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.
This week’s deep dive into the internet’s sales bins includes something for everyone: from a dainty white T-shirt, to a discounted Woolrich parka, to a funky $149 chair for the living room, to a man-bun kit.
Now’s the time to get next year’s winter coat. Why, you ask? This incredibly warm (and rarely on sale) Woolrich Arctic Parka is 30 percent off.
A very good price for a combo blender, juicer, smoothie-maker, and grinder.
In addition to cheap winter jackets, now’s a very good time to buy discounted cashmere (especially because you still have a couple more months to wear it). This cashmere turtleneck sweater from Neiman Marcus is a cousin of our fashion director’s all-time favorite cashmere sweater.
A white button-down from Mara Hoffman with a little twist (literally).
This geometric cotton quilt could work on a bed or as a throw blanket.
This fancy schmancy Bugaboo stroller is a little bit cheaper ($150 cheaper to be exact) than usual.
A friend of ours was just bemoaning the fact that fancy, actually nice-smelling candles are almost never on sale. However! This C.O. Bigelow candle in lavender peppermint is an exception.
If the other day’s slush-storm made you decide once and for all to invest in a pair of rain boots, here are some very inoffensive (and cheap) Hunter lace-ups. Note: these are technically for men, but there are a bunch of small sizes available, so women size 8 1/2 and up are in luck.
One of our favorite yoga mats, from Manduka, is 41 percent off.
As part of Design Within Reach’s big semi-annual sale, classy basics, like this extremely nice laundry hamper are discounted.
Pair them with this divine white T-shirt from the T-shirt magicians over at RE/DONE.
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