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21 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Target to Tula

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While you may be ready to log off for the weekend, we’ve found plenty of internet sales to keep you browsing. Several brands, including Patagonia, J.Crew, and Anthropologie, are offering further discounts on already-on-sale items, and even more are reducing prices on seasonal picks, whether you’re preparing to bundle up or refining your skin-care routine for colder months.

Patagonia outerwear has long been a Strategist favorite for its toughness and comfort. We like this hoodie with hand-warmer pockets and heat-trapping fabric.

A classic (rarely on-sale) hoodie in a shade of blue that reminds us of Banff’s Lake Louise.

A favorite of Strategist senior editor Simone Kitchens, these are the boot version of our pick for the best wide-fit hiking shoe. It’s available in two widths, so it “has the room and does not confine your foot,” says founder Cris Hazzard.

To keep skin hydrated during winter, this cream “absorbs super quickly and makes your skin look nice and quenched without appearing greasy,” Strategist beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton says. While she was skeptical to try a new moisturizer for fear of breaking out, Viera-Newton reports this one doesn’t clog her pores.

As seen in our roundup of the best eye cream for mature skins, this treatment is a topical brightener which means your eyes will “instantly look more awake while caffeine de-puffs, hyaluronic acid plumps, and a hint of menthol gives your skin a comforting, cooling sensation,” says Strategist contributor Cheryl Kramer Kaye.

If your style inspiration this season is Fran Fine, this already-discounted leopard cardigan is an extra 50 percent off at J.Crew.

This striped button-down features a more traditional cut, so it’s roomier in the body and sleeves.

We’ve heard about the quality of Topo Designs’ bags from Strategist editors and writers, barbers, college students, and more. This handsome “daypack” is a smaller version of the brand’s signature Rover, but still features a built-in laptop sleeve and water-bottle pocket.

For the college kid who’s still moving in, this sheet set features a cheery floral Liberty print.

And if you’re looking for an extra layer, this quilt will add a touch of texture and warmth.

For late-night backyard gatherings or next month’s trick-or-treating, this lantern will light up the deck, porch, or can be carried in hand.

You might recognize this toner-serum hybrid from our guide to building a Black-owned skin-care routine. The instant-glow-giving formula “does everything from shrink pores to brighten skin,” Strategist writer Tembe Denton-Hurst says.

Viera-Newton deemed this lip paint — which Rihanna’s team calls “the perfect red” and “universally flattering” — the new Ruby Woo, but it “feels like wearing nothing at all.”

Strategist contributor Amy Larocca buys this perennially chic lip stain in bulk because “it’s not waxy, and when it fades you’re never left in that weird, half-on phase that can lead to the impression that you’re a little bit drunk.”

A bunch of games are still on sale at Amazon, like this special-edition Mrs. Maisel-themed version of a classic family board game.

So you and your roommate stop fighting over the kitchen plug-in as you both WFH.

With cinched sides and pebbled leather, this return-to-work tote from Kate Spade is 45 percent off the list price.

In our roundup of the best dining chairs, this one, which was described as “really plush” by design editor Caroline Biggs, was named the best velvet option. Plus, its dense weave makes it durable enough to withstand pet-related wear and tear.

Great Jones, maker of some of our favorite cookware, is bundling three of their top picks, including their Strategist-tested Dutch oven.

We don’t have much to say other than this is an eight-foot-tall skeleton.

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21 Things You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Target to Tula