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Here’s What to Buy From Moda Operandi’s Big Designer Sale

This is quite possibly the most dangerous week for your wallet. Not only will there be plenty of Black Friday deals, but there happen to be major sales at all of the big sites like the Outnet, Net-a-Porter, and now Moda Operandi. Before you let discount goggles get the best of you, think strategically: Moda’s the place to go when you want to find something from an under-the-radar label like street-style favorites Sandy Liang or Magda Butrym. Conversely, you could also grab a flashy, straight-off-the-runway piece from the likes of Simone Rocha or Emilio Pucci.

The downside? Quantities are much more limited — there could be anywhere from one to a handful of each style, so if you see something act fast. And remember: The final price is actually 30 percent off with the EXTRA30. Scroll ahead to see some of our favorite finds.

Winter is long and unforgiving so you’ll need plenty of sweaters. This minty-green style is a nice break from the standard black, gray, and navy fare.

Sandy Liang was the most popular choice among the street-style bunch during one particularly cold New York Fashion Week. Her warm shearling coats are colorful but pricey so this is a pretty good deal.

Is it a sweater or a blanket? Doesn’t matter, it’ll keep you cozy all season long.

Looking for a well-made skirt that’ll last for years? This tweed style is the perfect one to get for all of your professional needs.

Sometimes you just want a fun dress, and this Emilio Pucci style features festive, whimsical feather touches.

An ‘80s-inspired kitten-heel boot in a rich blue shade would look great worn with slim black jeans or an A-line mini skirt.

’Tis the season for party shoes, and nothing says fun more than a sparkly, disco-ball-esque heel.

A classic, feminine white blouse is a smart staple to own. Wear it tucked into a skirt for work or with jeans on the weekends.

You might have not heard of Magda Butrym but just wait — she was popular among the street-style bunch this Fashion Week for her cool, feminine silhouettes like this ruffly red top.

With its bright sleeves and oversize buttons, this is a fun twist on a classic turtleneck.

Wear this with a high-waisted skirt or trousers for your next holiday party.

This long, dramatic pink overcoat is a big splurge, even on sale, but it will definitely be one of the most special pieces in your closet.

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Here’s What to Buy From Moda Operandi’s Big Designer Sale