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11 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Apple to J.Crew

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Winter isn’t over yet, but you wouldn’t know it from the look of today’s sales bins: We found a spring-ready and “insanely flattering” off-the-shoulder top, some mid-century-inspired pieces for your living room, and a pair of Y2K-inspired sunglasses.

J.Crew is taking an extra 30 percent off select sale items with code SHOPSALE, including this ruched puff-sleeve top. Reviewers note it runs a little small, but after sizing up, it’s “insanely flattering,” one writes.

Because it has a removable shoulder strap, this soft leather crossbody (on sale in both brown and black) converts into a clutch or makeup bag.

I found several pieces from design-y jewelry brand Maria Black in Nordstrom’s sale section, including these silver chain hoops. They’re sold individually, but spending $40 for a pair — made from genuine 925 sterling silver — is still an excellent deal.

A cotton onesie (designed by contemporary artist Cristina Martinez) for a budding Picasso.

With removable ramen noodles that can easily hide treats, this little dog toy works similarly to a snuffle mat.

These cotton crew socks from No Nonsense are a favorite of mine for their breathable mesh tops and padded bottoms. (They also, rather delightfully, read “No Nonsense” across the toes.) At $15 for nine pairs, they’re now just 83 cents per sock.

Reviewers say the curved back and included cushions make this under-$150 accent chair comfortable enough to sit in while working from home.

You won’t have to remove this silicone Apple iPhone case to use your MagSafe charger or battery pack. It’s now seriously discounted in coral pink, plum, and the navy shown.

It’s also not every day we find a mid-century modern-inspired floor lamp for just $50.

Spotted in SSENSE’s reliably good sales section, these Y2K-ish cat-eye sunglasses offer 100 percent UV protection and come with a hard-side leather case.

Finally, you can take 30 percent off a pair of stretchy mesh gloves from Paris-based womenswear brand Ichiyo. (We think they’re just like something Jules would wear in Euphoria.)

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11 Things on Sale You’ll Want: From Apple to J.Crew