10 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Everlane to Eberjey
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To make your Monday a little bit brighter, we combed through the internet’s bargain bins and found a handful of Strategist-approved stuff on sale for (mostly) under $100. The ten good deals to be had include a pair of white Adidas Stan Smiths with a flash of unexpected leopard print, the stick-on tracking devices that help Trixie Mattel remember her wallet, and a bunch of cozy things from Ganni, Eberjey, and Anthropologie that you can use right now to combat the winter doldrums.
Everlane makes some of our favorite bags for everyday, and this cheery, grab-and-go clutch seems like another we’d use a whole lot. It’s made from 100 percent Spanish leather.
Ganni Ribbed Wool-Blend Scarf
Kylie Cosmetics Kylie Holiday Lip Set
If you’ve never tried a Kylie Lip Kit before, this one seems a good place to start. It includes the brand’s classic lip liner and lipstick, plus a shiny lip gloss — all for 50 percent off.
Tile Sticker (2020)
Today, Amazon is having a sale on this four-pack of app-controlled Tile trackers that help forgetful people, including drag queen Trixie Mattel, find their belongings. The trackers are waterproof and can stick to lots of stuff, from your phone to your bike.
Frye Seth Leather Lace-Up Boot
These dark brown lace-up boots from Frye have a combat-boot feel but look slightly sleeker. At $75, instead of their usual $228, they’re also a really good deal.
Anthropologie Lia Hacci Kimono
Adidas Originals Leopard Print Stan Smith Sneakers in White and Maroon
You could argue that Stan Smiths launched the white sneaker renaissance, and this pair comes with subtle maroon leopard detailing.
Eagle Creek 22″ Blue Cargo Hauler Duffel
This duffel from Eagle Creek folds down into a compact cube for easier storage and packing (in case you want to stash it in another suitcase to make room for extra souvenirs).
West Elm Belgian Flax Linen Ikat Stripe Duvet Cover & Shams
Interior designer Liz Lipkin called these Belgian-linen duvet covers “an affordable luxury,” and today, this striped version is even more affordable at nearly half-off.