You may have noticed some posts from our friends at the Strategist on the Cut. They’ll be dropping in every now and again, sharing their expertise on the basics you don’t have time to research and the weird and wonderful things you don’t yet know you need.
A bunch of the sales we covered this week are still ongoing — the Dermstore skin-care sale, the H&M overstock sale — but in the meantime, here are our picks for the best of the rest of the internet’s sales bins. Highlights? A polka-dotted Kate Spade bag, Adriana Lima’s favorite suitcase, and a whole bunch of striped shirts.
This classic black canvas tote (with leather straps) comes courtesy of New York–based brother-brother designers Haerfest. It’d make a great work bag.
For a mere $59, this Ralph Lauren throw blanket (shown at the foot of the bed) will help your bedroom look a little bit more like this one.
A perfect crisp, white work shirt from COS.
$35 is a very good price for this fun Adidas backpack.
If you have any spring or summer weddings on the horizon, this lacy floral skirt and top set from French Connection is a lovely option.
These cropped yoga leggings (just in time for spring) are made with sweat-wicking “Nulu” fabric.
Can’t go wrong with a three-pack of Hanky Panky thongs.
This well-reviewed bread-maker (it has over 1,000 reviews on Walmart) comes with a handy gluten-free setting.
It’s hard to get excited about storage baskets, but these ones are really nice!
We noted the other day that there are a lot of surprisingly nice accent chairs on sale at Walmart; turns out, there are a lot of surprisingly nice bureaus on sale there, too.
It’s about time to swap out your flannel pj’s for these shorties from Eberjey.
Tops by Kule, makers of Leandra Medine’s go-to striped tees, are 25 percent off right now at Neiman Marcus.
We noticed that Leandra wore this Kule sweater the other day and very much coveted it.
Just a simple vintage-style pima-cotton white men’s tee.
Another wardrobe staple: a dark-navy V-neck from Theory.
This True & Co. front-closure bra is apparently beloved by pregnant ladies.
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