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There were lots of excellent sales this week (DVF dresses for under $200, starter Sunday Riley, lacey underwear, Nancy Meyers-y linen bedding), and the sales just kept on coming. Below, our favorite Friday deals including some 72-percent-off jeans, half-off Wolford tights, and a whole bunch of rarely-on-sale Reformation.
This Smythson notebook makes a nice back-to-school gift for the fancy freshman in your life.
A plush, blush robe made from “cozy cotton terry.”
An $8 thong from Cosabella featuring a (very subtle) cheetah print.
Some Bill Cunningham blue cropped jeans from French Connection. (We also really like these cropped-and-flared black jeans from FC which are currently a mere $36.)
Polka-dotted pullover alert!
Got Fjallraven fatigue? Then consider this canvas backpack from Kaufmann Mercantile featuring a tan suede base and straps.
This quilted, origami-printed Isabel Marant jacket is perfect for the upcoming in-between-season weather.
These “power sculpt” leggings from Nike apparently feel like wearing “a second skin.”
It’s not quite tights weather yet, but why not stock up on some 50 percent off Wolfords.
It’s the end of swimsuit weather, to be sure, but an off-the-shoulder one-piece from Kisuii was too good pass up.
An simple oversized leather tote from Baggu that you’ll likely have for a long, long time.
An easy denim top from Madewell.
A related garment, courtesy of Splendid. (Note: All sale items at Anthro are an extra 20 percent off and discounts are applied at checkout.)
A festive bath mat that’ll spice things up in the bathroom.
These men’s Adidas sneaks were made in collaboration with Japanese line Porter-Yoshida & Co.
Just like black Dansko clogs, the French utility jacket is also part of the official Strategist editor uniform.
This shirt dress from Vince is very everyday workday appropriate. (And on sale as part of Nordstrom Rack’s Vince “flash sale” event.)
Some classic Beats wireless headphones that are currently $150 less than usual.
This 16 ounce tub of one of our favorite moisturizing creams is 55 percent off.
This colorful (stackable) “system” from Joseph Joseph includes several mixing bowls, a mesh sieve, a colander/strainer, and five measuring cups.
This men’s Patagonia jacket is called the “Houdini” because it packs up into its chest pocket. Perfect for traveling, camping, what have you.
A T-shirt. With an avocado on it!
Even if you only have a few more weeks to wear these knotted ribbon sandals … there’s always February in St. Barts!
This elegant, Moroccan-tile throw also comes in gray and light blue.
An adorable gender-neutral whale-adorned onesie from Oeuf.
This Puma jacket feels very “first day of tenth grade.” (Except paired with an actual shirt underneath it.)
And now, a slew of items from Reformation’s big sale. First up, this relaxed T-shirt in Gen-Z yellow.
It was the little sleeve ties that sold us on this one.
This looks a lot like the Dress of the Summer.
We are tempted to get this top in every color available (which, in addition to this “lipstick red” also comes in a “toffee brown” and plain white).
This tank’s straight neckline will look elegant under a cardigan come fall.
Over at La Garçonne, all sale items are an additional 20 percent off with the code 99LGAUG20. That means that these perfect Acne skinny jeans are $140. (Which is a very good price for a pair of perfect Acne skinny jeans.)
Another pair of pants — these ones from Swedish basics line Hope — for a very good price.
This LBSS (little black slip dress) from La Garçonne’s house line also comes in white and grey.
If there was ever a time to get a pair of Vetements-logo-adorned sneakers … that time would be now.
Just some tiny skull studs from Coach.
These flare-leg, patchwork jeans will look like you picked them up at an outdoor flea market in rural Massachusetts (in a good way).
You know how people buy Christmas cards in January because they’re super-duper on sale? The same can be said of smart shoppers who buy next year’s beach chairs in mid-August. (This Sunnylife squiggly chair and this stripey chair are also on sale.)
This sporty color-block tee from & Other Stories has a Courrèges-esque feel to it.
As of press time, there were only nine of these puppies left, so get this roll-top North Face backpack while you can!
For those who’ve wanted to experiment with a fouta towel.
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