’s woven with jute for extra durability.
Select styles for women, men, and kids are up to 70 percent off at New York–based clothing brand Kule. I’d wear these Y2K-inspired crew socks with a pair of white sneakers.
An ultracozy hood with a sweet gnome-like shape.
The brand’s classic rugby top is made in Portugal from soft, lightweight cotton.
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