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Reporting live from the internet’s sales bins: We have deals on Tory Burch dresses, groovy desk lamps, Nike Cortezes, Mother’s Day–appropriate Le Creusets, culty cleansers, stately work totes, and more.
This very powerful and well-reviewed blender comes with two on-the-go cups, so you can take your smoothie on the road.
This is one of our favorite natural cleansers, which Rio Viera-Newton says does “a great job of removing makeup, [but] it also happens to be one of the best products for getting rid of stubborn blackheads.” It’s 20 percent off as part of Dermstore’s natural-beauty sale.
Another deal we’ve already written about this week — but we thought was too good not to include — are these Swedish Hasbeens, on sale at Urban Outfitters right now.
This comfortable sports bra from Nike features “Dri-Fit” technology, so you won’t end up a sweaty mess during your workout.
Need Supply is having a 20 percent off sale where most things on the site are 20 percent off — including these festive, already-on-sale eye-shaped Lizzie Fortunato danglers.
Another goody from the Need Supply sale: one of our favorite not-terribly-expensive fancy candles from Maison Louis Marie.
These “Hotty Hot” shorts are perfect for your warm-weather runs.
There’s a sitewide sale happening over at Tory Burch where items $200 or more are an automatic 20 percent off — like this lovely spring dress inspired by designer David Hicks. (For more spring dresses on sale, click here.)
This incredibly cool desk lamp is made from paper pulp.
A simple wall clock by Braun (who happen to be makers of our favorite alarm clock).
This floral patchwork robe just went on sale (so we didn’t see it in time when we did our “robes on sale that would make great Mother’s Day gifts” post earlier this week).
A S’well water bottle in a handsome shade of inky blue.
Just a really stately, work-appropriate Rag & Bone tote that has a tuck-away-able shoulder strap.
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